We return from the break to discover that Rudy's brain is bleeding. Jorge gets scared by this diagnosis and slowly backs away from the discussion, while Mark says he hopes they can prevent an outright hemorrhage. Papa Escalona chides himself for letting Rudy and Jorge into the ring together. Mark, though, has evidence that the bleeding may have started -- or been primed to start -- long before the match, and could be curable by inserting a catheter into Rudy's brain to mend the ruptured artery. Gallant, who had been listening, notices Jorge's depression and kindly reminds him that this could've happened at any time, and wasn't caused by Jorge's fists. But the boy is resolute in his guilt. "It happened when I hit him," he says sadly.
Next up is a tiny throwaway moment in which Weaver mixes up who's in charge of which patients -- she thought Susan was treating Alice, but she isn't. Carter is. Grabbing her chart, Carter sidles up to Abby and Susan and asks if either woman has heard of a semen allergy before. "Maybe an aversion, but not an allergy," Susan cracks. Heh. That would be a new line, eh? "Sorry, Joey. I'm allergic." Carter shares that semen consists of hundreds of proteins that are potential antigens, but neither woman takes the diagnosis seriously at all. Which automatically means that Carter will be right. I hate how that works.
Abby greets an incoming patient named Sean Gatley, who's attached to the Porcelain God. "My foot's stuck," whines Sean. Apparently, the father wouldn't let them break the pot, which Dad claims is called a "personal hygiene system." Mrs. Gatley rolls her eyes. "Ugh, you're out of your mind," she groans. Hee! Sandy Lopez accompanies the gurney, and in the background, Weaver suddenly leaves reception and canes at top speed toward the gurney. It's not immediately clear that she saw Sandy, but I think she did, and rewound it twice to make sure. As soon as she nears Sandy, though, Weaver is the very picture of oblivion, acting totally innocent and surprised when Sandy hails her and introduces herself. "Good job last week," Sandy praises. "I hear the lady and the baby are doing okay." Weaver practically snatches Gatley's chart from Abby and says, "I got this one," without breaking eye contact with Sandy. It's cute.