Cut to Sid and Mrs. Frenchie sitting in the cafeteria. Mrs. Frenchie calls herself a "dirty slut." Sid tries to tell her she was just blowing off stress, but she doesn't think her husband would see it that way. Sid doesn't think she has anything to be ashamed of, but he does. Mrs. Frenchie says that she "has physical needs" that her husband "has not satisfied...in a good long time." Sid asks if this was going on before the lymphoma, and Mrs. Frenchie says he had zero interest in her that way. Sid starts thinking.
Ben and Lab Guy look at the MRI results on the patients in their clinical trial. Apparently, all of the readings show that the tumors should be shrinking, but the tumors are not. Ben says that it's been three weeks. Lab Guy think they might "turn the corner" next week. Ben says that they can't keep doing this for much longer, because the patients could be seeking other treatment. Lab Guy isn't ready to say it's not working yet. Maybe they should have Max start writing a press release that says, "Oops!"
Sid is telling Mr. and Mrs. Frenchie that "men need testosterone to produce normal amounts of blood." Frenchie has a low level of testosterone. Frenchie doesn't believe it, and wonders how Sid came up with this outrageous theory. Sid says that Mrs. Frenchie worries. Frenchie says that "she paces all night with worry." I don't think it's the worry that causing her restlessness there, Frenchie. Sid says that Frenchie can "wear a patch, just like [he's] quitting smoking." Mrs. Frenchie is all happy. Frenchie starts crying. Then he kisses Sid on both cheeks and says he loves him. See, because he doesn't have much testosterone, he's like a woman. Ha. Ha. Not.
Ben sees Max in the parking garage. Ben says he was meaning to talk to Max, and in response to Ben's query Max says that the study is going fine. Ben says it's "stupid" that they're not talking. Max reveals that the board is "breathing down [his] neck" because the technology is not bringing in patients. They have to fill the beds, and the board ate up the news of the clinical trial. Ben says he should've talked to Max instead of "flying off the handle." Max says that his contract is coming up. Ben didn't know Max was under this kind of pressure. Max is worried that he'll be fired, because he loves his job. Ben just stares and feels like an ass, which has been most of his role this week. Then, he tells Max that the drugs aren't working.