Abby, Howard, and Penny scramble through Marta's paperwork to see if there's any more information about her. Unsurprisingly, there is none. Abby begins to open the door and hears Marta's aunt immediately saying, "She's better, now we go." Abby whispers to Penny to get a guard over there. Then she enters the room as calmly as she can and completely ignores the aunt, who is barking at her to let them leave. She leans down to begin an examination. "Hermanos?" she asks Marta, grinning. "Sisters," Marta says slowly. "Three." Abby points to the cut, and the aunt interjects that the girls play crazy sometimes. This woman is the least convincing liar in the world. Malarkey could out-lie her, and he's a raving idiot. Abby notices bruises and possibly burn marks on Marta's back, and as Marta tries not to react, Abby orders her to remove her pants for the complete examination. Here, the aunt explodes and drags Marta out of the room by her arm. Ouch. "We don't have time!" screams the aunt. Abby yells for the guards to stop them; they corral the aunt, but Marta runs. Abby gives chase, but it doesn't matter, because Marta hit a dead end, and collapses onto the stairwell in an effort to scramble away from Abby. "I don't want you to touch me, slut, puta!" Marta screams. "Tranquila," Abby urges her. "I'm not going to hurt you! I'm not going to hurt you." Marta cries quietly, and we fade to black sort of feeling like we're leaving in the middle of a thought.
When we return, Weaver is talking to Shane West -- um, "Ray" -- about his clothing. It's curious that they left in this scene after excising just about any other in which we actually see Ray wearing anything but a lab coat. Shane West must be sucking it up like a colonic. I heard he's having trouble with the medical jargon. Hey, TPTB -- it's called an audition, ratmonkeys. Febreze the casting couch and get out and do it right next time. Anyway, Ray is wearing a CBGBs shirt as Weaver tells him that his whole look is creating discomfort. "For patients, or other doctors?" he asks. "It's the jewelry, isn't it?" Weaver shrugs. "Nah," she says. Good, because...what jewelry? "Fingernails, tattoo, hair?" he asks, holding up his jet-black manicure. "It's the whole package," she says. Ray tells her that he'll ask his bandmates if he can pull up on the bad-ass rock image for now, and as he walks away, Weaver is wearing what can only be called an affectionately amused smile. What? What have we missed? She doesn't smile at anybody that way. There are some who think it can't even be done. Also, for the record, I don't care about Ray. I love how much cash the show has probably wasted on him, only to use him in the compelling and historic "His Manicure Was His Downfall" scene. Incidentally, too, almost all he's done so far is (a) flirt with Weaver, and (b) make Weaver smile, as we see here. If they have him try to turn her, then by God, I will sit back and watch and yell a lot. Mark my words.