At the desk "Livin' La Vida" Luka Kovac has just started his shift. And so has Sars, if you know what I'm sayin'. As Mark contemplates the board, Luka comments, "You had quite a day, huh?" Mark sighs ruefully, nods, and tells Randi he'll be suturing. Luka offers to pick up some of Mark's patients (and in the background, you can faintly hear Mark's patients saying, "Yeah! Take us!"), but Mark tells Luka just to take the new ones. Carol wanders up, awkwardly holding very large twin girls in plush fuschia snowsuits that make them look like the fifth and sixth Teletubbies. Dr. Dave, clueless as ever, tells her that pedes is full, and she informs him that these are her girls. Luka asks whether Carol's nanny's sick, and she tells him that she's just new, and the girls were fussy, so she had the nanny bring them in. Luka says they look "content," and Carol says they're always happy after she's nursed them, and that they'll be in the lounge. They are pretty cute. Not as cute as Carlos, of course, but cute. Chen makes an "aw!" as they go by, and behind her, Frank apologizes for having caused her so much trouble. She tells him it was no trouble at all, and tells him to feel better. Dr. Petty -- whoops, I mean "Dave" -- asks what's wrong with "Supernurse." Chen tells him (though it's really none of Dr. Dave's bidness) that Frank's being admitted to medicine, and that she diagnosed Addison's Disease. Hey, Frank: Don't be a stranger. Dr. Dave compliments her on the "good pick-up," and she tells him she plans to go up to the fifth floor later, to keep him company. Dr. Dave laughs. Dude: Give. Up.
Lily runs into non-Robert's trauma room, closely followed by Mark, just as Elizabeth is calling the time of death. Lily leaves to get the death kit. Elizabeth tells Mark, "Such a waste. His organs could have saved so many lives. I couldn't do a thing." Mark tells her, "You didn't have a choice." Elizabeth asks why they couldn't find his family, and Mark offers that he was probably a runaway. Elizabeth bitterly says, "He's someone's son. His parents don't even know he's here." "They may never know," says Mark. Whatever. Yosh comes in and asks Elizabeth to sign a discharge order. She asks for whom, and Yosh answers, "Dr. Greene's father." Elizabeth glances at Mark, and says she'll be right out. Mark waits for the dressing-down, and gets it; she sternly asks why he didn't tell her about Holling's cancer, and he replies that Holling didn't want anyone to know. He checks: "You told him to follow up with oncology," leaving out the "I assume" part. Elizabeth tells Mark that Holling doesn't want to. Mark sighs, and asks about chemotherapy. Elizabeth says that she gave Holling his options. Mark says, "It can improve the quality of his life," because, you know, being a surgeon and all, Elizabeth might not know that. He says that Holling will listen to her. She says that it's Holling's decision, and that she has to respect his wishes. Mark gets in her face and reminds her that Holling is his father, and that he wants to help. Elizabeth tells him that he should just be there for Holling. Mark, frustrated, says, "I won't just sit there when there's something more I can do." With your dad, you mean. Because you took exactly the opposite position with non-Robert. Just sayin'.