Claire is surprised Charles is calling her in on a case, considering he's been trying to force her out of the hospital and all. He says, "Generally speaking, I prefer psychiatrists who believe in...psychiatry, but I do know how your fans are clamoring for a follow-up." So Charles, are you saying she's a Scientologist Psychiatrist? He doesn't answer; he's too busy handing her a file. "This particular case seemed right up your alley. Maybe it's your next bestseller." Claire considers the case and in the background, Rob Thomas woos me unfairly as he has someone use the hospital's P.A. system to page a Dr. Mars. Claire doesn't want to think about some beautiful, charismatic blonde several years younger than she, so she starts talking. "He believes he's Cupid?" Charles confirms that "he's steadfast" on that. Considering how heavily Charles has medicated the patient, Claire doubts she can be of any help, but Charles notes that he has been "oddly resistant" to medication, and tells her to see for herself. He opens the door to his office or perhaps Claire's office to reveal him. But he's not there. Suddenly, Claire and Charles become aware of the racket coming from down the hall. We hear Cannavale say, "Can't hear you, schizophrenics," which is followed by a group singing The Beatles' "All You Need Is Love," because they didn't let medication slow them down, either.
When the two doctors arrive at the recreation room, they see him standing on an end-table, conducting his makeshift choir. And although the American Idol judges frown upon sound-alikes, I applaud this one, and I'm reminded of Thomas's awesome taste in music, and then I miss Veronica Mars some more, and then I remember the mess that was the middle of its third season, and then I get over it. Claire has no trouble with any of that, nor does she have any trouble picking out which nut is hers to crack. An orderly joins her and Charles; his name is Isaac. Claire asks him to bring their newest patient to her office. Isaac must not be a fan of the The Beatles, because he doesn't even wait 'til the song is over. He faces the crowd and hollers. "That's enough, people." The patients are subdued into silence, except for the lone, brave soul on piano who keeps pounding the keys, waiting for the finale. He obliges and sings the "She Loves You" riff from the end. Yeah, yeah, yeah! His voice trails off as he passes Claire and Charles (mostly Claire), because if looks could kill, hers just killed all the fun.