New Amsterdam 1×22 KILLERS

Description: New Amsterdam 01 22 Luna KILLERS
File: New Amsterdam 1x22 KILLERS.srt
Hash: ad24b20e280f3d623cea7693723e2b9e
Languages: pt, es, fr, it, de
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Previously on New Amsterdam"...

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You've been accused of form

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a non therapeutic alliance
with your patient, Avi Mantell.

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Rules exist for a reason.
And I broked them

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Now, the only thing for me to do

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is to be a different therapist.

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I was actually here to talk to Max

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about extending my leave.

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- Oh, for how long?
- Forever.

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Max?

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_

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Wow, Dora, you really are
as terrifying as Max says.

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And I'm going easy 'cause you're

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new to the role of medical director.

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Deputy medical director.
I'm only taking on Max's duties

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while he's recuperating.

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Yeah, well, you're ten minutes late

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to your first meeting,
which is a baller move

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so soon into your tenure.

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I'm on my way.

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Could you, um, message this
to Dr. Valentina Castro?

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Max's DNA?

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Please don't Jurassic Park him.

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One Max is more than I can handle.

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It's for a new treatment,
one that will get him back

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into the hospital ASAP,
so I no longer have to be...

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Sharpe, just the medical
director I was looking for.

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Deputy medical director.

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How can I help?

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Oh I, um... I need ecstasy.

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Like, the feeling of bliss?

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Like MDMA, like drugs.

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Is this a joke?

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Am I being hazed?

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No, we don't... we don't
do that anymore, right?

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Uh, no, I have a patient
who is exhibiting

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the most aggressive PTSD
I think I've ever seen.

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Kapoor and I've tried everything.

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Nothing makes a dent, so I would like you

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to sign my new treatment strategy.

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Max thoroughly approved.

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Oh-ho. Was he high at the time?

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No, but he actually made that same joke

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when he approved it, so it's cool.

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It's a good joke, I think.
Great minds, right?

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Listen, I assure you MDMA,
under the proper supervision,

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allows a patient
to confront their memories

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in a trigger-free environment...
it's amazing.

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Yeah, see you later.
It teaches them to remember

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a traumatic event instead of reliving it.