Carina: It’s so bad, Ben. Seeing my country like that… I had this feeling when we first learning about how northern Italy was hit with the virus that I needed to be back. That pull to fulfill my oath, you know? Ben: Yeah, look, I started my residency down in Los Angeles at UCLA, and the first day, the attending on call, said, ‘Just don’t kill anybody.’ It’s quite the nuanced speech Weber gives to the interns at Grey Sloan, but it was still effective. Even though Seattle is my home and my heart, UCLA will always be my birthplace as a physician. Carina: Italy doesn’t feel like home anymore, but seeing my country in crisis, I haven’t felt this kind of a pull to go back in so long, and it’s torture, watching a situation you can't help. Ben: If it makes you feel any better, I feel this way about this country, and I’m here.
Dixon: I just came to say if you care at all about the safety of your people, you’ll put a muzzle on Miller and try to mend some fences. Maya: Is that an official statement from PD? Dixon: Just advice from a fellow frontliner. Maya: PD should be the one mending fences. Parking tickets on a firetruck? Dixon: That’s just fun and games. A lawsuit’s a lot more hostile. That can’t be good for morale around here. Maya: Did you seriously just come here to say that? Dixon: No, I also came to say nice haircut.