Whipper is on a commercial talking about heart health and seeing a doctor about potential dangers, instead of really speaking out about her specialty: the dangers of too much plastic surgery.
Mitch walks into the World's Largest Hospital Chapel and starts his monologue. He says since he's Jewish, he doesn't really know what he's supposed to do, so he's just going to talk. He says that Kenny is a good kid. He says that Kenny isn't so good at many things and isn't really that much of an athlete and stuff. Oh, hell, just take the kid. He wasn't the right mix of genes anyway. He was a good baby and a good kid and one time Kenny just watched a crow all night long. Hey, I didn't make that up. He says that Kenny came into his bed one night when he was eleven or so and Mitch just held him all night because it felt so good. Instead of saying, "I want to see if he'll be a good man," which is the natural progression of the monologue, he says that Kenny's a good kid and he'd like Kenny to get another chance. Mitch wipes his tears with a "Take that, Meghan." He lights a candle and leaves, and the camera focuses on the hundreds of lit candles in the room, as if there are more than three patients in the Museum Hospital.