In the hall, David asks Finch if Ambrose will have video games, and Finch gets in a dig at Ambrose by describing it as "just like a hotel, really," and asks David, "What's your favorite game, then?" David doesn't respond; he's passed out. They stop the gurney. Broken-Nose Guy wants to know why they've stopped. Um, way to pay attention to your own critically injured kid, BNG. As Finch and Jacobs work David over, Finch orders David wheeled back into a trauma room, and BNG whines, "No, I don't want him staying here." Jacobs snaps, "He has to." Carter appears and offers to help out, and then Benton also appears and wonders aloud why David was being transferred, and they wheel him away. Benton calls out, "We're gonna have to crack him," and Finch sort of rolls her eyes and tries to keep the Broken-Nose Couple from following them into the trauma room. Yeah, yeah, yeah, down-to-earth county hospital good, tony private hospital bad. We. Get. It.
Courthouse. Jeanie, Reggie, Randi, and a justice of the peace wait for Kerry to show up. Jeanie asks the justice, who has just crankily reminded her when "the place" closes, if they really need two witnesses, and the justice says yes, they do. Just then, a schlumpy UPS guy enters the building. Everyone exchanges an "oh, how wacky" look. Well, except me and The Pasha, who exchange a "didn't they do this when Lydia got married in the ER?" look.
Trauma room. Benton and Carter work over David; Finch watches from outside. Carter admits that he's "never done one of these before," though I'm not clear on what "one of these" refers to, and he asks Benton to talk him through it. As Benton prepares to do so, Scoopette stumbles into a suture tray, and Benton orders Conni to "get that woman out of here!" Finally. Conni shoulders Scoopette aside, but Scoopette doesn't leave, and as Mark comes in and asks if Benton needs any help, Benton asks Mark to get rid of Scoopette, and Mark summarily shoves Scoopette and her Dictaphone out into the hall. Scoopette makes officious don't-touch-me arm gestures. Scoopette, go write about a pet show or something. Benton instructs Carter. Mark looks over their shoulders. Success. Mark compliments Carter. Finch sighs and leaves her post by the door.