Cut to the hallway, where the ultra-dapper Ron Harris is escorting the Jayko committee. They are: an overweight Wilford Brimley-esque man, a black woman and an Asian man. CBS executives are at this moment writing a press release touting this minority casting coup. Wilford Brimley sarcastically complains that Harris is bugging them and that they want to be left alone. Wilford grabs a muffin, bites into it and tells Harris to pretend they've got a restraining order against him and that if he comes closer than three hundred feet, the hospital will lose its accreditation. Harris laughs it off, because surely nobody would diss the ultra-dapper Ron Harris, but he leaves. The committee divvies up its inspection duties. Harris, who is still hanging around, is told to shoo. He goes away and then comes back, unwelcomed, an apt metaphor for what summer reruns of City of Angels will be like. Viewer's note: Ron Harris is a sneaky man. Dapper, but sneaky. Make no mistake.
Wilford Brimley is talking to Nurse Peeler and her staff. Pointing to a jar of candies, he says that there should be no food outside of the cafeteria and on patient trays. Peeler says that since the jar is sealed and the candy individually wrapped, she thought it would be all right. Wilford takes a lollipop and eats it. Dr. Brimley points out a surgical board that's hanging in the hallway for all to see. He says it's a violation of privacy where anybody could see that a patient is having a testicle removed. He says to remove the board from view immediately. Other than that, the department passes. Peeler and the other nurses give each other high-fives. Then they groan: "Oh no, it's the ultra-dapper Ron Harris and he's coming this way." Harris asks how it went. They tell him. He says of the board, "Move it, dammit, move it!"