Back in the clinic, the patient explains to Dopey that she didn't want to come back to the clinic, since she always gets treated by the same doctor, and she's sure that he's misdiagnosing her problem as heartburn. Dopey's supervisor calls out, "Camden!" and gives him a "what the fuck?" look. He tells the patient that he has to get to work, but that he will keep an eye on her. Is that supposed to be reassuring? Will he clean the exam table extra-well for her? Or does he mean he's planning on stalking her after work? The patient falls for his line, though, saying "Sometimes I think you're the only one who cares around here." Okay, that's great, but maybe Dopey should also care about the scores of other women who would probably like to get on with their exams but can't, since Dopey is busy playing doctor instead of doing his job and prepping the exam rooms.
Simon arrives late to work. And where is he working? At Pete's Pizza, of course. I think he may be too young to serve drinks at the pool hall, and Glenoak only has two restaurants. Simon tries to tell Pete that he has "a good excuse" for being late -- the fact that he had to take two buses to work. What a dolt. Pete manages to stay calm, though, as he tells Simon to clock in and get to work. Pete must have the patience of a saint.
In the CamKitchen, RevCam is preparing his special dinner for two when Annie comes in to tell him she's going out. Unlike me, RevCam actually wants to know where she's going. She won't tell him, though. He's desperate enough to follow Ruthie's advice and apologize to his wife. Annie asks, "For what?" RevCam's answer is, "For whatever I did that made you so angry." How much more unlikable could either of these people get? Wait -- I'm sorry I mentioned anything. Please, writers, don't take that as a dare.
Dopey goes up to the nurse at the front desk and asks, "Where's that doctor who hates me?" The nurse points out that all the doctors hate Dopey. Haw! She tells him that Dr. Kent is the only doctor on duty. Inexplicably, Dopey feels the need to go up to Dr. Kent and attempt to discuss Gina Miller, the patient Matt had been talking to earlier. At least someone in Glenoak has some sense of propriety, for Dr. Kent tells him, "I don't discuss patients with the janitors." When Dopey stupidly brags that he's an orderly and is in the pre-med program, Dr. Kent replies, "So when you graduate med school, you can come back here and we'll talk about Tina all you like." What happened? Did someone forget to lock the 7th Heaven production offices one night and an actual good writer slipped in and wrote a scene? I have the unsettling feeling we're supposed to feel mad at the doctor for getting Gina's name wrong, but I'm just glad someone finally put the loathsome Dopey in his place.