As the camera stays on Weaver, Frank comments, "Great, storm's back. It's snowing again!" Luka calls out, "Hey, is this my hand x-ray?" Frank tells him that if it has Luka's name on it, it's his. He then tells Weaver, "Orbie Coronado from OSHA called back. He said thanks for the address; someone from the INS may be calling." Frank lumbers off, and Weaver -- roused from her reverie -- protests, "Wait, I didn't want him to call the INS!" Luka overhears and demands, "Is that my patient?" Frank says that "they" (and it's not clear whether he means OSHA or the INS) have been having problems with furniture sweatshops in that area. Weaver tells Frank to call this OSHA dude back and tell him Weaver needs to know what's going to happen. "That's great, Kerry," Luka reproaches her. Weaver defensively whines, "Hey! We have a responsibility to report unsafe working conditions!" Luka says, "You don't know that [the workplace was unsafe]. He wouldn't even say how he cut [his hand]." "He was scared!" Weaver shoots back. "Yeah, scared of getting deported," says Luka. "Nobody's getting deported," Weaver insists. Luka stomps off. Frank decides this is the moment to enter the discussion: "Why the hell not? If he's illegal, he's illegal -- I mean, who's paying for this guy?" "Shut up, Frank," Weaver snaps, saving me the trouble.
Carter is examining an x-ray in the hall when Lisa rolls by and says, "Hi." Carter tells her he heard she got stuck with "a couple of grumpy old men." Wah wah. Lisa says, "Horny old men is more like it; they both have chlamydia." Carter asks how old they are, and Lisa says they're in their late seventies, and that the disease seems to be going around their nursing home. Carter jokes, "It's nice to know there's more than shuffleboard in our futures." Lisa ignores the joke and asks whether he wants a "Mr. Baker -- twenty-year-old sickler in crisis." I'm going to guess that refers to sickle-cell anemia. Carter says he had better not. She asks why, and he says it's because he's once again prohibited from "pushing narcotics." Lisa seems surprised that he told Weaver about the now legendary Vicodin slip -- seriously, doesn't it seem like it happened four years ago given how much they've talked about it? -- and Carter confirms that he did, and that Weaver let him stay. "Good for you!" Lisa congratulates him. "Yeah," Carter deadpans, and Lisa says she really means it. He thanks her for the push, and they part ways.