We come back to Triple D and Treat. Hee. Triple D and the Treats is the name of my new band. I'm the lead singer. Sars is the drummer. ["Hello, Cleveland!" -- Sars] Anyway. The magical medical duo are in a bar, talking about Colin's case over a couple of cocktails. They say a bunch of medical words, and then start using bar paraphernalia to make their points. Treat pours out a packet of sugar, and traces a path through it with his finger as he says, "I dissect around the nerve and transpose it." Triple D drops a cherry into the sugar and asks about bleeding. Treat has an answer for that, too. He picks up the cherry and eats it. More medical blibbety-blab. Triple D grabs an olive on a toothpick and asks, "What if the vessel is stenotic?" Treat takes the olive, pushes it to the other side of the toothpick, and replies, "In that case, I use a stent." Bravo! I loved this scene. They start up again with the medical talk, the main point of which is that it's a very dangerous and risky surgery, and Colin might die. Which we all knew. Treat assures Triple D that he won't mess up, but Triple D suggests a situation that they just can't figure out. Gosh, being a fictional brain surgeon is HARD! I wonder if they should consult Dr. Drake Remore. Triple D says they'll sleep on it, and talk tomorrow. He invites Treat and "the kids" to a tea at his house the next afternoon. All right, a tea! Why don't these people ever have fun parties?
Ooh, Amy and Bright are sneaking out of their house. Amy climbs down that paragon of all television houses that kids sneak out of, the trellis. Bright tells her to be quiet and hurry. Colin waves them out the gate. Badness! Amy's nearly out when someone shines a flashlight on her. It's Patch. "What's going on?" Amy asks her dad how he heard them. He says they're about as stealthy as a gaggle of gorillas. Heh. He says, "Is this Colin's idea of pre-operative preparation, corrupting other youths into committing vandalism?" Amy: "Um, I don't know what you just said, but we're not going to graffiti anything if that's what you think." I thought you were an honors student, Amy Abbott. Big words not that hard. Amy explains that Colin just wanted one day for her and Bright. Patch sighs, and gives her his cell phone. He orders her to call every four hours, and get back in time to get some sleep. Aw, Patch! Cool daddy. Amy hugs him and runs off.