In the hall, Weaver runs into Peter "Punch Drunk" Benton, who's ushering a patient to the OR. She bellows at him to come see to another patient, but he yells back that his current patient's femoral artery is pumping blood, and that he has to keep his finger on it. This seems like a spurious excuse to me, but whatever. It's like when I ask Glark to help me tidy up the kitchen and he's all, "Wait, I just have to make sure this new videogame works. Well, if it's defective, we could all die!" Anyway, Weaver yells after him that he needs to send her down some surgeons, since she has three unstable patients in need of immediate attention, and a fourth on its way. Benton says that Anspaugh (who? Oh, right) will be taking the femoral artery patient, so Benton will return momentarily. Weaver doesn't look convinced, but it's not like she can force him to leave his patient immediately.
As Weaver heads back in the direction of trauma central, a uniformed cop introduces himself to her as Officer Napolitano. He's played by a minor TV Hey! It's That Guy! but I don't know the actor's name. And does it really matter, in the last recap of the season? No. He tells her he needs someone to "pull out a bullet for the crime lab." She asks which patient; he tells her it's the one with the calf wound, and she says he's stable and that they'll get to him as soon as they can. "As long as we get the evidence," Napolitano stresses. Weaver irritably orders, "Just find the shooter." Hey, you catch more homicidal maniacs with honey than with vinegar, lady.