We're introduced to Dr. Shin. He has his own way of doing things
Shin only focuses on traumas where he's needed and priortizes self-care.
Helen doesn't understand it at first until she sees him in action and he reminds her of how important it is that they take care of themelsves to save lives.
They're both on a case when patients at the hospital are experiencing the same symptoms.
Helen realizes that the morphine that they've been using was overfilled causing overdoses.
Shin is impressed by her diagnosis.
Helen also treats her patient who had an infection and sets up the patient's husband with respite care so that he gets a break and takes care of himself too.
Helen and Shin go for a stroll and a potential date together.
After bumping into a kid in the park and running test, he finds out the boy has DMD. He tries to get him into clnical studies, but Liam doesn't pass the test.
He finds another trial, but it's not as good, and they only have one shot at treatment, so the parents agree to wait.
Max breaks things off with Alice. He knows they're just pretending and he thinks it isn't fair to the kids.
Kapoor's patient's wife is hitting on him. He eventually realizes she has a tumor pressing against her pleasure center of her brain.
Lauren's mother throws her a surprise party thining it's her birthday when it isn't.
Iggy has to determine if a man is fit to carry a weapon.
The man accuses Iggy of being a bleeding heart liberal projecting his beliefs on IGgy.
Iggy tells him about his own experiences growing up with guns and eventually Brendan opens up about mistaing his wife for a robber and holding a gun to her.
But then he admits he kept the gun on her to scare her and assert his power and let her know powerless she made him feel.
Iggy tries to address his anger issues and other things at the hearing, but they only want him to answer two questoins that are worded in such a way where there's no reason to take the gun away from Brendan despite Iggy's concerns.