I See Me, I.C.U.

I See Me, I.C.U.

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I See Me, I.C.U.

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"I See Me, I.C.U." is the eighth episode in the second season, and the 31st episode overall, of the American dramedy series Ugly Betty, which aired on November 15, 2007. The episode was written by Bill Wrubel and directed by Rodman Flender. This episode would mark Alan Dale's last episode in this series as a full time regular, as Ugly Betty would be his third television series in which Dale's characters were all written out of each series respectively through fatal heart attacks, following Neighbours and The O.C..

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The story begins with the news of Bradford ending up in the hospital after he suffered a heart attack during the wedding, as reported by Suzuki St. Pierre. Betty shows up at the hospital, where the resuscitated Bradford is in the Intensive Care Unit, and she's snubbed by Daniel. When Christina see this, Betty tells her that Daniel has indeed fired her. And while Betty goes unnoticed by Daniel, he does see and kicks Wilhelmina out of Bradford's room, saying that since the wedding didn't take place she is not a member of the family. As Daniel and Alexis argue, Bradford wakes up and tells them to stop fighting, and they do. As Alexis leaves the room, Daniel tells Bradford that after what has happened, he still loves him and after Daniel leaves, Bradford said that he loved Daniel too. While the two sit around over what has happened, Daniel gets some encouragement from Amanda, who says that Daniel does have his father's jaw line.

Betty goes back to the......
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