Finding Help (LG15: Outbreak)

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Episode 16/1x016
Finding Help

Screw staying at the hospital - I'M MACGYVER!

Blogger Will
Date Posted February 11th, 2010
Forum forum discussion
Length 4:02
Description It's time to set differences aside.
Location(s) A Hospital, Mason's House
YouTube Tags lg15 lonelygirl15 outbreak resistance bree daniel jonastko danielbeast mason crystal will order shentek hymn of one episode five finding help
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) EQAL
Producer(s) Gregory Austin McConnell
Director(s) Lance Little
Director of Photography Lance Little
Story Gregory Austin McConnell
Editor(s) Gregory Austin McConnell
Will Lance Little
Mason Gregory Austin McConnell
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Finding Help is the sixteenth video in the LG15: Outbreak video series.


(Will grunts and pants as he walks toward a hospital. Will follows several people inside and walks to a bank of elevators. Cut to the elevator doors closing with Will inside. Cut to Will filming the floor numbers pass, until he reaches the seventh floor. Cut to Will grunting and panting as he heads down the hallway, passing a nurse. Cut to Will sitting in the surgery waiting room. Cut to Will calling Mason. Cut to Mason arriving.)

Mason: Hey, what are you doing here?

Will: Crystal's in trouble.

Mason: You've been shot? (Looks around and grabs Will.) Alright, come on; let's go.

(Cut to several scenes of Will following Mason out of the hospital.)

Mason: Who was he?

Will: I don't know, he-he didn't, like--

Mason: What did he look like?

Will: He wa- He wasn't wearing a name tag!

(Cut to Will opening the passenger side door. Cut to Mason driving.)

Mason: Why didn't you call the cops?

Will: Because! A-after the SHENtek hack... If I go to the cops, they'll... I-I-- They'll think I did it, or I don't know... Crystal said to come to you if anything happened.

Mason: Okay, fine. Look, I'm getting her back and then I'm done, alright?

(Cut to footage out of the front window. Will screams.)

Mason: Shut up, I gave you the double dose of morphine, you shouldn't even be feeling anything.

Will: Yeah? Well, it's my first time being shot!

Mason: You got your shoulder clipped.

Will: What? That doesn't count?

Mason: Try getting hit in the neck and then come back and talk to me.

(Cut to Mason speeding down a snowy road. Cut to Mason helping Will inside.)

Mason: Come on, you're almost there.

Will: Why am I-- Why are you filming me?

Mason: It's your camera, Will. Get over there.

(Mason pushes Will toward his couch.)

Will: It's my camera?

Mason: Yes, shutup. (Sets down the camera, showing Will laying on the couch.) Okay.

Will: Is this your house?

Mason: Yes.

Will: It's so beautiful--

Mason: Shutup, Will. Come on.

(Will cries out as Mason lifts him to put a pillow under his head. Cut to Mason getting out an emergency kit. Cut to Mason pulling out a pair of gloves.)

Mason: I don't suppose you know what kind of bullet he hit you with?

Will: Wasn't looking.

Mason: Great. Alright.

Will: It was a pistol...

(Cut to Mason leaning over Will.)

Will: What are you d-- (Cries out.) Ow!

Mason: Okay.

Will: Are you done?

Mason: Not exactly. (Reaches down into the emergency kit to grab some gauze.) Okay, get ready for it. On three, alright? (Will groans.) One.

(Mason pushes down on Will's shoulder, causing Will to cry out. Cut to Mason returning to find Will attempting to bandage his shoulder.)

Mason: What are you doing?

Will: Bandaging myself up.

Mason: Well you're doing a pretty crappy job of it.

Will: Sorry, doctor...

Mason: I'm not a doctor...

Will: Ow!

Mason: There. I'm a secretary, and I had an interview that you interrupted. Now put a shirt on.

(Cut to Will wincing as he follows Mason through the house. Mason signals for him to get down and they both drop to the floor.)

Mason: Be quiet.

(Will crawls toward Mason, who is peeking out of a window.)

Will: What's going on?

Mason: Shh! (Opens up a cabinet.)

Will: Isn't someone out there?

Mason: SHH! (Pulls a handgun out of the cabinet and racks the slide.)

Will: What are you-- what the?! What are you--?

Mason: Shutup. Don't make a sound, okay?

Will: Okay. 'Kay. (Mason leaves.) What the--? Mason? Mason! (Turns the camera, noting Mason has left and sighs. He crawls further into the room.) I don't know what he's doing.

Mason: Alright, we gotta go. C'mon. C'mon! (Pulls Will up.) Get up. Now. Let's go. (Will struggles to his feet.) Will, come on!

(Will follows Mason toward the garage.)

Will: Mason, what happened?


  • Mason somehow manages to pull a lodged bullet out of Will without getting any blood on his gloves. Similarly, Will would have soaked through his bandage within a few seconds, regardless of how deeply the bullet had been lodged.
    • In addition, generally speaking, removing a bullet unless it is easy to get to or life threatening is not performed, due to risk of infection or further injury.