I'm Lisa Cuddy. This is my hospital.
I'm John. I shouldn't be here.
I would say I wish my best friend had come here instead of me, but I've never known a hospital to cure an addict yet. They just patch them up and send them on their way.
Since this is a private hospital, I bet they'd do even less.
Believe me, we're doing everything we can to figure this out. We'll get back on dry land soon. For now, try to take it easy. You've been out on the ocean; your electrolytes are out of whack.
I don't know what those are.
And I can't take it easy, it's impossible to sleep when the hospital is tipping about and nurses keep coming in the door to check every room. This bureaucracy isn't in aid of anything.
I've never been on a ship bigger than the North Sea ferry. I haven't been on a floating hospital, either.
Has someone gotten you a room? Do you feel dizzy? Lightheaded? You might be suffering from heatstroke. It's important to keep hydrated.
My constitution's always been bad. I had meningitis as a kid.
No, I'm not "suffering from" anything. My "wellness" is intact.
A room? I can't pay for that. I suppose you'll be wanting money.
We can take care of you. Money doesn't matter.
And if we weren't floating?
Are you really going to question the moral ambiguity of the situation? Fine. If we were on land, it'd be a different scenario. But you're here. I'm not going to run a tab.
Why be inconsistent? If you're going to turn sick people away because they don't have the money on land, why is it any different here?
It's a little hard to cash a check at sea.
Well, that makes everything alright.
We'll get you home. I promise.
Good. Because I'm sure England is missing me so much.
How much does it cost here, usually?
It depends on what you're in here for.
Do you charge more for treating the worse illness?
They generally require us to use the fancy equipment. That stuff doesn't run on fairy dust.
It ought to run on government dust.
They're different oughtn'ts.
I believe in medicine more than I believe in god, but a rabbi made more sense to me today than a doctor.
Wait: you must be an administrator. I assumed you were a doctor. You probably just run this place.
This place just gets weirder and weirder, doesn't it.