On Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 2, tensions run high when supply chain issues make it difficult to get contrast dye and the doctors must train new residents.

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Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 2 revolves around COVID-related disruptions to medical treatment.

Supply chain issues have severely limited the hospital's access to basic supplies such as contrast dye and syringes. Sharon asks everyone to remember they're all in it together, but when there is only enough dye left for one scan, Marcel and Abrams fight over it,

Sharon agrees with Abrams' assessment and awards him the last CT scan. Marcel's new resident, Kai, does an innovative procedure to get the needed test without using dye, but it nearly kills the patient. Later, when the patient awakens and thanks Marcel, Kai is angry that Marcel didn't give him credit.

Meanwhile, Choi deals with a new resident who doesn't know how to intubate a patient because he wasn't allowed hands-on education due to COVID concerns. Choi also butts heads with Archer, who insists on doing whatever it takes to save a patient with ALS even though the patient doesn't want to be intubated and is ready to die.

Finally, Maggie is uncomfortable when Ben and Grant both show up at the hospital at the same time.

To find out what happens, watch Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 2 online.

Episode Details

On Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 2, supply chain disruptions dramatically impact Med causing Crockett and Kai, a new surgical resident, to clash with other doctors.

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Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 2 Quotes

Sean: You got old.
Archer: It's been a long time.
Sean: 15 years.
Archer: I would have been here sooner, but it takes a while to get visitation. Um, ,so I spoke to your lawyer and she said something about a plea deal?
Sean: Yeah, she doesn't think we can fight this.
Archer: YOu know what, I'm gonna get you a new lawyer, someone who knows what they're doing.
Sean: It's okay. I'm cool with this.
Archer: You're cool with going to jail?
Sean: Dad, really, it's fine.
Archer: You always do this. Ever since you were a kid, you always gave up too easily.
Sean: Like the way you gave up on me?

$700 a day. Can you believe that? It's like I've been hit by a truck and they're trying to get the little bit of blood I got left.