Nathan asks Kerry where Luka is, because the baby with sialidosis has spiked a fever. Kerry yells over to ask Chuny where Luka is, and Chuny says that she's doesn't know and doesn't care. Kerry and Nathan run out. As they enter the trauma room, Simone says that the baby feels like he's on fire. Kerry asks why the baby hasn't gone up to the NICU. Chuny says that they'd have to ask Luka. Simone begs them to do something for her baby. Kerry listens to the baby's lungs and orders up some drugs. Chuny reminds her that the baby has sialidosis, and Kerry says that he also has an infection. Kerry tells Simone that she'll make arrangements for the baby to be sent to the neonatal unit, and that they'll do everything they can for him.
Romano sits in his darkened office, sulking. Elizabeth walks in and doesn't see him, so she starts to make a phone call. She notices him and asks why he's still there. He snarks that his piano recital was cancelled. Elizabeth tells her nanny that she's on the way home, and hangs up. She tells Romano that he did the right thing. Romano asks if she's trying to convince him or convince herself. Elizabeth says that she went through a period of adjustment after having Ella, and every time she had to treat a child, but that she got over it. Romano spits, "Spare me the two-dollar psychoanalysis, Lizzie." Elizabeth starts to leave. Romano stops her and says, "I know most people don't like me. I don't care. I don't like most people. But I'm good at what I do. I save people's lives. Every day. People who no one else can help. If I can't do that..." Romano chokes up. Elizabeth walks over and kneels in front of him. She says that she knows he's frustrated, but that he's an excellent surgeon, and she promises that he will be again. Romano looks at her, then reaches out with his good hand and strokes her cheek. Elizabeth kind of recoils and says that she's being paged. Romano sleepily says, "Elizabeth?" She runs out of the room, then stops in the hallway and thinks about how her loins are burning for Romano. That might just be my interpretation. I love Romano, and I used to like Elizabeth before she got involved with Mark. I don't know that I want the two of them to get involved, but at least we'd get to see more facets of Romano's character, since I think he's the most interesting character the show has these days. Plus, Paul McCrane is the best actor on the show.