When teenager Iris McBride witnesses her boyfriend, Lawrence, being shot by a member of a violent Hispanic gang, she and her family must enter WITSEC to prevent retaliation for her planned ID and testimony. Iris's arrogant father, Dr. McBride, now Dr. Morris, goes ballistic, refusing to accept his forced circumstance, making life difficult for his family and the Marshal's alike. Fed up with his new lifestyle that he feels is beneath him, he tries to make his wife choose him, and their old life, over his daughter. Overhearing her Father's plan to leave the program, leaving her in it alone, but not hearing her Mother's refusal, Iris runs away. Lily, the "Morris's" youngest daughter divulges a secret she and Iris have been keeping about the shooting that changes everything. Brandi and Raph become closer. Written by
Lynne Boris Johnston
Did You Know?
In the beginning of the episode, the youngest girl is seen playing a classical piece on the piano. Marshall responds to the piece by saying "Bach? Suite no. 3?". The piece is in fact Suite No. 1 from Bach's Cello Suites. See more
[making introductions at his free clinic where Marshall pulled strings for "Dr. Morris" to work
We opened in '79, and I'm proud to say we've been operating in the red since day one. But, with doctors like yourself donating their time, we manage to keep our doors open.
Dr. Warren McBride
Did he say "donate"?
Picked up on that, did you?