Ben and Lauren enter Jack's hospital room. Jack is in a bad way, and the doctor is trying to help him. Lauren asks what's going on. The doctor pulls Ben and Lauren aside to talk to them. Ben pauses to tell Jack that he's going to talk to the doctor, but that he'll be nearby. The doctor explains that Jack is taking twenty breaths per minute. Lauren asks what normal respiration is, and Ben and the doctor answer simultaneously that it's about ten. Ben explains that he was training to be a paramedic over the summer. The doctor says that Jack doesn't have the strength to continue breathing, and he noticed on the chart that Ben has power of attorney. Ben realizes that they want to put Jack on a ventilator. Ben asks how much time that would buy. The doctor says maybe a week or a month. Lauren reminds Ben that Jack doesn't want that. The doctor brings up pain medication, and Lauren says that Jack wants to stay sober. The doctor knows that, but there's no reason for Jack to be in pain. That's what I'm saying. If he's dying anyway.
Felicity paints in an empty studio. Cavallo comes in and they exchange small talk about how hard studio space is to come by in Manhattan. Felicity thinks for a minute, and then stutters that she "felt a little uncomfortable at lunch, when [he] held [her] hand, touched [her], whatever." Cavallo says that she should have. Felicity looks up startled. Cavallo adds, "If you thought I was making a move on you." Cavallo says that he wasn't. Felicity says that she could have been wrong, and now she feels really stupid. Cavallo explains that he's in a relationship, and doesn't want anything else, "especially from a colleague." Felicity is still really embarrassed, but manages to express delight that he referred to her as a colleague. Gretchen, the girl who did the bad spoon drawing in class, enters. Cavallo explains that Gretchen is helping him put up a show. Cavallo and Gretchen leave, and Felicity notices that Cavallo possessively puts his hand on the small of Gretchen's back to guide her out.
Richard and Elena show up at the loft, on a mission to delete that message. Sean answers the door, wearing a vest made out of playing cards. Richard asks whether they want to hear a secret, and bursts in uninvited. So I guess he's not a vampire. Sorry, I've been watching those double shots of Buffy on FX. Anyway, Richard very obviously gets Sean and Meghan (who is still in the Jackie Kennedy wear) to face him in the living room in order to announce his secret while Elena tries to sneak over to the answering machine. Meghan guesses that Richard is coming out, which offends Richard. Elena manages to press the right buttons, and the machine announces that the messages are deleted. Meghan wonders what's going on, and Elena pretends that it was an accident. Elena and Richard leave in a hurry, saying that the secret wasn't that important anyway. As they leave, Elena says, "Bye, Sean!" Richard says, "Bye, Meghan!" This gives Sean the idea to call their company "Schmegan" because it combines both of their names. All that reminded me of was "smegma" and if you don't know what it means, look it up. Trust me -- it's nothing you would want to name a company after.