[S1E9] But At Last Came A Knock
However, their safety was halted when the resistance charged down the street in their plough trucks. Ellie ran towards the house with Henry and Sam, occasionally turning around and shooting at the lead truck. Joel shot the driver, causing the truck the crash, the resulting explosion knocking Ellie off her fee. Henry came to her aid, carrying her to cover further up the road. The resistance leader then called Henry to surrender to her. Henry trusted Sam in Ellie's care, the girl holding the boy's hand.
As they walk through an abandoned Army hospital, Joel stops and tells Ellie the truth about a gunshot wound to the head he mentioned back near Lincoln. Rather than from a fight, it was actually from a suicide attempt, prompted by Sarah's death as he once thought he had nothing left to live for. At the last second, he flinched. Ellie guesses that he is telling her the story to say that time heals all wounds, but Joel knowingly tells her, "It wasn't time that did it." Ellie remarks she is glad he failed to commit suicide. As they continue, he asks her to tell him some more bad puns. Due to the distraction, they fail to notice two guards following them until one throws a flashbang grenade, and Joel is soon knocked out.
The accident took the life of her mother and several others who were in the other car. She explains that he was sent to jail for manslaughter and that her and Jude ended up in foster care due to having no other familial ties. Brandon comforts Callie by brushing her hair behind her ear. As they became closer, someone knocks on the door. Wyatt steps inside with a box of donuts, and stares suspiciously at the two as he noticed their closeness before he came inside. Brandon gets a call from the house phone from Lena and tells everyone that Stef is about to be sent into surgery. They all go to the hospital. Wyatt and Callie step outside to get some air while Mike goes to speak to his captain. She explained the investigation seemed to be going okay, and that he and Stef might get off with a suspension of only one or two days. She warns him to stop drinking after working as it is clearly affecting his work. He begins to get defensive but understands and walks off to get coffee. The episode cuts to another flash back where Stef and Mike meet at a cafe. Over coffee explains to Mike that their relationship would never work and that their divorce was not his fault, but her's, as she is a lesbian. She tells him that she has met someone new and that she is glad with her current lifestyle. Back in the current time, Mike is in his car outside the hospital, ignoring orders, he pours a bottle of alcohol into his coffee.
As she returns to him, he asks Angela if she really is one of Wyatt's followers, wanting to know what they've done, and where Wyatt is? She tells him that Wyatt has yet to return, and that Teddy will find him where he saw him last. As she says that, Teddy again remembers the massacre at Escalante, saying again that Wyatt went missing and maneuvers and came back with some strange ideas, adding "He told me he needed me," recalling himself killing fleeing soldiers from his unit. "I couldn't resist. It was like the Devil himself had taken control of me." Teddy remembering shooting a Captain on his knees, as Wyatt comes to meet him from the far side of the street. "We mutinied," he recalls as a hand turns the crank on a gramophone, Debussy's Reverie playing. Wyatt pushing the General out into the street, and killing him. "Then he turned on me," he remembers Wyatt shooting him.
on this episode of the T. J thorpe show, do you have a celebration? Do you have a screen? Right? Hit him, get back to the line, let's go next play, Come on, you wanna hit him again. Yeah, come on, get up, come on, don't waste my time. Don't waste my time. Tell you on a plane to hold him, why I want them to play sports. Really? And it's just some of the things you learned by playing football, basketball, whatever it is, you still carry some of tho