Collapsing On Stage - The Resident
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Nic doesn't want to share the news of her engagement just yet. She and Conrad go to a drag club showing and meet up with Ezra.

He's obsessed with a Dolly Parton drag queen. While performing she collapses onstage. They rush her to the hospital.

Bell pops up thinking it's the real Dolly Parton, and he eventually takes on the case when they discover Joseph needs surgery.

He has a condition that also led to his father's pancreatic cancer and death.

Joe doesn't want surgery if it means losing his voice and not being able to fully perform. Bell talks him into it as the two continue to bond.

Joe has the surgery and the gang visit him as he performs.

A young patient comes in with gonorrhea. Nic and Conrad notice that her "fiance' is too protective and territorial. They suspect she is being trafficked.

They separate her from him and she admits she is being trafficked. She breaks down.

When Marcus her handled tries to intervene he and Conrad get into a fight and Marcus is removed.

They send her to get some help and she reunited with her mom.

Torres calls in Dr. Brown to help with the baby. Devon catches her with an IV in her arm.

They quickly realize she's a drinker and stop her from surgery when she almost kills the baby.

They need to be talked through the process so she needs alcohol to get her functioning. They give it to her and she talks them through the surgery.

AJ encourages her to get help.

Nadine invites Devon to come work in her country at the best hospital but he declines. She leaves.

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The Resident Season 3 Episode 17 Quotes

Nadine: Devon, my father wants me to leave Atlanta and return home tomorrow. He's not just my father, he's my king. There is no decision that needs to be made.
Devon: Is this what you want?
Nadine: I can't put my own wishes before my obligation to my people.

This is way beyond even my exceptional abilities. This surgery has maybe a five percent success rate.