Erin asks Luka if he's headed out yet, but he's going to wait until Jane's out the door first. "Just get the girl a CT," he says tiredly. Erin charges off to do it and encounters an adorable Gallant. "Hey," he says awkwardly. He asks if she's ever seen some funky medical thing, because he's got one she can ogle, and the subtext of this scene is so clearly, "Have you ever seen a well-hung man? Because if you come behind Curtain Two, I can show you the world's hottest curtain rod." Erin expresses interest in seeing whatever disease Gallant's putting on display, but not until after she's done the CT. After. The. CT. Always prioritize the CT. "Hey, so how long did you stay at Susan's?" Gallant asks to keep her from speeding away. "Not very," Erin shrugs. "I missed my dance," he smiles sweetly. Mount him! I'm not an Erin lover, but come on, how can you not want to get on that and ride it until dawn? "Sorry about that," she says obliviously. "Next time, I promise!" And with that, she trucks off into the distance, leaving Gallant looking shy and a little let down.
The Flash of That Other Other Storyline In This Episode. In Trauma Yellow, Crazy Old Assailant moans, "Did the police come?" Pratt snappily says they probably will, because COA beat somebody up. Luka enters to check out COA. "He's fine, but worried about being ratted out," Pratt says. COA mutters that nobody understands that he did nothing wrong. Luka points out that he did jump another person, seemingly unprovoked. "Are you Jewish?" COA croaks. "No," Luka says. "Then you can't understand," says COA. "I haven't seen him for sixty years, and then I see him on my own street, an old man like me. But that face, I'll never forget." Apparently, Mr. Doric worked for a Gestapo-like organization that rooted out and turned over Jews to the Nazis, and he helped bust COA's entire family. COA ran home to warm them but it was too late; they all got shipped off to a concentration camp, and he never saw any of them again. Luka looks sad. Erin interrupts to say that Chen got called away before they could jointly work up Jane. Luka blinks in confusion. "The hockey girl," she clarifies. Luka blinks again and then tells her to get started; he'll join her momentarily. COA says that he saw Doric laughing at the bus stop and couldn't control his rage. Pratt's skeptical of how COA could be sure, after sixty years, that it was the same man. "Some things stay in your head forever," COA intones. An anvil knocks Luka on the head to try and dispute that theory, but sadly, Luka still broods. COA begs them to help him so he doesn't go to jail; Luka rips off his gloves with somber intensity and exits. He's so good at removing his gloves. Seriously! He's done it enough in this episode, and it's always punctuating a scene with the right tone. And at least he's tearing off something, dammit.