A cop asks Carter whether the perp that shot Eddie has come into the ER yet. Carter says that they don't have any news, and the cop says they'll be with Eddie's family, so that they can be notified when the perp arrives. Abby rushes up and gives Carter the bullet on Jordan, which Carter immediately diagnoses as a rule-out appy. As they talk, a woman walks through with a miniature horse. Abby gives them a look like, "The hell?" Carter missed it.
Pratt finds Chen crashed out on the couch in the lounge, so he wakes her up. She apologizes and says that she was waiting for the coffee to brew. They need Stop and Serve, or Pause and Sip, or whatever my coffeemaker has that lets me pour a cup while it's brewing. Pratt asks if she's okay to work, and she says that she is, so he explains his nephew-wrestling case. Chen barely glances at the chart before signing off on it. Pratt asks if she wants to see the patient, and Chen says that she trusts him. Bad move. And she of all people should know that by now. Pratt asks after her father, and Chen says that he has a nurse sixteen hours a day, and then she cares for him alone all night. Malik bursts in and says that the perp from the cop shooting is coming in. Chen sighs and stomps out. Yeah, stupid people getting hurt and taking her away from her nap.
The paramedics wheel the perp in. Braids straddles his chest, does compressions, and explains that he has multiples GSWs to the chest and abdomen, and had no pulse in the field. Backseat Cop runs up and verifies that it's the guy that shot Eddie. Neela asks how long the perp was down, and Braids says that the cops had to secure the apartment building first, which took forty-five minutes. Chen and Neela complain about the delay, but Backseat Cop points out that if there had been a second shooter, the paramedics would be at risk. Yeah, I'm sure that was totally the reason why the cops took their time saving the life of someone they think shot one of their own.