Up in surgery, Turner is wearing an angry, dark Kufi hat. He tells Williams to leave and watch on the monitor. He'll be assisting Turner instead of leading. Turner practically pushes Williams out of the way and then tells him to practice with his instruments and practice shutting up. Way to ruin your career, Wesley. Wesley's eyes narrow in a sneer behind his surgeon's mask, which somehow causes the screen to go black and white. We go to commercial.
Now we're in Ana Syphax's closet of an office. Turner storms in and you can tell he's angry because he still has on his angry Kufi. "Ben!" Ana exclaims. "Wesley Williams tells me you've been dating," he says. This is the part where she's supposed to throw him out and tell him it's none of his damn business. Turner says he would have appreciated knowing so he wouldn't be "sucker-punched" by Williams in the middle of a reprimand. A couple more years of this kind of duplicity and Turner will definitely be Ron Harris material. "Dating a resident?" he yells. "You're dating the medical director," she counters. I'm trying to figure out a way that Dr. Turner could possibly be more wrong than in this conversation. "Maybe we need to talk," Turner says. "We just did, doctor," Ana responds. Turner storms out as if he isn't the root of all this evil.
Williams, who still thinks the world revolves around his schoolgirl crush, tells Dr. Weiss that he's taking a breather and if anybody asks he'll be up in pediatrics. With Ana. Kissing. And holding hands. And maybe making babies. He doesn't get that far because a severely beaten young man is wheeled in. Wesley looks disappointed, hoping instead that his beautiful Ana might be wheeled in on satin sheets instead. The severely beaten man looks like a younger version of the potato sack called Ed O'Malley they brought in earlier. A policeman says it looks like a professional job was done on this guy. What, did the thugs leave their business cards behind? Just as they're working up this wholly beat-up man, Ana Syphax walks in. Wesley and Ana's eyes meet across the crowded emergency room. He excuses himself as Dr. Weiss takes over.
In Ana's green office, Dr. Williams asks if Ben Turner has already talked to Ana. "You and I can't see each other," she says simply. He says he thinks that's a little drastic. If we can weather this, he says, we can weather anything. This is the worst it'll get. Whoa, there, Wesley. It sounds like you're already planning for infidelities five years down the road. Maybe you should get to the second date first. She says it's totally appropriate and that his actions show that he's not only immature as a resident, but also way too easily distracted. "It's over," she says simply. Williams says he can work on it, but she says that the road ahead is hard enough and she doesn't want to make it more difficult for him. She rubs his cheek with her hand and walks out of her own office, leaving him alone to go through her things, looking for a romantic memento.