Blah bad parent blah. Then Bad Mother leaves her Bad Kid with Gangly Doctor and runs off to chair some fundraising auction.
Non-Lenny trots up to Ollie and whispers in her ear: "You can't stay here two nights in a row." I'm assuming it's Ellenor's room we're watching this conversation from. There is more totally useless conversation about the nature of tragedy and parenthood. Yawn. I take my cue from Ellenor and grab a quick nap. I've had my fill of contrivance for one afternoon.
Gangly Doctor and Bad Kid are playing Battleship. See, he's not such a bad kid after all. In fact, Bad Kid does a relatively humourous impression of Quint from Jaws. Oh, right, Bad Kid and Gangly Doctor are sharing a Moment. Pause. They continue to play, and to bond, and to play some more. If they start playing the Game of Life, I might just have to hurl.
Ollie is walking through a parking garage. She hears footsteps. The music starts to race. She runs to her car. She fumbles with her keys. She breathes heavily. She opens the door to her car. She climbs in and locks the door. She looks uncomfortably at a series of pictures she has taped to the dashboard. Oh, I get it now -- dude who is stalking her used to be her boyfriend.
Ellenor is still pale. Dr. Levkowitz tells Ellenor to get some rest. Ellenor just ignores her; in fact, Ellenor has been ignoring this woman for two episodes now. Ben and Ellenor argue over the semantics of him keeping his promise. He shushes her. Then Dr. Levkowitz reads him the riot act over making the promise in the first place, except Ellenor starts to seize again, which kind of interrupts Jane's can of whoop-ass. The strange, atonal piano crap starts up again as Ben injects Ellenor with some medicine. Her eyes roll right back into her head. They increase the oxygen. Dr. Levkowitz can't believe he made such a promise to a patient. Oh, he made the promise all right, and he doesn't want to see Ellenor's face when she wakes up and he's failed her. Dr. Levkowitz: "What if she doesn't wake up at all, Ben?" Now there's something that's not going to happen. Ellenor's needed back on the set of The Practice next week, people. We all know that this little medical situation is bound to be tied up by then.