A dude -- whose name I should probably know, since he's in later episodes, but I don't -- dryly narrates, into a dictaphone, his assessment of an x-ray of Jonathan Martin's leg for an impatient-looking Benton. I think they're talking about Frank since, when Dr. X-Ray gets to the part about a "radiolucent density" lodged in the patient's leg, Benton loses it and explodes, "A bullet! A bullet is what it's called." Dr. X-Ray remains unflappable and continues his narration, winding up, "Impression: foreign body in the right lower extremity, consistent with possible bullet." He turns off the dictaphone and Benton grabs the x-rays and runs away.
A heart monitor makes the flatline noise as Susan pulls a sheet over some old dead guy. Mark glances over his shoulder to her and they share one of their annoying "meaningful" looks before Mark turns back to his own patient -- a young, very red-faced man -- and asks whether he's feeling any pain in his back; he isn't. Mark tells him he's got a fractured ankle, but is otherwise fine. Fractured Ankle doesn't seem to care and demands, "What's the story, Doc? Do I get worker's comp?" Mark judges him silently for a second and then snits, "The story? The story is you're still alive." Fractured Ankle starts to whatever about his bills before happening to look over at Susan's dead patient, the sight of whom seems to shut him up. Well, it's a good thing that old man we didn't see at all meant something to someone.