Weaver walks into the lounge, where Susan is working on charts. They make small talk about the weather. Susan can't believe that Weaver is really leaving. Weaver asks Susan if she remembers Sharon Williams, the patient from this morning. Susan does. Weaver admits that it's her birth mother. Susan is shocked. Weaver is giddy. Susan says she's happy for her, and then asks if it's weird. Weaver says it's a lot to take in, and while they've talked, Kerry still has many things to tell her. Weaver adds that she's going to go home and change, then go out to dinner. Susan tells her not to worry, that they've got it covered. Weaver says she'll stop by later, and heads out. She stops at the door and thanks Susan, who smiles.
Kerry and Helen have dinner in a nice restaurant. Kerry asks about photos of relatives, but Helen wants to hear about Kerry's childhood in Africa. Helen says the adoption agency told her that Kerry's family was involved in the church. Kerry says that while they were in Africa, her mother helped set up schools and her father was a civil engineer. Helen asks if she liked living there. Kerry says she was different for being white, so no one noticed the crutch. She adds that her parents were older, and their health wasn't great, so they had to move to Minneapolis when Kerry was twelve. They died when Kerry was in college. This is more information than we've gotten about Kerry total since her character was introduced. Helen is sad that Kerry's parents never got to see her become a doctor, and is sure they would have been proud of her. Helen adds, "I'm proud of you."
Kerry, emboldened by that show of affection, says quickly that her biggest regret is that her parents never got to meet their grandson. Helen can't believe that Kerry has a family. Kerry takes out photos of Henry and shows them off. The first one shows Kerry, Henry, and Sandy. Helen looks at the photo and says that between the baby and the full-time job, it's no wonder that Kerry needs a nanny. Kerry's smile fades, but she doesn't correct her. Helen asks if Kerry's husband is a doctor too. Kerry says carefully, "I'm alone now. There was an accident." Helen offers condolences and asks if it was recent. Kerry says it was last year. Helen is very sad, and then tells Kerry that she has to have faith to get through such things. Helen lists off a lengthy Biblical quote to support her assertion. Kerry stares at her in shock and disbelief. And guess what? Commercial.