http://drlambert.livejournal.com/ ([identity profile] drlambert.livejournal.com) wrote in [community profile] fandom_clinic2006-05-09 08:39 pm

FTEC, Tuesday Night

Nat had slept a little better during the day today and, as a result, felt up to running a few tests in the lab. She bounced happily between the lab and the front desk. On the television, The Thin Man Goes Home was playing and offered amusing background noise.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] cyclopeanmerc.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 01:01 am (UTC)(link)
After greeting the new students, Pip went out to the clinic.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] cyclopeanmerc.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 01:10 am (UTC)(link)
"Er... yes. A while ago I got some... nasty cuts while out of town. A local doctor stitched me up and told me to come in about today to see if the stitches were ready to be taken out."

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 02:53 am (UTC)(link)
There was nothing really wrong with Janet. She'd just been so caught up in studying that she felt like dropping by the clinic when she had nothing else to do.

The fact that she'd been wandering around town and was bored out of her skull? Had nothing to do with it, really.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 03:16 am (UTC)(link)
"Were you ever one of those students that hated not having anything to study?" asked Janet, sitting heavily in a chair in front of Natalie's desk. "Finals are over, the library is closed, and I've already finished my newest book. Aside from freaking out the newbies, I have nothing to do."

She glanced quickly--and hopefully unobtrusively--at Natalie's notes, wondering if there was anything interesting to read in them.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 03:31 am (UTC)(link)
"In your day?" asked Janet. She grinned. "I didn't think your day had quite finished." That shorthand looked familiar. With some new notations, maybe? "My uncle doesn't mind, thankfully. Possibly because I have a social life. Or possibly because he's there and I'm here, and so he doesn't notice when I hole up in my room for a week to study."

She bent down and started rummaging in her bag for chocolate.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 03:50 am (UTC)(link)
Janet did her best to look innocent. It probably didn't work. "Being away from home helps you get away with almost anything," she said, losing the innocent look entirely. Thank goodness she'd developed the skill of reading upside down years ago. Now if only she could do it quickly. "I had an internship at a hospital last summer. It was brutal." She grimaced.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 04:09 am (UTC)(link)
"You act like you miss that," said Janet, one eyebrow raised.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 04:19 am (UTC)(link)
"Quiet does mean that nobody's dying," said Janet. "But the total lack of activity for an entire shift does get to you sometimes."

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 04:29 am (UTC)(link)
"I've worked my way through the first four seasons of Wormhole X-Treme! by now," said Janet. "Whoever replaced the TV got a good one, I have to say."

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 02:43 pm (UTC)(link)
"Bad science fiction on that size screen is, um. Something else," said Janet. Snickered. Really bad science fiction.

"Not used to the quiet?" asked Janet curiously.

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 07:02 pm (UTC)(link)
"You're a doctor. How many dead bodies did you hang out with?" asked Janet, frowning. "Sunday shifts are pretty dead too. Unlike the library. There's almost always someone in the library." Janet nodded. "Caught up in the research, huh?"

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 09:20 pm (UTC)(link)
"So basically you were the perfect person to treat Angel," said Janet, snickering. "Sounds like an interesting job, though."

Re: Lobby/Front Desk

[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com 2006-05-11 11:47 am (UTC)(link)
"You've got to love a change," said Janet, standing up. "Well, I've got to see if there's anyone else I can pester. And I'm in search of ice cream. See you later."

Janet waved on the way out.

OOC: I figured this had dragged too long and we could get them to meet up again later.

Re: Exam 1 - Pip Bernadette

[identity profile] cyclopeanmerc.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 01:23 am (UTC)(link)
Pip stepped into the room and stripped off his shirt. His back and chest were covered in stitched up cuts, some short, some long.

Re: Exam 1 - Pip Bernadette

[identity profile] cyclopeanmerc.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 01:34 am (UTC)(link)
"Someone with a pair of knives, and it was on a scaffolding," Pip answered. "Actually, pair of someones, but I only met with one of them, so to speak."

Re: Exam 1 - Pip Bernadette

[identity profile] cyclopeanmerc.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 01:42 am (UTC)(link)
Pip grit his teeth as the doctor started digging in.

Re: Exam 1 - Pip Bernadette

[identity profile] cyclopeanmerc.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 02:10 am (UTC)(link)
Pip stretched a little. "Thanks, yeah. I have every intention of just taking it easy for a while though my mun doesn't." He reached for his shirt and pulled it back on. "I'm not sure we've met, Dr....?"

Re: Exam 1 - Pip Bernadette

[identity profile] cyclopeanmerc.livejournal.com 2006-05-10 02:14 am (UTC)(link)
Pip smiled. "Pip Bernadette. Thanks for digging the stitches out."