Cut to Price and Nurse Grace Patterson looking at a clipboard and searching for an available white doctor. Nurse Patterson apologizes and Price says it's okay; her dad is a little kooky too. Price says she'll call Doctor Max Fleishman (a.k.a. Mr. Shorofsky) and that in the meantime, Nurse Patterson should run some tests. She mentions the $20 million windfall and how she has to find ways to spend it. Patterson says she has some ideas, which Price tells her to write down.
In another hallway, Price gives Nurse Lynette Peeler a promotion to director of nursing. She seems surprised. Price says Peeler's youth is no impediment to her getting the promotion, and that Peeler will get a nice pay raise. Price is spending her chickens before they hatch. Or some such metaphor.
Turner enters the ER where he's told three gunshot victims are on the way. A police officer who just happens to be hanging around asks Turner for a moment of his time. Turner looks really busy. The officer says he is apologizing on behalf of the LAPD and that any damage to Turner's car will be reimbursed. "Ed O'Malley send you?" Turner asks. Everybody else in the ER is starting to notice what's going on. Turner still looks very busy. The cop says he's there to discuss car theft, because it's an epidemic. Turner argues, distractedly, snatching a clipboard away from Dr. Weiss. He says he ran a yellow, not a red light. This show is all about distinctions based on color. Turner protects Scotty by saying that nobody heard the white officer call him "Leroy" except Turner himself. The new cop gets tired of listening and moves to leave. By the way, they're dropping the charges for running the red light. So what are you saying, Steve Bochco? LAPD are scum, but NYPD are cool, complex and "Blue"? Nice. Very nice.