On Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 14, Natalie may be in trouble when her mom's health declines, while elsewhere Dean and Charles butt heads over a delusional patient.

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Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 14 revolves around the fallout from Natalie's decision to give her mom the experimental treatment.

When Carol begins passing out, she ends up in the hospital again. She tells Will that she's taking a "blue pill" that Natalie claims is fish oil. Natalie goes to the car to get Carol's pills and takes the blue pills out and hides them.

Later, Dr. Young tells Natalie that Carol's heart appears to be improving on its own and the LVAD is interfering. Will confronts Natalie, who denies taking the pills until he tells her that this could kill her mother. Natalie confesses and almost confesses to Marcel, too, but Will calls her away. He has turned down the LVAD and Carol is fine now. The pills are working so he wants to secretly help her get more.

Meanwhile, a patient with appendicitis insists that this is all a computer simulation and that he took a red pill to get back to the real world. Charles and Dean butt heads when Dean wants a court order declaring Neal incompetent right now and Charles wants to wait. When April finds Neal unconscious with Dean, she suspects foul play.

Finally, Maggie's attempt to make Vanessa's first day at the hospital better makes everything worse.

To find out what happens, watch Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 14 online.

Episode Details

On Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 14, a group of third-year med students begin their rotation in the ED, while Natalie's mother's health declines.


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Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 14 Quotes

Neal: There's nothing you can do.
Dean: Nothing we can do? Okay.
Neal: Yeah, nothing, because...
Dean: Because? Level with me, Neal. I can take it.
Neal: None of this is real. It's all a computer simulation.

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