Kelly also found the time to roll another man, this time Pablo in the showers. When Robin tired to discuss her distant behavior with her, Kelly blew her off. Even later, last week's victim confronted her, trying to break through this wall she's building around her and the self destructive behavior she been demonstrating on GH too. I'm quite interested to see what's got Dr. Lee acting so out of character in the weeks to come.
When Epiphany confronted Stan about the labor strike he had organized and vocalized how disappointed she was in the man he'd becomes. He voiced just as much disapproval in her showing her the woman who had early been removed from the ER for not having insurance. He suspected she had pneumonia and her apartment building had been 'red tagged'. She had turned to the hospital for compassion and was given none. Epiphany insisted she had rules to follow, but Stanford countered rules could be bent and broken, but medical staff should care.
As the dust settled the striking workers returning to their jobs and the sun rose, Toussaint's words to Stanford that change can happen one degree at a time was realized as Epiphany came out and escorted the ill woman back into the emergency room, holding off her supervisor with a reminder that he was truly afraid of her. On the rooftop, Patrick and Robin met up for their usual reflection and we learned Stacy had decided against inducing her labor and was going to try to go full term. When Patrick voiced his fear, that by Robin living vicariously through her patient they would never again be the way they once were, Robin countered with 'why is that bad.'
This world is ever turning, nothing remains static and change is inevitable. How people and relationships deal with it becomes the question, and I will continue to turn in to the Night Shift hoping Dr. Drake and Dr. Scorpio come through just fine.