Don't you address my client, Mr. Riley.
Mr. Riley: Do you have a God complex?
Mr. Adams: This is not acceptable.
Dr. Hill: No, no, let him address
Mr. Adams: Jed!
Dr. Hill: No, no, it's about time I
got to give some answers here.
Mr. Adams: Stop typing. This is off the
Dr. Hill: The question is, "Do I have a 'God Complex'?
Mr. Riley: Dr. Kessler says, "yes."
Dr. Hill: Which makes me wonder if
this lawyer has any
idea as to the kind of grades one has to receive in college to
be accepted at a top medical school.
Or if you have the vaguest clue as to how talented someone has to be to
lead a surgical team.
Dr. Hill: I have an M.D. from Harvard. I am board
certified in cardiothoracic medicine and trauma surgery. I have been
awarded citations from seven different medical boards in New England; and
I am never, ever sick at sea.
Dr. Hill: So I ask you, when someone
goes into that chapel and they fall on their knees and they
pray to God that their wife doesn't miscarry, or that their
daughter doesn't bleed to death, or that their mother
doesn't suffer acute neural trauma from postoperative shock,
who do you think they're praying to? Now, you go ahead
and read your Bible, Dennis, and you go to your church and
with any luck you might win the annual raffle. But if
you're looking for God, he was in operating room number two
on November 17th, and he doesn't like to be second guessed.