Lucy, carrying Mr. Clayton's lunchbox, comes up to the desk and tells Amira to "call transport" for him. Lucy opens the lunchbox and finds, along with a bunch of loose bills, several black-and-white snapshots. Dr. Dave comes up behind her as she breathes, "He had a daughter," in spite of the fact that when she asked whether he had any family, he said no. Dr. Dave asks whether she's the executrix of Mr. Clayton's estate, and she says she guesses she is. Lisa appears and grabs a chart from the rack. Dr. Dave says hi, and she distractedly says hi back. He asks if she knew it was a tradition for residents to take their med students out for drinks on their first day. Lisa says that she thought he was sick, and he starts to suggest that she could nurse him back to health, but doesn't finish because Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen appears in his eyeline wearing a quite fetching strappy black dress, and he falls all over himself inarticulately complimenting her, ignoring Lisa completely. Chen couldn't possibly care less about Dr. Dave's pitiful advances, and leaves. Dr. Dave watches her go, and Lisa tells him, "Excuse me, you're drooling on my chart." Remembering she's there, he propositions her again. She says, "You're kidding, right?" He slinks off. No need to ask; he's a smooth operator.
Elizabeth emerges from Romano's hospital room, where Benton is waiting to hear the news: Romano has a kidney stone, though not one as big as they might hope, and not one that would require surgery. She thanks Benton for covering for her, and he kindly plays it off. She thanks him again, and steps into Romano's room. Elizabeth asks whether he's going in to gloat, and Benton replies, "Oh, yeah." Heh.
Within, Romano cautions him not to go overboard with the told-yous, and Benton claims he hadn't planned to. He updates Romano on Mr. Barnes's condition, adding that it was a lucky thing Benton was there observing when Romano collapsed. Blah blah blah urinary tractcakes, Benton takes advantage of Romano's weakened condition to leverage Tia's operation. What a nice young man.