Shane buys Arlo a hot chocolate from the Roach Coach. Arlo apologizes for his mom's freakout. Shane asks if Arlo is okay making decisions for his dad. Arlo says that, last year, he was afraid to ask some girl to the prom, but that his dad convinced him to take a chance. Shane smirks that Eddie sounds pretty cool. Arlo is convinced that his dad would want the risk of surgery. Shane says that they can make that happen. Arlo is worried that his mom will freak out, and Shane assures Arlo that it's his decision, and promises to back him up. Arlo looks incredibly relieved that Shane will be there for him. Not for long!
Chuny wheels in a patient. It's the nephew-wrestler that Pratt treated this morning. Chen yells for someone to find Pratt. The patient explains that he got dizzy a few hours ago, but that he didn't come back because Pratt said it wasn't serious. They wheel the patient in to a room and prep for an ultrasound. Pratt walks in, and Chen bitches that he sent home an unstable patient. She barely touches the ultrasound to the patient's belly before discovering that he has a lacerated spleen. She calls Pratt to the side and looks at the chart, realizing that she signed off on him. Pratt says that it didn't seem serious, and that the guy didn't mention belly pain. Chen asks if Pratt even checked a crit, and Pratt points out that it would have been normal. Chen checks the chart again and notices that the patient had shoulder pain. She explains to Pratt that free blood irritates the diaphragm and causes shoulder pain. She accuses him of missing it. Pratt turns it around and says that Chen missed it because she was too tired to examine the patient properly before signing off. Chen has no response to that one.
Admit Desk Central Station. Sam talks to Luka on the phone, but he won't give her all the details until she gets home. Shane walks in and announces that Arlo consented to surgery, and that he's called the proper departments to make it happen. Susan loudly announces that she needs to pump her breast milk. Do her co-workers really need to know that? I know it's natural and all, but still. Abby walks through and says that Jordan made it to the OR. Carter notes that Wendall was busy today. Carter turns around to see if anyone is nearby, and when he sees they are alone, asks Wendall if she has plans after work. She does, but she's quick to say that it's not a date. Wendall says, "You could come along, but I have to warn you, it's pretty physical." Carter pops a boner, but stops to sign a chart for Shane, who totally checks out Wendall's rack as he waits for the signature. Shane tells Abby that he's out of there, as he removes his lab coat to reveal a sleeveless t-shirt. What the hell month is it supposed to be there? Abby complains about the patients Shane is signing over to her, but he shrugs it off. As he walks out, Abby tells him that he forgot something, and when he pauses, she sticks him with his flu shot. Well, at least that semi-justifies the sleeveless t-shirt.