At the hospital, Mark steps off the elevator and smack into Death Room, where police tape has been pasted over all the doors, and crime-scene photos are being taken. He walks to the nearest open doorway and looks inside at the puddles of blood, and the cops gingerly stepping around them. Behind him, we hear Carol's voice -- about as welcome as a root canal -- ordering Malik to get her various supplies. When she notices Mark, she stops, and tells him she just heard. She asks how it happened, and he asks if they may talk about it later. They walk together down the hall, and he asks what's coming in. She says it's a multi-victim trauma -- an assembly-line accident. Yeesh. She says she told the dispatch they could take two majors and six minors. Mark asks their ETA, and she says, "They're rolling up, but I just realized we're down a doc and a med student." I'm sure Carter's very sorry he's fucked up your day, Carol. Why don't you page him and let him tell you himself? And I'm sure Lucy would apologize -- if she could -- for so recklessly getting in the way of Paul's knife, but hey, look on the bright side: At least you know you won't have to start any more IVs for her, right? GOD, Carol sucks! Lisa walks by, on her way to the lounge I'd guess, and Mark asks her if she's off. She says she is, but agrees to cover when he asks. Carol thanks her, and Mark moves off to the desk, where he takes a deep breath. He doesn't get to pause for long, though, as we hear Doris's voice give the bullet on one of the assembly-line accident victims. He turns around and goes to meet the gurney.
Weaver crutches into Lucy's OR. Romano is standing over her body, stitching, and explains, "I had to close her chest." Weaver picks up a pair of scissors to cut the thread; the camera cuts to a shot of Lucy's face, as the thread appears and Weaver snips it. Romano quietly thanks her. Weaver looks into Lucy's immobile face, and reaches down for the top of the sheet. Romano reminds her, "The nurses can do that," and she replies, "I know." Weaver draws the sheet over Lucy's face.