It’s too late, Jim. The sliders aren’t going to bring her back.
I’m sorry, Jim. Lisa was a wonderful person. I can’t imagine what you’re going through right now.
I know it’s hard to hear right now, but it’s time to stop moving the sliders and let her go, Jim. She’s gone.
Lisa’s in a better place now, Jim. Moving those sliders back and forth isn’t going to help her.
We’re all sad, Jim, but it’s no use trying to slide her back to life. That’s not how it works. You know that.
Jim, her heart stopped beating 10 minutes ago. The sliders can’t change that. They can’t turn back time.
I know you feel guilty, Jim, but you can’t blame yourself for her death. Nobody could’ve seen that coming. Now, leave the sliders alone so the nurses can do their job.
Stop sliding, Jim. Lisa’s in a better place now.
Jeffrey just lost his mother, Jim. He needs his dad right now, and you’re scaring him by frantically moving this slider over her dead body like it’s going to save her. Go be with him.
She was a lovely woman, Jim. We’re all going to miss her. I’m so very sorry.