Since Ed's packet of maybe-medicine was never opened, Mere takes it back to the pharmacy and gets there just as the pharmacist is leaving. Mere tells her that she's got patient 122's packet (remember this for later, though you'll also hear it a few more times to make sure you don't miss it) and so the woman turns back to the locked door and REALLY OBVIOUSLY punches in the security combination to unlock it. I mean seriously, there might as well have been cartoon neon arrows pointing as she reached over, leaving a wide, clear line of sight for Meredith to see what the code is. Why not just write it on masking tape and stick it over the handle, if you're going to be so indiscreet about it? Once she goes inside we get a long shot of Meredith's overly-nonchalant face so that we have absolutely no doubt that she just happens to know the code now.
Henry is back this week, though he doesn't look so good. He opens the door to his apartment to let in Teddy, who is there to tell him if his symptoms are normal or if he needs to go to the hospital. She checks him out as he tells her his blood sugar is low but he has no juice, and then he finally actually sees how she looks -- which is smokin' -- and realizes that he pulled her away from a date. He feels awful but she assures him that he actually saved her from an awful date, and that she got out with the only good part of the night, which was the cannoli. Conveniently now he can use that to up his blood sugar, which should fix him right up for now. As Henry takes a bite of medicinal pastry he has her tell him about the date, and the two sit together all cute and eat and chat.
Alex walks in to Doris' room just as she is trying to light up a cigarette. He's horrified, though I suspect that's more because she could accidentally blow up the room and less because she might extinguish her own life in the process. She is, predictably, mad, but then she brightens up a bit as she asks Alex what her number is. He hems and haws but she browbeats him into admitting that it's actually gone down to a 0.6. She coughs, and as she struggles for breath Alex has a moment of pity and tells her he's sorry. She just spits that he should be, and he's worthless and it's all his fault, and then she screams at him to get out.