Outside, Lisa tells Chen that she looks great, because she does. Chen snorts that she still has a few pounds to drop, and Lisa tells her that you can't tell, because you can't. The ambulance pulls up; Chen, dressed only in her lab coat, shivers that she should have brought out a jacket; Lisa tells her to go get a jacket, but Chen says she'll be okay. The doors of the rig open and Pam says that the patient -- the four-year-old, of course -- had a grand mal seizure at his pre-school. A civilian hops out of the rig -- played by the same woman who was the dog-fixated contestant in Drop Dead Gorgeous -- and says that they were just finishing arts and crafts when he started shaking and wet his pants. Lisa asks whether she's the boy's mother, but she says he's his teacher. Pam calls out his vitals. Chen asks the teacher whether the kid -- Zack -- has a history of epilepsy, and the teacher (let's call her Miss Pre-School) says he doesn't, that she knows of. Chen leans over him and loudly calls for him to open his eyes, but he doesn't. Just then, Bishop Cromwell's priest-assistant -- let's call him Father Lackey -- shows up and asks Chen to help him. Chen, having been off since before Christmas, doesn't recognize him, and asks him whether he's hurt. The priest stammers, "No, no, no, it's not me. He's in the car. He's very weak." Chen asks Lisa to go.
Following Fr. Lackey to the car, Lisa asks what's wrong with the patient (and, gee, I wonder who it'll be? Not). Fr. Lackey says that he's having trouble breathing, that he's been ill, and that the current crisis started a couple of hours ago. They reach the car; Lisa opens the door and peers in; coming as a surprise to no one, it's Bishop Cromwell. "Hello!" he greets her, warmly. I can't tell whether she recognizes him or not, but she must, because of the Luka connection. Anyway, she asks him whether he can walk, and he allows, "I don't think so."