Next up is a florist named Ken, whose shop fell on his leg in the whole wrecking-ball catastrophe. "It's not a shop, it's a kiosk," he wails. Pratt is all up under his blanket and Ken squeals, "Don't touch it! It hurts!" Pratt yanks back his hand, shocked. "Oh, God, I see a light," Ken bawls. They wheel him inside past the med students, who are so utterly dumbfounded that it's possible they're actually just utterly dumb.
The elevator is at it again, piping lethal Muzak into its chamber. Elizabeth huddles in the corner and sucks on the water bottle, willing it to stop. It does not, so she gets out at the ER again and steps into a scene even more chaotic than the last: there's indiscriminate screaming everywhere. It's a lot like her family reunions, I imagine. She bumps into Haleh and asks to be led to the trauma. "You look wonderful, by the way," Elizabeth says warmly, in such a way that you actually feel like Alex is talking to Yvette. It's a sweet nod to Yvette, but it is really jarring in an episode about how cold and detached Elizabeth is. "Eighty-five pounds and counting," Haleh smiles. "Good for you," Elizabeth grins. "You cut your hair?" Haleh asks. "Mmm hmm," Elizabeth sighs with a smile. What? Weird. Maybe they shot this during a break and decided to use it in the show anyway? It's so not Elizabeth, although I'd be fine with it if it was.
In Trauma Yellow, Elizabeth is all business again, working with Chalmers this time. I wish it were Superintendent Chalmers. She calls for an angio catheter, and Weaver hands it to her. "How can I help?" she asks. "Given that there's only one, I don't see how you can," Elizabeth replies icily. Weaver is flummoxed. The secretary freaks, because she's watching and she has no idea what's happening, so Weaver gently explains that they're tubing Chalmers to help him breathe. He also has a collapsed lung, and they're trying to reinflate it. I think the secretary's name is Tammy, and since they don't really offer an alternative, I'm going with that until someone tells me different. Tammy worries that he's stopped talking. "Because he can't," Elizabeth says rudely. Carter and Weaver gape. Elizabeth unceremoniously urges them to get Tammy, "his wife," to a place where they can stop her face from bleeding. "I'm not his wife," Tammy says. "Then you shouldn't be in here," Elizabeth growls. Weaver hurries to Tammy's side to save the situation, calmly encouraging her to go with Luka -- who has conveniently appeared -- so that they can expediently deal with Supernintendo Chalmers's care. "Let us take care of him, and Dr. Kovac will take care of you," she soothes. Tammy nods and goes with Luka, as would any red-blooded woman.