Next door, Chen, Dubenko, and Neela are working on the perp, who is fading fast. The doctors confer, and Chen calls the time of death. Backseat Cop says that the doctors saved the taxpayers a lot of money in trial fees and prison costs. Isn't that part of the Hippocratic Oath? I think right after "First, do no harm" comes "Second, try to save the taxpayers money." Okay, I just looked it up and "First, do no harm" isn't even in the Hippocratic Oath, but let's just pretend for a minute. Carter asks Backseat Cop about his wound, and Backseat Cop shrugs it off. Carter tells Neela to take care of Backseat Cop. She tries to back out, because the guy's a jagoff, but Carter insists.
Abby treats Mrs. Gelden's arm wound and apologizes for the misunderstanding with her horse. Jordan, sitting in a nearby bed, asks whether Ruby is wearing sneakers. Mrs. Gelden explains that sneakers keep Ruby from slipping. Jordan nods as if this totally works for her. Jordan's mom bursts in and says that her husband wants Jordan moved to Mercy. Abby says they'll need to get a surgeon at Mercy to accept Jordan before Abby will okay the transfer. Ruby starts licking Mrs. Gelden's wound, and Abby pushes her away. Mom wants Abby to talk to her husband, so Abby walks off and orders a nurse to reprep the wound and tie up the horse.
Outside, Abby takes the phone and talks to Jordan's dad, who is driving back from Detroit. Jordan's dad is angry. Shane West walks up, sees Abby holding the giant syringe she was using to irrigate Mrs. Gelden's wound, and turns and walks the other way. Does he really think they use giant syringes for flu shots? No wonder he's scared of them. Abby continues to assure Dad that they'll transfer Jordan as soon as Mercy accepts her. Wendall walks up, and Abby waves her over to Mom. Meanwhile, Dad totally hangs up on Abby.