Blah dee blah bad kid, blah dee blah bad parent, blah dee blah enough with this freaking theme already. The pediatric specialist tells Gangly Doctor just to prescribe the Ritalin. Nice.
Dr. Klein is scribbling something on a medical chart when Plucky Receptionist strolls up: "Do you think I should bring him a blanket?" They both look up and over at Jimmy. PR says she heard surgery was "pretty tight." Ollie confirms that it was "pretty much touch-and-go all night." So, it's the next day and everyone is still wide awake and attending to Ellenor? Wow. That's some good service. Then, without mentioning the blanket business any further, PR strolls right by Jimmy. He's splayed out on the couch in the waiting area, using his jacket as a makeshift pillow. Then we move back to Dr. Klein as she enters Ellenor's room, stating that she wants to check on her once before she goes home. Ellenor cracks, "They actually let you sleep?" Ollie fiddles with her blankets and retorts, "Yeah, every third night." Ellenor explains that she and Ben are friends, and she wants to know what really happened during surgery. Dr. Klein doesn't think Gideon would hold anything back from Ellenor; apparently, that's not "his style." No, his style is called Showing No Emotion Whatsoever. Ellenor gives Dr. Klein the stink-eye, so the doctor explains how the baby's heart rate went down, then back up, but there's nothing to worry about. Then Dr. Klein leans over to see if Ellenor is draining properly. So, of course, she leans over her very pregnant belly, and, of course, the two of them wax philosophical for a minute about the power of a woman's reproductive abilities, and I take this minute to pull out a book of poetry and read up on my feminine side. Yawn. They share a Moment about single parenthood. Ollie thinks Ellenor is brave, where's the father, oh, she wishes she had somebody (should we be calling Ted McGinley, or was his contract for one episode only?), and is Jimmy not just sitting right outside, ready to be there for Ellenor in the absence of the rest of the firm? Ellenor asks if Ollie sees single parenthood in her future; she rolls her eyes and says, "Well, strong women seem to scare guys off." Right -- blah stereotypes of all kinds, blah more bonding, blah heart full of love blah, more platitudes blah, the touching of the stomach blah. Blah. Blah. BLAH. And then Ellenor has a seizure. A full-blown, shaking to the bottom of your boots, eyes rolling back into your head seizure. Dr. Klein does some doctoring, tells Jimmy to get out of the room, and then leans in to say, "Stay with us, Ellenor." Blah.