As Carter holds a stethoscope to his back, Stuart works on a laptop computer. Carter asks if he's doing his homework, and Stuart says "that lady" brought him the computer. Carter asks which lady, and Stuart says, "The really cute one with the curly hair? Works in Pediatrics?" Carter recognizes Rena's description, and then tells Stuart that they found out what triggered his asthma. Stuart anxiously demands, "You didn't tell them I told you?" Carter says he didn't have to, since the punks told them. "They told you, or you asked?" Stuart snaps. Carter says that, either way, it's not going to be a problem. Stuart freaks out: "They think I squealed. I know it! Bo is going to kick the crap out of me!" Without going into specifics, Carter says that Stuart won't have to worry about Bo, and that everything will be all right. Stuart slowly explains, "No. It won't! They saw me naked!" Carter says they only saw him from the waist up. Stuart says that they'll make fun of him forever. Carter pontificates, "I knew a boy who was a little husky ["husky"?!], and he didn't have very many friends, and all the kids used to make fun of him, so he spent most of his time studying. And he went on to college, and he became a surgeon, and at his high-school reunion, he took out a scalpel, and he cut the tongues off of every kid who made fun of him. And that boy's name was Roy Cohn. And now you know...the rest of the story!" Just kidding. Carter stopped after the bit about the tongues. Stuart bitterly asks whether that's supposed to cheer him up. At least the story wasn't about how Carter used to be fat and then he worked out a lot. I have to be thankful for small favours at this point.
OR. Elizabeth and Romano toil over Eddie. It looks like they're almost done, and then Romano finds a hematoma of the duodenum. He announces that Eddie needs a "Whipple." Elizabeth complains that it's a five-hour procedure, and Romano cheerfully offers to call Benton. Elizabeth insists that she'll finish. Romano tells her there's no need for her to torture herself, and Elizabeth says she'll be fine, but she needs a bathroom break. Mimicking her accent, Romano repeats, "'A bahthroom break'?" Elizabeth reminds him that she's seven months pregnant, and Romano tells her she should have considered that before she started. Elizabeth says she'll only be five minutes. Romano tells Shirley to call another scrub tech. Elizabeth says she won't go. Romano tells her to go. Elizabeth says she won't, and then, calmly resuming her work, asks Shirley to crawl between her legs and insert a Foley. Romano, bested, tells her to go. She takes off -- sadly, not doing the classic pee-pee dance.