‘I Can’t Do This Anymore’: Is Gus’ Floribama Relationship Finished?

A dial tone is the worst not the best way to end a serious conversation with a significant other. Gus can attest to this one.

During tonight’s MTV Floribama Shore episode, the Floridian, who entered PCB St. Pete with a girlfriend named Lisa, had a difficult conversation about the future of their relationship after a slew of fights on the phone.

“I don’t come first. And that’s the truth. Whether you like it or not,” Lisa told an emotional Gus.

“I can’t do this anymore, Lisa,” a softspoken Gus stated.

“What, be with me?” Lisa countered.

“I don’t think I can,” he asserted.

And that’s when Lisa ended…the conversation. Breaking Hanging up is hard to do.

It remains to be seen if this is a split or if the two will reconcile (must keep tuning in to find out!). But one thing is for sure: Documenting this part of Gus’ life was “tough, for sure.”

“To a lot of people, it’s a TV show, but it’s raw and real emotion that you’re seeing out of me and her,” he told MTV News. “It was a hard time in my life, and to be able to go back and watch it, it’s going bring back those same emotions [I] already experienced. It’s going to be tough, for sure.”

Do you think Gus and Lisa are finished, or can they get off this rocky path? Sound off, and keep watching MTV Floribama Shore every Thursday at 8/7c.

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Marchand’s two goals lead Bruins past Sabres | The Guardian

Brad Marchand tallied twice, David Pastrnak scored his 20th goal and the Boston Bruins edged the visiting Buffalo Sabres 3-2 Thursday night.

Tuukka Rask stopped a season-high 36 shots, including a highlight-reel save in the third period, as the Bruins won for the third time in their last four games. Danton Heinen had two assists, and Patrice Bergeron also earned a helper in his return to the lineup after missing two games with a lower-body injury.

Rasmus Ristolainen and Brandon Montour scored for the Sabres, who have lost nine of their last 10 (1-7-2). Linus Ullmark stopped 24 shots.

The Bruins led 2-1 through two periods despite being thoroughly outplayed to start. The Sabres came out the gate strong, registering the first 14 shots on net and holding a 17-4 advantage through one.

Boston went up 3-1 when Pastrnak scored on the power play at 1:56 of the third to extend his league lead in goals. The Sabres had a chance to respond on a power play of their own a couple minutes later, but Rask stole a goal from Evan Rodrigues with a diving blocker save to keep Buffalo off the board.

The Sabres got within 3-2 when Montour scored from long distance at 12:58 of the third. Buffalo pulled Ullmark with 1:20 left but couldn’t get the equalizer.

During the first, the Sabres took a 1-0 lead when Ristolainen scored from in front of the net on the power play at 5:25. The marker snapped an 0-for-21 skid on the man advantage for Buffalo.

Boston finally got its first shot at 12:11 of the first and knotted the score 1:41 later on its second chance when Marchand tipped in a blast from Zdeno Chara.

Marchand was at it again on the power play in the second, putting home the tiebreaker off a rebound with Bergeron screening in front of the net at 14:45 for his 15th goal of the season.

–Field Level Media

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‘I’m just frustrated’: Spokane family angry with Seattle Children Hospital’s response to mold

SPOKANE, Wash. – For the first time, we are hearing from a family in eastern Washington impacted by Seattle Children’s Hospital’s mold issue.

A Spokane lawyer claims a 12-year-old girl almost died. Not from her surgery, but from complications related to mold in the operating room.

Since 2014, 14 patients have developed an Aspergillus infection. Six of them died according to Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Shanna Patnode is one of those cases that developed an infection.

At the age of 12, doctors found a tumor in her brain. So they sent the Patnode family from Yakima to Seattle Children’s Hospital for surgery.

“They sent us there because it’s supposed to be the best facility in the region,” Shanna’s father, Eugene Patnode said. “We had a whole lot of trust and faith and hope in Children’s hospital.”

The surgery was a success. She started doing physical therapy and made great progress.

But a short time later, she started to get severe back pain.

“She was doing so well after surgery that we thought, oh this is great! We’re out of the woods,” Shanna’s mother, Clarissa Patnode said. “I was all ready to bring her home and then all of a sudden she took a horrible turn down.”

RELATED: Yakima family sued Seattle Children’s saying daughter was sickened by mold in 2005

Shanna’s parents insisted on a biopsy. The results shook them to the core.

“He said her spinal cord was wrapped in a black sticky caulk like material and that it had been identified as fungus,” Clarissa said. “And the only way it got in her spinal column and brain was through surgery.”

The hospital claimed it was an isolated incident.

“They refused to acknowledge anything, they would volunteer nothing, and then it was a battle just to get her treatment,” Eugene said.

Shanna believe the hospital was withholding the truth.

“They wouldn’t tell (us),” Shanna said. “In the very beginning, when I had back pain, they should have been like–black mold. But they didn’t.”

RELATED: ‘We failed’: Seattle Children’s CEO announces 5 more deaths from mold

Shanna spent nine months in the hospital, about seven months longer than expected. She went through long-term rehab, and now lives with a permanent disability.

“I still have back pain. Not as bad, but it has its moments,” Shanna said.

The Patnode’s filed a lawsuit against Seattle Children’s in 2005, and reached a settlement with the hospital in 2008. But they thought the mold would have been dealt with by now.

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