Bright says he's sorry, but he just thought this was normal office flirting. Jillian says, "Oh, please. This is what you did at your last job, which is why you got fired." Rose, who hasn't heard this beautiful story, is all, "Wha?" The moderator tells Rose that, when they checked with Bright's previous employer to determine patterns of behavior, they learned he was terminated because he was "caught half-naked with a co-worker in a broom closet." Here, Bright nods and smiles to himself in fond remembrance. Rose is mortified, horrified, stupefied. She growls at her son, "You never told me that." Bright tells Rose that there were a lot of other reasons he was let go, and besides, that was different -- he wasn't dating her, and the rules at a restaurant are completely different. Jillian pipes up, "But you didn't bother to follow the rules here, either." Shut up, Jillian. I can understand that you are upset, and why, but bringing charges against someone for what appears to just be an unceremonious dumping is, as my daughter would say, nutso in the klutzo. Bright looks unapologetic, which breaks my heart, and Rose sees this. The moderator says she thinks the thing to do now is to transfer Bright to another department, and she hopes this won't happen again. Rose stands up and walks out, but before she does, she turns to give Bright one of those disappointed looks that only a mother can give. Bright shrinks in his seat, AS HE SHOULD.
Back at the clinic, Amanda and Treat are finally led into John's room. Amanda says she doesn't understand; John looks exactly the same. John's doctor says to just give him a moment to find them, and tells John that there are people here to see him. John fixes his gaze on Amanda and smiles. Amanda can't believe it. She says tearfully, "He's smiling! Oh my God." Treat introduces himself to John, and the other doctor says he knows. To prove it, and (one can only hope) to make both of these idiots feel like shit, John's first unsteady words are, "Thank you, Dr. Brown." They stare in disbelief as we go to commercials.