Um. Anyhoo, Luka turns to Gordana and cheerfully says in Croatian, "You don't want to get too close to this one...Let's just say it's not a good idea." Romano regards them pleasantly. "Such a beautiful language," he coos. Then he suggests that he shouldn't keep Luka any longer, because by looking at the board it certainly seems he's already behind on his patient load; tiring of passive-aggression -- so, craving something a little more direct and meaty -- Romano toddles off.
"[Rocket] seems nice enough," Gordana Croatians. "He's a prince," Luka giggles to himself. They exchange pleasantries, and he expresses regret that he couldn't set up the operation at County. Gordana smiles that Mercy's facilities are all new and top-notch, so it's fine. "It may be just as well, then," he says. "That's not what I meant," she amends. "It's okay, this place is falling apart. No money, no staff -- it's perfect for me," he says. He's smiling, but the implication appears to be that he's as run-down as County. But at least he has a staff, and one that we know doesn't shirk the work.