Kellerman and his team are still trying to get the surgery back on track. The Rinpoche responds by flatlining. "We're gonna lose this guy," Kellerman says, sounding stunned. That's probably something he should keep to himself.
Cut to Thor, retching into a toilet. The Y.O.D.A. finds him and addresses himself to Thor's backside, asking impatiently if Kellerman is coming down or not. Thor pulls his head out of the toilet just long enough to gasp, "Go away." The Y.O.D.A. tells Thor to give him something to hold him over, adding that he's in a lot of pain. So much pain that he can't keep himself from chasing Thor from toilet to toilet, apparently. Having finally had enough, Thor grabs the stall door and hoists himself up, pulling out his prescription pad. He scribbles something on it and thrusts it at the Y.O.D.A. The junkie is offended by the number "four" he sees scribbled on the scrip, and asks indignantly what he's supposed to do with that paltry amount. Thor tells him that's all he's getting. He then dives headfirst into the stall again. The Y.O.D.A. manages to think for a second, then pulls a pen from his pocket. That clever little pill-head adds a zero after the four! Because the pharmacist surely won't notice that it's written in a different ink. Or, as someone pointed out on the boards, that the prescription isn't filled out in triplicate, as required by law.
The motorcycle guy's wife shows up, and Dalgety shows her the body, assuring her that they did everything they could. He adds that the guy wasn't wearing a helmet. The woman sniffles that he didn't own one. Face crumpling, she adds, "Jerk!" She rolls back the sheet to show Dalgety the tattoo on her husband's bicep. She says she asked him to get a heart, and he got "that thing." She jabs at the anatomically accurate tattoo. She says, "He had to make a joke out of everything." Dalgety learns something other than the importance of wearing a helmet.
Dr. Joyner is trying to convince Yang that her screw-up did not cost Mr. Lin his life. She assures Yang that a couple of hours on heparin may or may not have made a difference. Joyner tells Yang, "You know it has to be done. Let it go." Yang waffles that it's not her decision; it's Mrs. Lin's. Joyner says that's exactly right, but it's Yang's responsibility to tell her the cold hard facts about her husband's chances. She orders Yang to keep her personal feelings out of it. She walks away and has to pass through a security check. She's surprised and visibly disappointed to see that Levi is a security guard. Joyner looks disconcerted as he waves his little wand thing over her rather suggestively. Apparently, he needs to check behind her ears for concealed weapons. Handing back her clipboard, Levi says, "See you around?" Joyner doesn't sound half as excited at the prospect as you might expect.