Bash: Can you think of anything, any symptoms or underlying medical conditions that she's been diagnosed with? Mags: Or any injuries she's sustained, even going back years? Jason: Sonja and I met when we were 18. I knew everything there was to know about her for the longest time. She was always basically healthy. Until her back pain, her addiction. I love her. And I want my wife back.
Claire: Jed. I asked you if the nausea was normal and nothing to be concerned about. You said yes. Then I asked you if the dizziness was normal, and you said yes. Now, if neither of those were true, you have to tell me right now. Because what happened last night in the trauma bay, Bash is now on the hook, a patient's life is at risk, and if it's because you are not taking care of yourself -- Dr. Bishop: Alright, Claire! Alright! I couldn't ... I couldn't see the damn monitor. It went foggy. Claire: Okay, how long has this been going on? Have symptoms been getting worse and you've just been lying about it? Dr. Bishop: No, I haven't in ... The nausea's normal. The headaches too, but this, these, lapses in vision I wasn't expecting. I haven't been lying to you. Maybe I've been lying to myself.