Bishop Cromwell has a little Bible -- or perhaps a prayer book -- open in his hands, but he's dozing over it when Luka comes in. Luka asks whether he woke Bishop Cromwell, but the bishop claims he was just resting his eyes. Luka examines a slip of paper in his hands and says that Bishop Cromwell's EKG looks good. Bishop Cromwell seems glad to hear it. Luka asks whether Bishop Cromwell wants Luka to call someone to be with him, but Bishop Cromwell declines, saying that he already called the archdiocese, "just in case." Bishop Cromwell abruptly asks Luka, "What church do you belong to?" Uh, didn't we already go through all this last time, Padre? He's an atheist -- or at least an agnostic, or at the very least is definitely not under any circumstances an observant Catholic. "I don't," Luka curtly replies. "Haven't found one you liked?" Bishop Cromwell presses. "Haven't looked," Luka tells him, hiking up his gown and checking out his belly. "How long have you been in Chicago?" Bishop Cromwell asks. "I don't go to church anymore," Luka says, with some finality. Bishop Cromwell asks why not, and Luka lies, "I don't remember." Bishop Cromwell asks, "You married?" Luka says he isn't. Bishop Cromwell repeats, "Haven't found one you liked?" Cute, but -- "one you liked"? We're talking about a life partner, not a melon. Geez. Before this line of inquiry can go much further, Chuny comes to the door and calls Luka to attend to "a kid with bad congestive heart failure." Luka nods, and turns back to Bishop Cromwell, saying, "The nurse will be in." Bishop Cromwell nods slowly.
In a trauma room, a paramedic I don't recognize tells Luka that the patient is sixteen years old, and collapsed at a basketball game. "Watching or playing?" Luka asks. Bad Heart gasps that he was watching. Luka asks his name, and Chuny says it's Nick. Chuny opens Nick's shirt and sees a long, narrow scar down the center, to his belly. "Whoa," she says, succinctly. Luka asks Nick whether he's had heart surgery before, and Nick replies that he had a transplant six years ago. Luka calls out for someone to call his parents, and someone (not Chuny) says they're on their way. Chuny calls out Nick's blood pressure, and Luka says his lungs are full of fluid: "He's in pulmonary edema." He calls out orders; Chuny sprays something in Nick's mouth. Machines start beeping more urgently, and Luka says, "Notify the transplant team, and order a PICU bed." Nick asks, "They want to give me a new heart?" "Yes," Luka says, quizzically. "I don't want another transplant," Nick tells him. Luka stares at Nick REAL HARD (tm xix).