Susan, assisted by Wendy, examines Jeff Barr, a young dude in a green and black flannel and a quilted vest. In the course of the neurological exam, he tells Susan he's in "Cook County General," which the hospital rarely gets called in the course of the show. He also exposits that it's St. Patrick's Day. Susan checks his nose and neck and says he's fine; we can see he has a few small scratches on his face. Susan tells Wendy to get a facial x-ray for him. As Susan shines a light in Mr. Barr's eyes, he smooths, "You're beautiful, Doc." "Thank you," Susan replies flatly. "You married?" he asks. "No, I'm a doctor," she says. He starts to proposition her, but she grabs his chin and shines the light in his mouth before he can humiliate himself further. She kindly tells him, "Take it easy, Mr. Barr; you wouldn't want to fall on your face twice in one day."
Benton examines Old Lady Blood Puker. He appreciates some pain in her abdomen and tells someone to call the OR, though he doesn't say what might be wrong with her. She starts to crash. Oh, man, Malik looks like a fetus. They shock her.
Susan walks into an exam room, where two cops stand by the bed of a patient writhing in pain. Susan asks where the paramedics are. Getting no answer, she tells the cops to help her get the patient's clothes off. The cops exchange a "whatever" look. Susan's like, "Seriously, get his clothes off." The guy begs, "Give me something! I can't stand it!" Susan gently tells him she'll give him something for the pain and tells him to hold on. Carol hurries in, and Susan quietly tells her, "Notify the orthopods we have an open fracture." I love that word, "orthopod." It sounds like something astronauts would probe. Carol takes off again, Susan calling drug orders after her. Susan asks Open Fracture whether it hurts anywhere else. "My knee," he sobs. Doug appears in the doorway, offering to help; Susan tells Doug to check OF's knee.
Then there's a scene that exists for no reason except to show us that Benton is willing to keep working on Old Lady Blood Puker even though she seems like a hopeless case, and even though there are other patients stacked up waiting for his attention. Also, it sounds like Benton pronounces Haleh's name "HAIL-uh" at one point, but I could very well have heard that wrong. Anyway, Benton's a hero, I guess.
At the ambulance bay, Timmy's still directly traffic. He returns to the desk, where Carol hands him a chart and says, "Call Pathology: we've got a customer who isn't going to be charged services. The name's Canelli."