Doug stomps through the hall. Spotting Tracy, he asks whether she found some patient's chart. Looking harried, she tells him she didn't. "Well, find it!" Doug tells her, more firmly. Tracy stupidly repeats, "Well, I don't know where it is." Doug barks, "Do you think that I am deaf? I heard you! Now find me the chart!" Throwing up her hands, Tracy squeals, "I don't know where it is!" and scurries off. Doug wanders away. Nanny spots him and runs up, asking, "Is it okay?" "It"? Doug quietly tells her that she can go home now, and that she did the right thing. Nanny explains, "I mean, is the baby okay?" If that's what you meant, why'd you say "it," fool? Doug musters his last ounce of strength to smile, and tell Nanny that Beaten-Up Baby will be okay. He walks off. Nanny looks after him adoringly (of course).
In the lounge, Susan exhaustedly pulls her head out of the fridge. She then goes to the coffee maker and picks up the pot, which she somehow didn't notice was empty until she had pulled it into the shot. "Oh, man," she moans. Oh, coffee hijinx. Benton strolls in and asks how Carol is. Susan says, "It doesn't look good." Benton asks whether "they" contacted Carol's family, and Susan says "they" found them. As she makes coffee, Susan asks how Benton's aortic aneurysm went. Benton says that Morgenstern showed up. A voice on the PA calls Benton to Trauma One.
Mark is in the hall when a cop comes in, carrying some other guy on his shoulder in a fireman's carry. Mark gets a bed ready for the cop to set the guy down, and asks what the deal is. The cop says that the patient was standing, blocking traffic. Mark looks at the patient -- an elderly man -- for a second. The cop adds, "But he's got that smell, so I thought I'd check." Mark says the cop did the right thing: the patient has suffered diabetic ketoacidosis, and the cop probably saved his life. They wheel him off, leaving the cop standing with Jerry. The cop looks chuffed at his great save, and Jerry snorts, "What do you want, a medal?" Heh. Jerry takes off, as the cop's face falls.
Mark treats Diabetes, and then leaves the room. In the doorway, Conni reproachfully asks whether he got the message that Jen called. Mark says that he didn't. But...he did! Whatever. Mark checks his watch, and says he'll call her in the morning.