"Where the hell is this thing?" Weaver yells, uncomfortable that the stabbing victim still hasn't arrived for treatment. She catches Cleo running out the door. "I'll call to say goodbye," Cleo lies. No one gives her a second look or thought, illustrative again of the impact Cleo had on this show, their lives, and indeed, our own. Frank can't help Weaver locate the missing ambulance because he's been wading through the basement floodwaters scouring for paperwork. "I'm gonna bill you for these shoes," he bitches. Gallant interrupts to announce the ambulance's arrival.
Gallant rushes right up to the open vehicle doors and helps unload the gurney, on which lies a twenty-four-year-old female pedestrian mowed down by a car, and with low pulse, dicey blood pressure and "probable LOC." It's Amy Jo Johnson, a.k.a. Julie from Felicity and the pink Mighty Morphin Power Ranger. Gallant gently asks Julie where she was stabbed, but of course, she didn't have time to get stabbed because she was busy doing a mating dance with some freak's bumper. Weaver appears and berates the medic because the dispatchers didn't warn them of Julie's existence, and failed to produce solid clues as to the whereabouts of the stabbing victim. Frank appears with news that the missing rig got slammed by an SUV at a downtown intersection that lost power during The Storm. Bob the Medic panics and asks whether the driver survived. "I don't know about the driver, but it sounds like the pregnant woman's in bad shape," Frank relays. Weaver's jaw drops -- her stabbing victim is pregnant. God, of course she is! Pregnancy problems are a staple of Very Special Episodes. Weaver connects the dots, then bolts for Medic Bob's ambulance, which is about to leave for the crash site. She tells Frank that Carter must handle Julie's case, and orders a confused Gallant to join her in the field.
In the trauma room, Daniel babbles about his missing brother, but Mark wants him to clam up so that he can get a clear read on the boy's breathing patterns. "Couldn't...hold him..." Daniel sputters. Abby announces that Daniel is retracting like so many stadium roofs. MedEvac Man thinks the firefighters got through to Daniel and Joey's parents, but departs to make sure of this. Purple-red blood trickles out through a tiny puncture-wound in Daniel's belly. "Daniel, you've got a hole in your chest that's sucking in air every time you breathe," Mark says. Did Daniel need to know that? It's not like he should therefore stop breathing. Mark vows to plug the hole. "Did they find Joey?" asks the world's most wooden child actor. Mark looks impatient. He doesn't have time for Joey. "Please, you've got to find my brother," Daniel pleads. Unless Joey is hidden in Daniel's abdomen, Mark won't be breaking a sweat trying to find the kid.