Hadley finds herself at the door of an apartment next to a generic liquor store, courtesy of the Fox backlot. I do love the signs on the window of the store, especially the one that just says "LOTTERY!" A man answers the door, and Hadley introduces herself as the doctor who's treating his daughter for leukemia. She says they need him and his wife to give a sample for a bone marrow transplant. The man is confused. A girl walks up behind him holding a bowl of popcorn. Ew. Sophia's rape-o dad got another girl. Or not. "This doctor says you have leukemia," Dad says to her. "I don't have leukemia!" the girl says, as if leukemia was cooties. I think I'd be more alarmed if a doctor came to my door saying I had leukemia than disgusted. Hadley asks if she's talking to Sophia Isabel Velez. The girl says that's her name. "Do you know something I don't?" she asks. "Just that liars lie," Hadley says. I'll bet the real Sophia Isabel Velez knew that already, though. She's cool. I hope this becomes part of the family lore, like every once in while at dinner one of them will go, "remember the time that woman came to the door and said you had leukemia? And then she was all like 'liars lie' as if she was all deep and stuff. Freak." And then they'll all laugh so loud that the guy who owns the liquor store will bang on the adjoining wall and tell them to keep it down in there.
Hadley confronts Nophia. "You stole her identity!" she says. "To protect myself!" Nophia says in a "no duh" tone of voice. How do you steal a 16-year-old's identity anyway? Did the real Sophia walk around with her social security card in her wallet? I guess she won't do that again. Nophia says she was trying to make it impossible for her parents to find her. "We can protect you. But we need to find your parents," Hadley says, not getting it. Why is this Hadley's cause du jour now? What about Kumar? He was so close to getting his own episode. So close ... Nophia says they can just use a donor from the registry, but Hadley says that now that they know she forged her emancipation papers, Nophia is still a minor and therefore needs her parents' consent for any medical procedure. Not so much, Nophia says. All she has to do is get sick enough so that the hospital has no choice but to treat her with donor marrow. Yeah, tell that to the uninsured kids who die from cancer all the time because they can't afford a marrow transplant.
Meanwhile, Foreman has figured out what's wrong with Jonah. He overdosed on iron, thanks to too many vitamins. "I only give him one," Mom says. Foreman turns to Evan, who looks guilty. He says he thought more vitamins would make Jonah stronger. He didn't know they would make him sick. That's why Mom is supposed to tell her kids not to take more than one vitamin a day and keep them out of reach, like my mom did when we took those vitamins. I always wanted more because I liked how they tasted, but she said no, you can't take more than one a day or you'll get sick. So I didn't. I blame the parent, but Evan blames himself, and worries that Jonah will hate him now. I totally thought Evan's kindness towards his brother was all an act and he really hated him and was trying to kill him. I'm kind of shocked to see this show not go there when it's usually so quick to show us the very worst of humanity. Foreman tells Evan not to worry -- brothers love each other, even if they make mistakes.