Benton sprints into the Saint Rafe's ER. There is a giant statue of the saint standing across from reception, looming over Benton's shoulder. I had to look up saints' names before realizing "Rafe" is just colloquial shorthand for Raphael, the patron saint of healers. Sorry, Mom. The receptionist tarries while she wraps up a phone call; during that time, Peter peers down the hallway and spots Reese sitting up on a gurney, a small portion of his head bandaged. He runs over to ask Reese what happened, and a nurse notices; she can't field his questions about seatbelts and car seats, so she sputters that she'll find the doctor. This requires little more than pointing to the woman hovering behind Benton's shoulder. "Julia Scoft," she says. "So the police found you?...One of our nurses thought there was a Benton at County with a deaf son." The medical grapevine is a quick one. Scoft explains that Carla and Reese were in a single motor-vehicle accident, in which "[his] wife" swerved to avoid hitting....Well, we never find out, because Benton would rather correct the doctor's assumption about their marriage than find out what actually happened. Scoft pulls back a millimeter and clams up, insisting that she must speak with a relative first. Considering he's a doctor, I doubt her evasive tactics are fooling him. He knows Carla is toast; he read about it on Mr. Showbiz.
"How many people died here today?" Dianna asks Carter while she spins around and around in her chair. She's seated in the corner of a room in which Carter is trying to treat Harmony. Carter blows her off. "You're afraid to tell me," Dianna infers. "This place is full of dead people." Carter is more concerned with Harmony's medical history. "My piercing's been bothering me," she confesses. Dianna weighs in that it's "so dope." Carter, alight because he believes an infection has caused her palpitations, demands to see it. Harmony turns modest, until Carter explains that bacteria from an infection might've snuck into her bloodstream, troubling her heart. "It's important that we locate the source, so we can treat it," he explains. Reluctantly, Harmony spreads her legs to reveal a genital piercing. Ha, except my sister saw that plot twist coming long ago, and she's in England and about a year away from even seeing these episodes. Carter and Yosh look at it, look at each other, then cough and look away. Dianna is fascinated. Dope, indeed. Harmony sheepishly admits that it's been infected for about three months. "I'm going to have to drain it," Carter decides. "Nooooo!" screams Dianna in a fit of drug-induced idiocy. "Don't drain her!" She darts across the room and leaps onto Carter's back; he spins around to try and shake her off. He succeeds. She flies up against the window, slamming her palms and cheek against the glass before sliding slowly onto the ground. She moans. Yosh gazes at her for a second and then offers, "I'll make a new chart." Yosh needs to cut his hair. What with the bob and the specs, he too closely resembles Lane on Gilmore Girls.