Abby and Jake are in the drug lock-up. Ostensibly, they're working, but in reality, they're having a flirtatious conversation about whether or not Abby said "Let's polka" in her sleep a few nights ago. Abby playfully swats Jake and causes him to drop a bunch of IV bags, and they giggle as they pick them up. Weaver walks up and busts them. They both make excuses for what they were doing. Weaver asks why Screwdriver Simon hasn't gotten a bed yet. Jake claims to be working on it. Haleh walks up and tells Weaver that they have no record of Sharon Williams/Helen being at the hospital before, and when Haleh told her that, she became agitated and said she wanted to leave immediately. Weaver takes off to deal with it. Abby teases Jake about his lame excuses to Weaver.
Weaver walks into the room where Helen was staying, but her bed is empty. The other patient in the room says that Helen "kind of bolted." Kerry takes off. Outside, she spots Helen walking away and calls after her. Helen says she doesn't need her test results. Kerry starts calling out all of the things that could be wrong with her. Helen says there's nothing wrong with her, and goes on to confess that she's never been to that hospital before. She concludes, "My name's not Sharon Williams. It's Helen Kingsley. I'm your mother." Kerry stares at her in shock and disbelief. Get used to it, because almost every segment of this episode ends with that exact facial expression on Kerry's face. Don't get me wrong; Laura Innes is a great actor. But it's a little repetitive.