I don't agree. I have worked with a lot of traumas and the rate at which he recovered from the gun shot was not normal. You would not see people return to work at fast and even if they did, they would not feel like doing a normal workload (in his case working a homicide). He had to be forced to not do work. So I think he is definitely immortal. I think this doctor was just one of the ones who he thought at the time was the one, but really isn't. I agree with Omar in that there was someone else on that subway platform that did that to him and he only thought it was the doctor.Originally Posted by mozzz;2911272;
I am beginning to think it will be an unexpected one, my most likely pick as of right now is the partner.
I think the doctor's actions are starting to show that she isn't the one and that she never really was connected to him or fully trusted him. I didn't see them as being really in love or connected in the way that the One is supposed to be with him. I think she did like him and was intrigued by the odd facts of his case and her ego got bruised a bit when he rejected her, but she isn't that girl. I think the way he didn't want to stay with her shows something--all the other women he stayed with. I really am glad she is out of his life. I didn't really care for her that much.