Um, James Brown? The Godfather of Soul should not do Sonicnet.com ads. Please get a life. Thanks.
Oh, crikey -- fade up on Abby outside a suburban home. The chirping of birds accompanies her as she clomps up the front steps and knocks on the door. A teenage girl answers the door literally two seconds later. "Hi, Jessamyn?" Abby asks. "Yes," Jessamyn says expectantly. "Jessamyn -- Chadsey," Abby confirms. Jessamyn says yes again. Jessamyn's mother appears behind her and asks what's the what, and Abby asks, "Mrs. -- Lomax?" and introduces herself, and Mrs. Lomax asks if something's wrong, if something happened "to Terry," and Abby gets herself invited in and explains that she's treating DD's daughter. Mrs. L demands, "Did he send you here?" Abby hastily says that he didn't, and asks if Mrs. L knows that Delia has leukemia. Mrs. L orders Abby to get out and tells Jessamyn to go upstairs, but Jessamyn wants to stay, and Abby pleads, "Mrs. Lomax, she's a child," and explains that Delia needs a bone-marrow match, but Mrs. L tells her again to leave. Abby says that if Jessamyn matches, Delia will have a much better chance of survival, and she asks Mrs. L to "at least let us try," but Mrs. L says in so many words that she doesn't care about her ex-husband "or anything to do with him, can you understand that?" Jessamyn tells her mother to calm down, but Mrs. L blows her daughter off and opens the front door, saying to Abby, "Now, please. Leave." Abby gives it one more go, but Mrs. L threatens to call the cops.
At the used-car lot, Luka is dorking out in a big way, reading out the information from the stickers in a booming Crazy-Eddie-of-the-Balkans voice. Carol can't help smiling -- when a cute boy makes a fool out of himself trying to impress you, it's hard not to -- and says to him, "You're really enjoying this, aren't you?" Luka keeps goofing off. Carol busts on him for thinking she'd buy a Dodge Dynasty. (Good point; I've never even heard of that model before.) Luka refuses to ease up on the spazz throttle, and winds up yanking the antenna clean off of a Mercury Sable as a result. Carol guffaws.
This anti-hilarious episode of Kooky Kroatian Komedy Hour is interrupted by even more non-merriment, this time in the form of Edgar, who hides behind an equipment cart and peers out fearfully at Kerry. Kerry, examining an x-ray, spots him. Cue Music Of Overly Mannered Wackiness as Kerry pretends not to see Edgar, then hails Malucci and alerts him to Edgar's whereabouts. Malucci goes to collect Edgar. Whatever.