Guy's really paid his dues too.
Now they don't take him.

Plus his son is waiting
for a kidney transplant.

Did you start dinner?
Did you start dinner?
-Did you hear anything l said?
-lt's in the fridge. Just heat it up.

-l was telling you about my day.
-l had a hard day too.

Just go heat it up.
Why is it, whenever we're about
to fight, you're always undressed?

What's the big deal?
Just heat up the stew.

-Why won't you help out?
-ls that the way you see it?

l make my concessions.
You always take a shower first.

l don't.
You do too,
and l'm getting tired of it.

Honey, come on.
Don't call me honey.
l'm trying to tell you about my day.
Something that happened.

Your days are always the same.
What is that supposed to mean?
Just politics, that's all.
Who said what to whom.
Who's rising, who's falling.

Who's made a good move, a bad move.

Somebody has to be interested
in hospital politics.

You certainly are not.
l thought you were a surgical
resident, not a political one.

l like politics.
They interest me. Just because
you're always looking for--

You want me to heat up
the dinner, is that it?

l want some respect.
Susan, come on.
Don't leave again.

Why can't you share
half the responsibility?

l share more than
half the responsibility!

-No need to shout.
-Why are you running off?

You think l want this?
Let me tell you something.

l make concessions
for this so-called relationship.

l know it's hard on you politically.
Susan, don't go.
You know what the trouble with you is?
All you care about
is being chief resident.

You know what your trouble is?
You don't want a relationship.

Look at you.
You run away from it.

This is ridiculous.