BH approaches Peter and says that he told his father. Peter puts down his paperwork and says, in a more heartfelt manner than Peter usually says these things, "Good for you." Mr. Hearn kicked him out, BH reports, and Peter says that Mr. Hearn might just need "a little time to deal with it," but BH chuckles ruefully (or so the captioning tells me, since I couldn't really hear the dialogue, what with the precipitous and noisy ingress of The Anvil Of Significant Comparisons Between Paternal Situations) and says that Mr. Hearn no longer considers BH his son. Peter says slowly, "I'm sorry." BH shrugs, "At least he knows the truth now. Screw him if he can't handle it." Peter seems genuinely saddened by this, and I wish they'd done more with this storyline.
Lucy breaks the bad news about the detox bed to Art Boy. Art Boy, getting dressed, tells her, "Don't sweat it," and when she says that she can get him into an outpatient program and he needs help, Art Boy snorts, "I need a real job." He says he watched Lucy today, Lucy and all the other doctors and the cops and the paramedics, and they're saving lives while he's "in here for eating paint -- it's pathetic." Lucy tries to get him to stay, but he says that he doesn't need a shrink to tell him he needs to get his act together. "I'll see you around, Lucy," he says as he takes off. Good for you for getting over yourself, Art Boy. Now if you wouldn't mind, Carter needs to borrow that stepladder. Anyhow, Dave barges up to Lucy and asks her to speak to one of his patients. Lucy speaks the magic words -- "go away, Dave" -- and says she doesn't want any more patients, but Dave begs her to speak to Quinn; he explains the situation and adds that "nothing I say seems to be the right thing." Lucy looks at him and says all sarcastically, "Really." Heh.
Carter bags on the hockey game with Hawkeye. Hawkeye diagnoses him with "woman problems." I will reserve comment on that turn of phrase until later. Carter asks for "professional advice" on his lovelornliness, and Hawkeye jokes that he can diagnose a million different diseases, but he still can't figure out women. He does know, though, that "life's too short to waste on regret." Mr. If-At-First-You-Don't-Succeed-Stalk-Stalk-Again shakes Hawkeye's hand and says he'll see Hawkeye tomorrow. Haleh hands Hawkeye some ankle films, and Carol asks if anyone has seen Meg. Haleh thinks she left. Good thing we didn't see thatcoming half an hour ago. Oh, wait. We did. Carol turbo-waddles away.