Abby escorts Birdie and Rebecca outside. She reminds them of their aftercare instructions, and then calls them back and hands them some money, telling them to have a nice dinner tonight. Birdie kisses her hand and calls her sweet. Sam, who was standing nearby, asks Abby if she really gave them a twenty, and then jokes that it's no wonder Abby's patient-satisfaction scores are so high. Abby asks if Sam's waiting for an ambulance, and Sam says it's something like that. A van arrives, and some armed guards help Santiago get out. Santiago does not look much like an upstanding non-citizen, although the handcuffs and prison jumpsuit might be prejudicing me.
Neela, Chuny, Pratt, Shane, and Frank gather around a monitor and examine the photo Chuny took of Jake with his pants down so that they can debate what kind of underwear he wears. Um, Chuny was right there. Couldn't she have just looked? I would have. Shane suggests that Abby can settle the argument, and Abby reveals, "Actually, he goes commando." Boy, she sure has changed her mind on the "not letting people at work know" issue, hasn't she?
Susan and Sam lead Santiago to his mother's room. Santiago asks why they can't just make her eat, and Sam says that's why he's here. Santiago and his entourage of giant security guards enter the room. Susan tells Elena that Santiago is there to see her. Elena opens her eyes and moves to hug her son, but the guard intervenes and says that they can't have physical contact, because Santiago is still in custody. Oh, for crying out loud. Do they really think that his mother, who has been hospitalized for the last few hours, is going to slip him a weapon or drugs or something? And if so, can't they just do a search before taking Santiago back? Elena tells everyone in the room that she hasn't seen her son in six months. Santiago asks how long his mother will live, and Susan says it could be a few days. Santiago gets angry and tells them that they are doctors, and they are supposed to help her. He begs Elena to let the doctors help her. Elena could speak up at any time now and explain why they haven't helped her yet.