As they resume moving Mr. Jeffries into Trauma One, Finch fixes Benton with a contemptuous, baleful look. "Nothing happened!" Benton insists. Finch ignores him and calls for some...stuff. Whatever. It's the last recap of the season! Morales smirks at Benton, "He really nailed you." Benton orders, "Shut up and mind your business." Hee! Napolitano enters and asks whether the patient on the bed is the carjack victim. Finch says it is. Benton apologizes to Mr. Jeffries for the contretemps with Roger. Napolitano immediately starts questioning Mr. Jeffries about his assailant, confirming that it was a Caucasian male. Napolitano asks whether he was wearing a yellow windbreaker. Mr. Jeffries says he was, and asks, "How'd you know that?" Napolitano exposits that police think Mr. Jeffries's carjacker may have shot some people at a foster-care facility two blocks away from where Mr. Jeffries's assault took place. Everyone in the room is horrified that the two events are related -- because random violence is much more reassuring. With tense, near-fish-eye close-ups, Napolitano asks Mr. Jeffries whether he can remember his own license-plate number; Mr. Jeffries can't. His blood pressure starts to fall and machines start beeping. Before Mr. Jeffries loses consciousness, Napolitano tries to get him to confirm that his car is a black Acura Product Placement. Mr. Jeffries doesn't answer Napolitano right away, and Benton tells the officer he'll have to interview the patient later. Mr. Jeffries gasps, "What's wrong?" and Finch tells him he may be bleeding in his abdomen. Mr. Jeffries asks how they'll know for sure whether he's bleeding internally. Benton calls for an ultrasound. Napolitano repeats his question about the make of the car, and Mr. Jeffries distractedly confirms the officer's information.
Elsewhere, Luka preps the gardener for a chest tube; Lisa assists. Heather relays Luka's explanation to the gardener in Spanish, and then leaves. Once she's gone, Luka busts out his latest means to annoy Lisa: "You almost missed your deadline!" Lisa's all, "Huh?" Luka exposits, "I was eating breakfast and saw your med-school reinstatement form on your counter." Warily, she asks what he did. By way of answer, Luka tells her, "You were lucky. The lady in the registrar's office has a daughter who's a nurse." "'The registrar's office'?" Lisa anxiously repeats. Ha. Yeah right. Registrar's office staff don't do favours for anyone. They hate people. Trust me. I know whereof I speak. Luka concludes, "I told her you had a bunch of night shifts, and she slipped it in with the others." Lisa incredulously asks, "Wait. You handed it in?" Luka says he did: "This morning." Lisa demands, "Luka, why'd you do that?" Luka cheerfully tells her, "It was due Monday!" Lisa informs him, "Well, I didn't want to turn it in!" Luka says he thought she forgot, and she tells him she didn't: "I changed my mind." He asks why; she deflects, "Now they're going to come after me for summer tuition!" Luka irritably tells her he can help her with the money, and she whines, "I don't want help with the money -- I just wanted to let it go." Luka asks why, then, she filled out the form. "I'll get you some xeroform," she deflects again, and takes off. Luka angrily tosses an instrument toward a tray.