Wilson stops by the nurse's station and talks to a woman who is either a nurse or his physician's assistant. She's sassy, too, and makes a crack about the age of Tucker's girlfriend before sending Wilson off to see Dell, one of his regular patients, whose grandkids Wilson is happy to have just missed a visit from. I wouldn't even bring them up, but they Will Be Important Later. And by later, I mean right now, as Wilson says hello to Dell and says his tests are looking good following his latest round of chemo. This is seriously boring, so Wilson gets a page to somewhere better. Before he goes, he asks Dell about his grandkids. When Dell simply says "they're fine" and doesn't brag about their latest accomplishments nonstop, Wilson asks if he's feeling depressed. Well, more depressed than usual given the fact that he has cancer and has endured five rounds of chemo, which can't be fun. "I guess I'm feeling a little more down than usual. Can you give me something?" Dell says, totally trying to score some extra morphine. Why not? I would. Wilson says he's going to order some extra tests on Dell just to make sure that his new depression isn't a sign of something else. So now Dell's insurance company can be depressed, too.
Wilson heads for Tucker's room to respond to the page. Tucker's foot is feeling a bit tingly, and Ashley is very worried. Wilson says it could be nothing and sends her out of the room, which basically says quite clearly that it's not nothing. Even Ashley can figure that out, but leaves the room anyway. Wilson says the antivirals aren't working, but he still thinks it's transverse myelitis and is going to add some more to give them a boost. Tucker drops the brave act he was putting on for Ashley's sake and asks if this could be his cancer coming back. Wilson says he did every possible test and it's not cancer. He does not mention that one of the best diagnosticians in the world thinks that it is. Tucker doesn't seem too reassured, based on the fact that he asks Wilson to call his daughter Emily about this. He'd do it himself, but she's not really speaking to him because of the whole thing where he left her mom for Ashley. Good for Emily.