At the loft, we get a close-up of the fan in the wall whirring away above Sean's bed. He's already awake when Meghan wakes up and wants to initiate a little action. Sean begins to respond, but then he says that he's got a lot on his mind and that he's getting pressure from the network. He makes up an excuse about the camera breaking, and he runs off down the stairs.
Now Sean is in a doctor's examining room, and the white-coated male doctor is slapping on some rubber gloves. Sean is fully dressed, and the doctor asks him to "drop trou." Why is Sean is still wearing his clothes? Whenever I have to go to the doctor, the nurse comes in and asks why I'm there, and if any nudity is required for the examination, I have to change into a gown before the doctor comes it to see me. Felicity was wearing a gown at the health clinic. You'd think that pretty much every visit to a urologist would necessitate getting nekkid at some point. I don't understand why Sean is spared the indignity of wearing a gown. Anyway, the doc gives Sean's normal testicle a feel, and Sean thinks it "tickles a little bit." When the doctor grabs the other one, Sean winces in pain. I kept expecting that he'd have to turn his head and cough, but it was over fairly quickly. The doctor prescribes a course of antibiotics since he believes that Sean may have an infection in his left testicle. Sean is heartened and says he'll go to the pharmacy right away. The doctor says, "however," then pauses, and I smell a "but" here. Heh, I guess I know kind of what it's like to be a urologist. It's possible that it may be more than just an infection, and the doctor wants to do an ultrasound "to rule things out." Sean freaks and says that an ultrasound is "a waste of time," because it's only an infection.
Felicity is in Dr. Toni Pavone's office, and the good doctor is blabbing about getting Dr. Morton to give Felicity a spot in some exhibition, or something like that. Then Dr. Pavone starts in about the big dry-cleaning bills that go along with smoking. She notices that Felicity doesn't really give a damn, and she asks her what's wrong. Felicity tells her about getting drunk and waking up with a stranger. Toni says, "I'm guessing that you understand how completely moronic - - " Felicity interrupts her and says that she knows. Toni then asks if perhaps Felicity was slipped a roofie. Felicity exclaims that she hadn't even thought of that. Hey, that's what I thought last week! Good call, Dr. T. Felicity concedes it could have happened, and says she's trying to find out what happened when she blacked out. She wonders how she's going to tell Ben. Toni doesn't think that Felicity should tell Ben anything until she knows what happened, but she should abstain from sex. Here's where I have to disagree. I think Felicity should tell him. She should've told him from the start. Dr. Pavone thinks that Felicity only wants to tell Ben so that she won't have to shoulder all of the guilt. I think honesty is the best policy, especially when practically everyone else in your social circle, except for your boyfriend, knows what happened. According to Dr. Pavone, "Honesty is not the most important thing in a relationship. The most important thing is to be kind. Honesty, in some cases -- like this one -- is unkind." Well, I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree. Felicity sits there looking stunned.