Cut to Dalgety, seeing Jolly Maid up close and personal. Lip-locked, he leads her into a room, closes the door, and pushes her against a wall, sending a picture crashing to the ground. Am I crazy, or is that a different actress playing Jolly Maid? Anyway, the new girl seems to like her assignment, and goes after Dalgety with relish. I try not to hate her.
Kellerman, meanwhile, stops to check in on Lopez. Apparently no one bothered telling Lopez that the standard length of stay for B-plot characters is a single episode. Kellerman makes his way to the bedside, and Little Lopez scuttles out of the way. L.L. asks if his pops is strong enough to get back on the transplant list. Oh, so now he does want a new heart? Can this guy make up his mind already? Kellerman has far more patience for this Lopez story than I do, and reluctantly admits that Lopez isn't strong enough yet to get back on the transplant list. Kellerman comments on a couple photos of kids that are propped up on Lopez's tray. Blah blah blah, his grandkids can't come to see him, so he wants to go to them. Little Lopez suggests that his father can wait for the transfer at his home. Kellerman wishes it were that easy to get rid of Lopez, but sadly, the man cannot leave the hospital without some really expensive portable blood-pumping equipment. Lopez gestures toward the hulking and very expensive-looking machine in his room, asking, "Can't I take it with me?" Kellerman shakes his head with a sad, "I wish." Me, too.
Yang knocks tentatively on a door and is greeted by incoherent mumbling. "Dr. Lewis?" she asks, peering into the darkened room. A young man in a white coat is lying facedown on the upper berth of bunk beds. "Dr. Lewis?" Yang repeats, closing the door. Lewis jumps up, eyes still closed, and blurts, "Check a crit!" Yang takes a step back. She apologizes to the groggy intern and explains that she's there to relieve him. Lewis nods faintly, sniffing at his armpit and spraying a bit of cologne onto it. Yang nervously says that she's looking forward to getting started. Lewis hops down off the bed and snaps his fingers, finally putting it all together. He says her name, glances at his watch, and sniffs, blinking hard. Dr. Lewis is pretty damn cute. Does he really have to go?