In the hall, Benton asks what Finch is doing, and reminds her that he told her parents she was fine. Finch says that she ran it past radiology and that they couldn't say for sure that it wasn't fractured. Benton says that Finch knows that the chances that Tamara's injured are small, and Finch says that Tamara is an athlete and might push herself too far. Benton says that, in that case, Finch should just tell her not to push herself too hard. Finch says that Tamara is under too much pressure, and that she needs a break. Again, I have to note that putting a cast on what is, if it's her shooting hand, probably also her writing hand, is only going to set Tamara further back. Benton asks if Tamara asked Finch to put a cast on her. Finch evasively says that Tamara is emotionally and physcially exhausted. Benton tells Finch that Tamara could always decide not to play, and Finch projects all over Tamara by saying that Tamara hasn't made a decision for herself since she was eleven, and that everything she does revolves around pleasing her parents, her coach, and her teachers. This way, Tamara will get a rest. Benton asks again whether Tamara asked Finch to put a cast on her, and Finch says, "She can't." Benton surmises that Finch is therefore "controlling" Tamara, and Finch argues that she's protecting her. Benton says, "I'm sure that's what her parents thought they were doing, too." Finch, I see what you're trying to do, but you totally are projecting. I'm just sayin'.
As his mom strokes his hair, Jason asks Dr. Dave, "That's why my chest has been hurting?" Dr. Dave tells him, "It's spread throughout your lungs." Jason says, "So, more chemo?" Dr. Dave says that's an option -- to try to shrink it -- "but..." Jason asks, "'But' what?" Dr. Dave says, "The cancer is surrounding your heart." Jason asks, "Am I going to be okay?" Dr. Dave says, "I don't think so." Weaver, unfortunately, chooses this moment to throw the door open and snap, "Dr. Malucci...did you leave something of mine in Trauma?" He snaps right back, "I'm busy." Realizing she's made a huge faux pas, she quietly apologizes and closes the door." Mrs. Bender hugs Jason. Dr. Dave looks sad. Ouch.
Somewhere warm and sunny, a "For Sale" sign lies on a lawn. Mark pounds on the front door, yelling, "Dad?" over and over until David "Holling" Greene, looking confused and possibly a little drunk, finally opens the door and says, "Oh, it's you." Mark holds up his key, and with forced cheer asks, "So...you changed the locks?" Holling asks Mark what he's doing there, and Mark says he was worried about Holling, since no one could find him, and Holling wasn't answering the phone. Holling says that the "damn realtor" keeps calling, and that he doesn't know how many times he has to tell her that the house is off the market. Mark asks if he can come in. Holling steps aside, and Mark sarcastically asks if Holling wants to search him first. Dude, trust me -- no one wants to "search" you.