Mekhi Phifer vaulted to third in the credits. Accordingly, rumor has it that Mekhi Phifers agent gives fabulous blowjobs. The credit order is: Noah Wyle doing a grating rolling-chair tribute to Anthony Edwards, Laura Innes, Mekhi Phifer, Goran Visnjic, Maura Tierney, Sherry Stringfield, Ming-Na, Sharif Atkins, and Paul McCrane. Ill bet Mekhi got so high up because he compromised some salary for visibility. And because of his agents deep throat.
Dr. Elizabeth Frizz-Ease Corday sits silently on the Tube. Were in London. We know this because when she gets out of the Tube car, she passes Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, and Ben is chiming and holding up a big sign that says, You are not in London, Ontario. Cut to the interior of a British hospital, where a resident is presenting his case to his supervisor while his peers listen. Hes giving all kinds of details, such as what the man ate for dinner and how he spent his time before disease struck him down in the prime of his pints-and-pork-eating life. Elizabeth rolls her eyes at all this seemingly superfluous info and whispers something snarky to the man beside her, which rankles her supervisor Jim Piddock, the man who played announcer Trevor Beckwith in Best in Show. Love that actor, love that character, so well call him Trevor. Trevor is annoyed that shes not paying attention and decides to skip ahead to Elizabeths presentation as punishment. Elizabeth considers threatening Trevor with the Angel of Deaths wrath, but then remembers that with a record of suspiciously dead patients like hers, shes bloody lucky to have a job, so instead she bites back the urge and nods stiffly.