Dad (1989): Taking Dad Home

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The clip taking dad home from Dad (1989) That would be absolutely adequate, I think. I gave him a sedative...
The clip taking dad home from Dad (1989) That would be absolutely adequate, I think. I gave him a sedative. That should calm him down. How long had he been like that? The whole time we've been here. At least half an hour. Did he seem depressed? Jesus, Doctor. It's a good thing you're not a detective. Yeah, he seemed depressed. What the hell do you think is going on here? I meant more than usual, Mr. Tremont. He's been sliding every day since he's been in here. And you know that. Mr. Tremont- You're not gonna tell me that this is normal behavior. This particular manifestation of the depression is unusual, true, but the sedative will bring him around. A sedative? The man is hallucinating. He's crying nonstop. He doesn't recognize anyone in his family, and you're giving him a sedative? And why didn't you give him some Sucrets, too? Maybe he has a sore throat you can fix! We've scheduled your father for release tomorrow. You can pick him up anytime after 12:00. What do you mean, "release"? Are you trying to tell me that my father has recovered? Well, no, of course not, but medically speaking there's nothing more we can do for him. We cannot hold hospital beds for patients who cannot profit from medical care. How would we know? He's never gotten any medical care! You have to understand, Mr. Tremont, while his condition is stable, basically he's custodial. What exactly does that mean? I'll tell you what that means. That means they don't give a shit if he lives or dies. He's not custodial! God damn it! What kind of word is that to describe a person? I don't think- Just calm down. You want my father out of here? Well, let me tell you something. I want him out of here more than you do. You're not good enough to take care of him. John, what are you doing? Mr. Tremont- Don't you touch him. This is very unnecessary. I said I'm taking him home. Mr. Tremont, this is very unfortunate. What do we do now? I don't know. We may have no choice but to- No, I don't want to do that.