Abby lies on the back seat and watches the scenery going by. Loose tells Little C to stop crying. Abby speaks up and promises that she won't tell anybody what happened, and that she just wants to go home.
Susan does paperwork in the lounge. Weaver walks in and asks if she's hiding out, and then admits that she used to use the utility closet for the same purpose. Weaver asks how it's going. Susan lies that it's good, and then admits that it blows: "Every time I turn around, I'm either offending someone or hurting someone's feelings, or acting like a total...crab." Weaver deadpans, "Tell me about it. It sucks to be in charge." Susan asks what Weaver did. Weaver advises her to get used to not being liked, which women have a hard time with. Weaver thinks that being in a position of authority means pissing people off and losing friends. I agree with the part about developing a thicker skin, but I don't know that I agree with the part about losing friends. Although I think that depends on hiring people who can understand the difference between business and friendship, which Susan didn't do. Susan considers the advice as Weaver leaves, and then dials Abby's phone and leaves a message saying she's worried, and apologizing for her actions earlier.
Abby's still in the SUV. It stops, and Abby steels herself. Loose opens the door and tells her to get out, because they have business to take care of. Abby looks confused, and gets out. She realizes that she's at County. She cries in front of a bad blue screen. Little C tells her, "Thanks, anyway," and they take off. Abby stands there shivering for a while and then, crying, makes her way carefully toward the ER doors. After a few steps, she starts running, and we fade to black.