SImone: My mom died. She died when I was born, in this hospital, so I haven't been here since then. Webber: Since you were born. Simone: I haven't been here since the birth of me killed my mother somewhere in one of these rooms, which is why I was late the first day, it had nothing to do with the tornado, I had a panic attack, and then I saw the colors of the walls I've been picturing this place my whole life. When I think of my mother and the walls are beige, and I get here and they're blue, it's disorienting, disappointing. I got it wrong all this time. Webber: Well,t hey only painted the walls blue a few years ago. You got it right. Simone: Makes me feel so much better. Thank you. Thank you, Dr. Webber.
Alice isn't doing well, tumbled into a taxi driven by Bert (Travis McMahon) and Cec (Anthony Sharpe) and bleeding between the legs. They take her to the women's hospital where Dr. Mac works, so Fisher gets to ride along to see the girl suffer from \"amateurs trying to take away her troubles.\" A quick interrogation of the drivers and a trip to see Det. Robinson determines the abortionist was \"Butcher George\" Fletcher. Robinson says his hands are tied, as those who procure abortions face 10-15 years in prison for the act, so the ones who do survive the procedure won't talk.
Lydia leaves Phryne and Sasha locked in the sauna to die of heat exposure, while Bert runs to the police. Robinson isn't inclined to listen until Dot calls to corroborate Miss Fisher's in danger. These two just keep meeting in the most intimate of places, and it's only Episode 1. Still, it's nothing on his expression when he learns at episode's end that The Hon. Miss Phryne Fisher is opening a business as a Ladies' Detective. The fun has just started.
Peter is called into Romano's office with Elizabeth because he is trying to interview for an attending position at the hospital. Romano asks if he's applied anywhere else. He says he has but only as a backup. Romano gets called away so they postpone the meeting leaving a flustered Peter. Peter is working on a patient when Cleo Finch asks him if he sees anything wrong with the new batch of interns. How there isn't a black kid among them but Peter says its fine. Peter is trying to leave the hospital when Robert Romano tells him to walk with him. He goes to the bathroom and asks Peter about his loyalty. Romano says he has to be sure that Peter is going to be part of the team and that he expects his full commitment. Peter says, of course, he'll be part of the team. Romano tries to shake his hand but Peter tells him to dry them first. Peter is walking through the bay to leave but the protestors block his path so he turns around so that he can find a way around them. As he's walking back to the hospital, Weaver tells him he's not leaving anymore because there was a mass casualty. The bleachers at the football game had collapsed. Peter jumps into the fray but calls one of the med students to him. He has him go to the airport and pick up Carter. 59ce067264