Yes. Hello -- again.
Nurse Heisel became quite attached
to your mother-in-law.
That s why I asked her
to be here for this.
First of all, I want you to understand
that we consider our commitment to our patients
a sacred trust.
Having said that, it appears there may
-- and I stress may --
have been a breakdown
in our chain of care.
I can assure you
that we hold our staff
to the highest standards in the industry.
But we are
only human, after all.
Honey -- are you OK?
Nurse Heisel, why don t you step out?
I m so sorry...
We all share in your grief.
And we re hoping to alleviate
any further pain your family may suffer
by offering some
Provided you and your husband
waive any future right to litigation, of course.
Are you trying to buy us off?
Let s not get tangled1 up in legalese.
We like to think of it
as an extension of our caring.
Well, in that case --
Mr Hartley, I have a hypothetical
legal question for you.
I like to play the lottery2, and I --
Yes, I know what the odds3 are,
but I just love those scratch-offs --
Say I were to win -- I don t know,
Would the government be able to take it?
Like they took everything else?
That s what I thought.
So -- what if we won the lottery
after Carlos went to jail?
Could the government touch the money then?
And we could keep the house.
Oh no, I m just at the grocery store.
Wondering if I should buy a ticket.
Thanks a bunch, Mr Hartley.
So what time should I bring Carlos
to the D.A. s office tomorrow?
We all honor heroes
for different reasons.
Sometimes for their daring.
Sometimes for their bravery.
Sometimes for their goodness.
I love you.
But mostly we honor heroes
because at one point or another,
we all dream of being rescued.
if the right hero doesn t come along,
we just have to rescue