What are we doing here?
We're going on a field trip.
We can see that.
No, really, what are we doing here?
We're going to visit the sick.
Is there any real reason we're doing this?
You're asking a lot of questions.
I'm doing this as a lesson for everybody.
That privatized healthcare is a miserable injustice?
You should see what socialized healthcare looks like in Quebec.
We are doing this to brighten people's days and show you things could be worse.
Say hello to Ryan.
Wow, your elbow is huge.
Are you from a third world country?
Technically, yes. I'm from Australia.
What made you ask? Is it my accent?
No, you only see hideous tumors like the one on your elbow from overseas.
Does anyone want to talk to me?
This is Roy.
Looka there, it's dem kids! Ah know dem shoities came in ta sey hi.
Es awrite, ax me whatever.
What are you doing here, strange man?
Chief, I've binhavin dese neck pains from a bobo sometin fierce tuweeks now.
Are they going to let you out soon, Roy?
F'Sure! Es lack dey gun let meh outtahear RWUT.
We'll see you soon, Roy.
Grubtime soon. Ahm fixing for uh nuttinonit an MAN whatta painin daneck
This is Shawn.
I just got here.
He may be here for the next month.
I felt a side stitch and then I fell over. The doctors said I pulled a muscle.
You know, when that happens, it's usually cancer.
NO IT ISN'T
You probably have about six months to live.
HE DOES NOT HAVE CANCER.
How do you get cancer from a side stitch?
It's usually the proliferation of cancer cells that originate in one of your organs.
That's pretty smart, young lady. I don't think it's cancer, though.
I'm just repeating one of my mommy's jokes. She's a Vitamin B-17 activist.
You know how some people need to get out of the house more?
Your parents don't. They need to lock the door and stay inside forever.
Hey, I've defied the odds all my life so this is no big deal.
You don't have cancer, Shawn.
Oh, I know. I just know, while I'm gone, they're gonna say oh he sucks, and I'll end up stuck here.
Have you seen your department lately?
Can we go now?
Let us move along.
Good to see you, Shawn.
Hey, Cesar, you're up and moving around.
I've been up and about for the last three weeks. They have me mopping the floors now.
Why are you mopping the floors if you're sick?
Trick question, pequito. I've been perfectly fine for about a month.
So why don't they let you go?
Because the capitalist medical system makes money when they treat you whether or not you need it.
No, really, little girl. I need to show you a Quebecois hospital.
This is a good time to tell a story. Erik, you tell stories?
What am I doing here with these kids?
I will tell you kids a story.
Wait it's not time for recess.
I have stories
There was once a bestselling author taking a long drive.
He got in a bad accident.
The accident was near the home of an old woman who happened to be his biggest fan.
She took him in and helped him get better, while offering him facilities to continue writing his book.
Wait a minute
However, he discovered that she was muy loco, and when he was almost better
She broke his ankles with a sledgehammer.
Cesar, what does Misery by Stephen King have to do with you being here?
You got to listen to me, mi hermano.
You and the kids need to get out of here as quick as possible.
This is el Hospital California.
You can come in.
But you can never leave!
[holding sledgehammer] CESAR. WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE WITH THOSE PEOPLE.
¡QUE LASTIMA! GOTTA GO. [RUNS]
DEFINITELY TIME FOR RECESS [RUNS]
Go ahead and try it.
I THOUGHT LUNCH WAS AT NOON.
HOLY CRAP WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?
WHERE IS LUNCH?
Carlooooooooooos. It's your yoga instructor! Time for physical therapy!
THE DEVIL IS HERE
Can I do yoga too?