Glark: And so, Janitor Boy was born.
Luka seems to be doing that upper GI thing to Connor as Mrs. Connor soothes the baby. Carol comes in to call Luka away. He protests that he has to "give the contrast," but she tells him it will only take a second, so he interrupts the procedure to join her in the hall, where she informs him that she tried to contact Connor's pediatrician, but that he doesn't have one, which is odd for a child as sick as Connor is. She called around, and found out that Connor has been admitted to the ERs of all the other area hospitals multiple times, and has had multiple laporotomies. Luka patiently tells her that he knows, and has seen the scars. Carol explains that the reason it's odd is that he's only ever really needed surgery once.
Wing Chun: Munchausen by Proxy, much?
Sars: Again, much?
As usual, we're both right. Carol suspects that Mrs. Connor is intentionally inducing Connor's symptoms. Luka is skeptical, and says that Carol can't make accusations like that without proof. She asks him what will happen when Connor's upper GI is negative -- whether Luka will then admit Connor for exploratory surgery. Luka demurs, and tells her he'll consider the Bad Mom possibility.
Finch and Marty's dad are hurrying down the hall on their way to Marty's room. Mr. Marty claims that there's nothing wrong with Marty. Finch informs him about the beatings Marty's getting, which doesn't seem to worry Mr. Marty, who says, "So he needs to fight back!" Finch tells him that's not a solution. Mr. Marty points out (quite unnecessarily, I might add) that he is short himself, and got picked on for it in school, but that he learned to deal with it and so will Marty. Finch asks, "How? By injecting himself with God-knows-what?" Mr. Marty assures her that won't happen again. Yosh emerges from Marty's room to tell Finch that Marty's spiked a fever of 103.