Okay so replace the doctors with the cops, eliminate gay character, take out Iraq/soldiers/war. There you have it ladies and gents Mercy Blue I love this show. I'm lame but I like vain TV.
A few weeks ago there was a song I asked about at the end of Season 1, Episode 8 of Mercy "I'm Not That Kind of Girl" I finally found out it was "Save Me" by Aras. I also found the song on YouTube ( The site also had the rest of the songs listed, so here they are: - "New Day I Hate" by Young Fresh Fellows (Opening Scenes - Chloe arrives at the hospital and finds the nasty poster) - "All or Nothing" by Derby (Veronica, Sonia and Chloe talk about the nasty posters. Veronica's mother asks if she's pregnant when she refuses a drink.) - "Stars" by The XX (Veronica and Mike talk in the coffee shop over lunch. Mike tells Veronica he knows about the pregnancy and wants to talk about it.) - "When You Come Back Around" by The Respectables (Veronica, Sonia and Chloe are in the bar talking about Petey and the encounter with his wife. Veronica admits to being scared that she may be pregnant and that she may not be.) - "Save Me" by Aras (At the end of the episode
Please what is the name of the song at the end of Mercy Season 1 episode 8. something about "Save me from myself" Thanks for any help.
Fall TV is back, and so is the challenge of how to watch all your beloved shows! It was fun to see what shows win your Monday Timeslots , so now let's talk the next eventful TV night: Wednesday! Add your comments below telling us what you choose to watch, record, catch later online, or have given up from your Wednesday timeslots! Wednesday at 8/7c: America's Next Top Model on The CW So You Think You Can Dance on Fox Mercy on NBC The New Adventures of Old Christine on CBS Wednesday at 9/8c: Glee on Fox Modern Family and/or Cougar Town on ABC Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC Criminal Minds on CBS Wednesday at 10/9c: Eastwick on ABC CSI: NY on CBS The Jay Leno Show on NBC South Park on Comedy Central Top Chef on Bravo
Speaking as an ex student nurse, the standard of care given to the young guy with the injured leg in the second episode was nothing short of negligent! In the extreme!!! The doctor said they had issues with his circulation and were waiting to check it was establishing ok after the accident. And yet no one bothered to check on it until the guy said it was cold and passed out???? COME ON! The student nurse would have been assigned checking his distal pulse in his ankle and on his foot at least every hour - maybe even half hour initially. She'd have had to record a visual perfusion check (good colour) of the foot visually and felt it with her hand to check for temperature (to check it was warm). It would NOT have been left covered up without being looked at or felt the way it was shown (enough time for him to comedown from his high rememberin the episode. I just HATE IT when medical dramas get something so straightforward so very wrong.
I've been going over the schedule, trying to plan out what Im most likely to watch, and I have to say, it's somewhat disappointing. I was only able to find five shows that I truly do not want to miss. 5. Past Life , Fox, is a drama series in which two detectives investigate whether what is happening to a person today, is a result of their past life. Im almost positive this one won't last long, but it intrigued me with it's Fringe Like ways. 4. Human Target , FOX, is an action/drama about a man who is private security, his goal, to keep his clients alive at all costs. Based on the DC Comic. I love the movies based on the Marvel Comics, why wouldn't I love a tv show based on them? And Mark Valley is great. 3. Sons of Tucson , FOX, is a comedy about three young boys who hire a man to play their father while he is in prison. Tyler Labine was HILARIOUS on Reaper this seems like a great show that will keep me laughing, now that The Office no longer is. 2. Mercy , NBC, is a medical drama from the POV of the nurses. Since ER 's demise I've been searching for a new medical drama, and one from the point of view of the nurses sounds just right. 1. Community , NBC, is a comedy following a group of misfits in community college. Joel McHale and Chevy Chase star in this new comedy, it's taken a long time for Chevy to come back to tv, (his recent stint on Chuck probably shocked millions) I can't wait to see him back in action. What shows are you waiting to see? If you haven't checked out what's coming, you should now, CBS and ABC have picked up more new series this year than they have in quite a long time.