Norman happily reports to Mrs. Chapman that her son isn't on drugs, but rather than relieved, she looks confused to have been wrong. Norman is happy, and tells her that her son is "fine," which causes Bailey to look up and watch the events unfolding with some degree of worry on her face. Mrs. Chapman insists that this isn't like her son. Alex says they should run more tests, but Norman interrupts to say he's just being a teenager. Hunter replies, "You have apple hair. I threw a pancake in the river. A pancake!" As he examines Hunter, Alex asks him if he knows what he said, and he's not sure, but he was just trying to say he wanted to go home. Alex orders a full neurological exam.
George is examining Connie, who is clearly terrified, as her friends assure her everything will be okay. She asks what if it doesn't work and says, crying, that it's her last chance to talk. Elaine tells her to say whatever it is now, which earns her a slap from Joanne for being morbid; Joanne assures her again that it'll be fine. She wants Connie to have no regrets, which clearly catches George's attention, but despite her assurances, Connie balks. George then blurts, "You should tell them." He then says that he knows sometimes things don't go how you'd like, so if she has anything to say, she should. I can already tell this is going to be really great advice and that no one at all is going to regret it. Connie turns straight to Jo and tells her she has to stop wearing those pants. Jo's taken aback. "They make your ass look like two puppies are struggling to get out." She then says all Joanne's pants are too tight, and begs her to buy new ones. "And Elaine, your breath is godawful." She quantifies it by saying she knows Elaine's got good hygiene, so she needs to see a doctor about it. She also tells her to get a new hairstyle as the eighties have come and gone. Is it mean to say she's not wrong? Elaine's got an auburn frizzy-perm look similar to one I sported through sixth grade, complete with it being held half-up with a clip. Unfortunately, there really was a time for that look, but very, very fortunately, it isn't now. George is watching, clearly not having expected this. Her friends look stunned.