Jesse is in cardiac recovery, and the nurses are talking about how he's approved for discharge. Amy talks him through a panic attack that feels like another heart attack. At the accident site, Leanne treats the nurse, who is upset about her date being black-tagged. Angus notices a flipped cement mixer that has dumped it's load onto an unconscious man in the car behind it. Perello calls Christa about Lily. Mario, Heather, and Angus debate whether they should black-tag the man in concrete or not. Neal hears a little boy calling for help, and catches him as he collapses. Angus and Heather warm saline bags on the engine block of another car and leave him with some volunteers while the saline bag empties. Neal gets the boy to the tent, but he freaks out at the idea of leaving his mother behind. Leanne reassure him that they will find his mother and send her to the same hospital, having him describe the car to her. We see the car he described, and Malaya black tags the mother.
Carla is brought into the ER, where Rollie recognizes her. Gina introduces herself. Rollie takes her for an ultrasound. A woman is trapped inside a burning car, and Mario tries to get her out, but she has a compound fracture. Angus and Heather have run out of saline. Jesse has altered heart monitor to be extra sensitive. His roommate tries to reassure him. Carla has fallen a few times, and attributes her vomiting to morning sickness. Perello gets her into CT. The man in cement keeps asking for a cell phone to talk to his family. Heather calls from her phone, and he leaves a touching message. Mario arrives with the ax to pry the door off the car, and they dig him out of the cement. Malaya tells a questioning Rorish about the woman she black tagged, and leaves the tent without the permission of the DIC. He threatens to have her arrested, and Rorish drops her bag. After discussing with Neal and Malaya, she leaves anyway. Carla and Jesse meet each other in the hallway. Carla nags him about being a worrier, and urges him to let go. Mario and heather find a woman in an RV, and they have to black tag her. Leanne and Neal arrive at the car. Neal thinks Malaya made the right call, but Leanne insists on trying to save her. They'll have to do a field amputation on her foot to get her out of the car. Christa finds Lily and her family in a ravine, but injures herself and loses the radio trying to get them.
Christa has a dislocated shoulder and has to have the little girl help her. The mother has a fractured neck and a head laceration. The boy has a fractured trachea and an injury to his hips. The family's cell phone has died, and Christa has no reception. Back at Angels, Rollie breaks the news that Carla's cancer has metastasized to her brain. She doesn't have long, and Rollie urges her to induce, which she objects to. She tells him not to tell Malaya. The DIC is looking for Leanne, and Malaya has to handle a difficult chest tube on her own. The little boy from before arrives at Angels, and Amy and Rollie treat him. Neal and Leanne go ahead with the amputation. Christa has Lily assist her with stitching up the mother's head lac's, and the boy starts to have problems breathing. Christa sends Lily for a pen to trach him. Malaya needs the ultrasound that Leanne took, and has to do the chest tube blind. Jesse is getting over his worry for himself when his roommate flatlines. He disconnects his on leads and starts CPR on the man. The woman that Heather and Mario black-tagged earlier is now conscious and he goes to help her. Christa has Lily help her relocate her shoulder so that she can perform the tracheotomy on the boy.
The ambulance drive apologizes for bumps. Traffic's backed up for miles, so this is the only way to get to the accident site. Leanne says they might be the only doctors on site. She tells them to keep their heads on. It's not first come, first served. They have to prioritize patients. They each get a packet of tags. Green is for minor injuries. Yellow is for more serious injuries, but not immediately life-threatening, red is emergent, and black is dead or expected death. The residents are shocked they'll be expected to put black tags on living patients, but they need to be able to decide who they can save and make sure no other doctors spend precious time re-evaluating the patient.
Neal and Christa comes to a car holding Alice Sellers. She's conscious. She tells them the condition of Fred, her date. She's a hospice nurse. She also tells them her own injuries. Neal puts a black tag on Fred over Alice's objections and they send her back to the tent.
They try to open the door to get Kenny out. The door won't open. He's cold. Away from Kenny, Mario says they need to black tag him. Angus and Heather disagree. Angus says to get an ax from the fire truck. Angus has saline. He needs a car that works to warm it up.
Leanne is asking everyone about Connie's car. Malaya overhears and tells her she black tagged the woman inside of that car. Leanne asks about her injuries and then asks where the car is. When Malaya tells her, she goes to leave to go find it. Miles stops her, saying he'll have her arrested. Malaya offers to go check again. Leanne tells Malaya to stay there and goes out into the field.
Gary Martin calls for help for his wife. Mario and Heather rush to help her. Mario starts working on her, but then Heather points out that she's lost too much blood. She's a black tag. Gary begs them to save his wife. She's a preschool teacher. Someone calls that they have a burn victim and Mario sends Heather to help. Mario apologizes and leaves as well.
Connie was in a car accident. Malaya examined her and black tagged her for impending death. Leanne disagreed after hearing about her injuries and went into the field to find her. She had a laceration to her thigh and severe bleeding, but she had a pulse. Leanne quickly stapled her thigh, but the wound went all the way down to her foot, which was trapped. Leanne found a saw and they cut off her leg to get her out of the car. Back at triage, she was in PEA due to blood loss. They gave her fluids and moved her to the hospital.
Lisa was in a car accident. Mario and Heather examined her, but the hemorrhaging was catastrophic, so they put a black tag on her. Her husband later came and said she was awake, so Mario went back to examine her again. The husband held a gun to Mario's head to get Mario to treat her.
"Black Friday" is the eleventh episode of the horror black comedy series Scream Queens. It premiered on December 1, 2015 on Fox. The episode was directed by Bradley Buecker and written by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan. In this episode, The Red Devils attempt to crash The Chanels' shopping spree in celebration of their favorite holiday, Black Friday. As the Kappa Kappa Tau girls conclude that Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) is the Devil, they make several attempts to kill her. Meanwhile, someone else confesses to being the murderer.
Most batshit crazy outfit:The episode starts out with two massive fashion fails. Lorelai is wearing a red knit cap with a little nipple on the top, black leather gloves, an orange, Rue 21 shirt with glitter numbers, a faux sheepskin-lined navy corduroy coat, and purple/brown pants with a slight flare leg. Who in the actual fuck would put this outfit together? If she had butterfly clips in her hair, it would be very Lizzie McGuire.
Rory's outfit is possibly worse because it actually looks like something she put effort into. She's wearing a red and black argyle sweater layered over a charcoal shirt with a pair of ugly, baggy jeans that make her hips look huge. I don't like to body snark, but yikes... none of Rory's pants in Season 1 do anything to flatter her figure. The ass situation is especially sad. This run-of-the-mill bad outfit becomes a monstrosity when accessorized with black gloves, a black headband (the type you'd use while washing your face), a trinket-y gift shop necklace, and a green and white ski jacket that I'm pretty sure is from Old Navy (circa the Performance Fleece era).
Later in the episode, Lorelai dons pigtails that are fastened with pink pompom balls and a black, high neck shirt with pink fluff at the cuffs. It's a look that kind of works for 16-year-old Cher Horowitz in 1995, but not so much for thirty-something Lorelai in 2001. And the makeup, as always, is atrocious. Dark lipstick with purple undertones and frosted lilac eyeshadow. Goodamit, Rory. Stop letting Lorelai buy makeup at Claire's.
Xander suggests a cloak of invisibility worn by the Greek gods. Buffy dismisses that theory because of the pettiness of the crimes. As the Scoobies disperse, Buffy follows the sound of a flute. In the library, Giles is surprised by Angel, who offers to get a book of prophecies, the Pergamum Codex. Another flashback sequence sees Cordelia and Harmony discussing a lecture and ignoring Marcie. In the present, Cordelia wins the May Queen award. Looking over Willow's list of missing kids, Buffy suspects Marcie when she sees she played the flute. Tracking Marcie, Buffy finds her hideout just as Marcie finds Ms. Miller, Cordelia's literature teacher. She chokes her with a plastic bag. Cordelia, arriving a short while afterward, saves Ms. Miller. An invisible hand writes "LISTEN" on the blackboard.
The priest-in-training regained consciousness after his stabbing to realize that he was at the mercy of a sadistic nurse with a diabolical penchant for murdering black men. And while he fought for his life (and tried to discern good-vs-evil shenanigans from the drug-induced visions that plagued him), we learned that the person behind the creepy virtual reality goggles avatar girl Rose390 was the same person who attacked David (as well as the subject of a former exorcism investigation), and that David and Ben previously worked with another psychologist named Judy James (played by Megan Ketch, Jane the Virgin).
Shido compliments Kotori in how her swimsuit lets her chest fill the top, causing Kotori to be embarrassed and angrily ask him what he meant, which Shido tries to rephrase. Back at Fraxinus, Kanazuki is confronted by the other angry crew members for his decision, which he tries and fails to defend. With Tohka, she asks Shido if they could take one of the big water slides, suggesting that all four of them can go together, but Yoshino declines out of fear that Yoshinon may get swept away. When Kotori declines, Tohka asks Shido to come along with her instead and quickly does Kotori change her mind. At the top of the water slide, a nervous Shido asks if they could change the position of how they will slide down due to both Kotori and Tohka being in front and behind him, but Tohka hastily pushes all of them down the slide, leading to all three of them going off the slide but safely landing in the pool's water. While Tohka expresses her excitement over the experience, a visibly scared Kotori hugs Shido and when he asks her what's wrong, she lets go and asks him if he could retrieve her black ribbons that fell off her hair while they sliding down. As Tohka tells Yoshino how the water slide felt, Kotori expresses her annoyance at the experience, and Shido asks why her ribbons are black and adds if there is something special about them. Kotori explains the importance of her black ribbons by saying that her white ribbons represent fragility, while her black ribbons represent strength, saying that she needed them to be strong on their date. Later, while having lunch, Shido notices that Kotori may be feeling upset and when he contacts Reine, she reports that her emotions have not gone down yet, something that Shido takes as her not having fun. Just then, Kotori leaves the table and when Shido asks her where she is going, she bitterly answers that she is only going to the restroom. As Shido sighs, he sees Tohka and Yoshino looking visibly worried at him and Tohka says that she thought that he and Kotori were getting along again. Yoshino notes that Kotori looked mad and Yoshinon points out that Shido looked visibly relieved when she left, telling him how easy he is to read. When Shido asks if he is that obvious, all three nod in response. Shido then decides to go to the restroom as well. As he is walking, Shido contacts Reine to ask if he is really that easy to read, but Kannazuki is the one to respond, telling him that Reine is not currently present. Just as he is about to ask where she is, he notices Reine behind two vending machines. 781b155fdc