Gimpy complains in Trauma Green. He just likes to bitch and moan. You'd think he'd be a little more polite and encouraging of the people who are trying to rebuild his leg. Pratt has Neela with him. "What is she, ten?" shrieks Gimpy. "Almost sixteen," Pratt cracks. Neela frowns a little. She seems shy and sweet, but I'd really like her to have a sense of humor. She needs to laugh once. We then get a very pointed moment of audio clarity, in which Pratt tells Lester The New Bearded Med Student From Somewhere That Isn't The U.S. to call the OR folks and tell them to fetch Gimpy in no more than three hours. As Pratt makes a move to bolt for the bathroom, Abby points out that Neela needs supervision, so Pratt flags Gallant to do it. Abby groans; I can't tell if it's just general aggravation or because Pratt didn't turn to her to supervise Neela -- but if it were that simple, why would she have pointed out that there needed to be supervision? I'm not clear.
A fat drunk guy puked in the hallway. This time, I think it's Campbell's Cream of Mushroom -- they really went for texture. Chen and a blond nursing newbie struggle to lift him; Pratt stops en route to the restroom and helps them. The blonde leaves, queasy. "She new?" Pratt asks. "She's wearing white pants, isn't she?" Chen bitches. "Why, want to date her?" Memo to Chen: You are not twelve, not by a long shot -- the craters on your face tell all -- so stop acting like you are. Pratt's startled, and won't let Chen stalk away in the manner to which she's grown accustomed. "I thought we were good -- cards on the table, no hard feelings," Pratt protests. "No feelings whatsoever," Chen snots, continuing her flounce until she's off-set, where I hope she stays. She is insufferable. Anyone who thinks Abby's the most immature person in the ER should watch this scene again, because Chen is really trying to usurp the throne.