Jeanie sorts charts at the desk. Weaver comes up beside her and says that she didn't know Jeanie had decided to become a foster parent; Bob had just called Weaver to check Jeanie's references, and Weaver thinks that would be great. Jeanie says it would be, but it's not going to happen, and she's not sure why, but ascribes it to "too many things stacked against" her. Weaver asks if there's anything she can do. Jeanie says no, thanks, and says she'll see her tomorrow.
Mark looks after a kid who's sustained a piñata-related injury. Weaver interrupts him to say that Mr. Terruh is "making a lot of noise," and that she'll need to see "a detailed record regarding the care of his daughter." Mark passive-aggressively jokes, "Your new charting system should help." Weaver says this is serious, and asks if he understands the position in which he's put the hospital. AGAIN we go over the terms of the disagreement. Mark: She's over eighteen. Weaver: She signed a D.N.R. and gave her father power of attorney. WE GET IT. Carter breaks the stalemate by saying that Terruh is "throwing P.V.C.s" -- ten to twelve, if that means anything to anyone. Mark asks if Carter gave her lidocaine. He says he hasn't yet, and wanted to check whether she was still D.N.R. Simultaneously, Weaver says "yes" and Mark says "no." Carter says, "Okay," and asks what he should do if she codes. Mark tells him to resuscitate her; Weaver tells him not to. Mark says she's his patient; Weaver says she can't let Carter ignore a standing D.N.R. Mark says she revoked it; Weaver says she can't revoke it with an altered mental status. Carter watches like he's at a tennis match. Weaver says Terruh has "mets all over her brain," besides which she's on morphine and "probably hypoxic." Mark says he talked to her, and that she was clear, conscious, and alert. Weaver pauses a moment, and then says, "I didn't see that." Mark says Weaver will just have to trust him. Weaver pauses again, and says she doesn't think Mark is in a state of mind to be objective. Hello! No guff. Mark purses his lips in a way that, somehow, makes his head look more like a penis than usual. Weaver says she thinks she should take over Terruh's care. Mark says she'll have to fire him first. Do it, do it! Carter reminds them both that he's standing there and asks again what he should do if she codes. Weaver firmly says that he should do nothing, and walks off. As soon as Weaver's out of hearing, Mark tells Carter to call him if she codes. Hey, why not split the difference and let Carter take the patient, since she was his patient in the first place?