In the hall, Dr. Price finds Dr. Turner and invites him for dinner. He moans about having a long, rough day. She looks a little distraught and distant. Turner goes against his male instincts and notices that something might be wrong. He asks about the breakfast. She says it went fine and everything's okay. Except that she me might be dying, of course. Just as she's about to spill her guts, Turner's pager goes off. Price says it's okay, she'll see him tomorrow.
Turner goes to the ER to find that Ossie The King is gone. He goes into the room to find an empty bed just to make sure. No crown, no scepter, no bellowing. Yep, he's gone. Turner calls security.
Out of an elevator walk the puffy potato man and his bodyguard. O'Malley is carrying some flowers and looks as if he belongs in a commercial for auto insurance. They come to a hospital room. "Watch the door," O'Malley tells the bodyguard. He slips inside and finds the beaten-up youth from earlier. O'Malley, who also resembles the Pillsbury Doughboy after a fight with Planters' Mr. Peanut, says, "You look awww-ful," in a fey villain voice. He draws the curtain as the patient begins to squirm and moan. "You don't want to move that jaw too much," O'Malley hisses as he grabs the man's jaw. Then he steps on the guy's breathing tube. This O'Malley is one twisted doughboy. He's practically a croissant. "You picked the wrong man to mess with," O'Malley says, "Study this face." All the guy's going to remember when he comes out of his drug haze is that he was threatened by a bag of flour. Perhaps because of this, the patient starts to cry.
In Price's office, ex-husband Michael walks in. She looks very unhappy to see him. He offers that he couldn't just leave without knowing what her results were. Because of course he knew she's just run and get a test that day, right? He's gay, a sharp dresser and psychic. "My HIV test came back," Dr. Price says. Short moment of tension. You know, they could have dragged this out for like six episodes. "It was negative," she says. She is very angry, though. She tells Michael to put away his patronizing, passive-aggressive crap. Michael asks what she wants him to do. She says she doesn't want him to do anything. She wishes he hadn't lied, cheated, or put her life in danger. Vivica pulls off some nice acting here, but only because she gets to show some attitude. She goes on a rant about all the women in the HIV clinics who aren't as lucky as she is and who were infected by men just like him. Michael says it's because gay black men are ostracized when they come out. He was turned away by his father, his church, his friends and his law firm. Michael says he can't take it all back. He can only make amends and try to get on with his life. Price calms down. They reach a nice point of reconciliation. They shake hands and then they hug. Michael sobs as Price closes the door, with a faraway look in her eyes.