Shelley, gowned up because she hit her head when she fainted, stares in shock at the blonde girl's wounded body. Weaver spies this. "What's Renee doing here?" wonders Shelley. Weaver is surprised to learn that this Renee is Diana's roommate, and it makes Kerry visibly uneasy to hear it. She asks Shelley if the roommates were close. "No," Shelley chokes. "She's quiet, kind of weird. Diana's moving out in a few weeks to come live with us." She then badly acts concerned about Diana's welfare, and cringes to hear that Diana died. "I'm sorry," Weaver says gently.
Chen is henpecking Martin. "I called your house today," Chen enunciates. "I know you can speak because I heard you on the machine. Why aren't you talking to me?" Hey, I wouldn't talk to her either. Martin looks at her beseechingly and hands her his bright green-and-blue knit hat. Chen isn't interested, so he defiantly snatches it back tearily and hugs it to his chest. "Stop playing games!" yells Chen. "Tell me what's wrong!" Chen, shut UP. Browbeating him clearly isn't the answer. Why hasn't she called for a psychiatrist yet? Why did Ming-Na agree to come back to this show?
Suddenly, we're outside, and Lizzie's regaling Terry with information about Joanne's liver condition. "I'm a match, aren't I?" Terry demands. Lizzie coughs that a transplant would be totally curative for Joanne, with minimal risk to Terry. "Someone as young and healthy as you should recover completely," Elizabeth insists. "Three days?" Terry asks. "Six weeks," Elizabeth corrects her, sensing that Terry's interest has waned. Terry wants to do it after the playoffs are over, but Elizabeth doesn't want to wait. "Pretend she didn't have a sister," Terry suggests. "What would you do then?" Elizabeth, startled, guesses they'd put Joanne on a waiting list for a dead donor. Terry clearly isn't eager to help and claims Joanne wouldn't do the same for her if their roles were reversed. Just then, a car horn honks loudly and a sedan smashes into the coffee stand, knocking Charlie the Vendor off his feet and into a puddle of spilled steaming liquid. Elizabeth jumps ten feet in the air and screams for a collar and a backboard for Charlie, while Mark appears to help the drivers -- parents cradling an unconscious young boy who's been passed out for twenty minutes after spending two minutes underwater in his bath.