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Natalie did not find out about this incident until she was dating Clarke, and is deeply upset by it, ending her relationship with Clarke after he tells her.
Mississippi State needed, like, 5 minutes to get it done.
Freshwater.” He’s developed a shade of crimson from all the red flags surrounding him.
Natalie is first introduced along with her coworkers at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new emergency department (presumably having been redone after the explosion in Chicago Med's backdoor pilot, the Chicago Fire episode "I Am The Apocalypse").
She is a heavily pregnant single mother, revealed later in the episode to be the widow of a soldier who was killed in action.