After commercials, we find Kellerman and Dalgety cruising down a corridor, hashing out who'll do what to get the fake autopsy underway. "You've done this before, haven't you?" Dalgety asks admiringly. Kellerman says he doesn't like letting "arbitrary rules get in the way of helping patients." Even Fichtner can't pull that one off. The two split up, and Kellerman almost walks headlong into Fishlips. He does a quick about-face, but not quick enough. He breaks into a walk-run, trying not to look back. She scoots after him. He breaks into a run just in time to slide between the closing doors of an elevator. Fishlips puts on a burst of speed, but gets a gobful of stainless steel for her troubles as the doors slide shut. Inside the elevator, Kellerman gets an eyeful of Pangborn's poppin' freshness by way of a flyer taped to the elevator door. He leans in to get a really good look as the doors slide open to reveal Pangborn in the flesh. Of course. He starts, but recovers quickly. Coones introduces Kellerman to Pangborn. "The Xerox just doesn't do you justice," Kellerman tells her. She has no idea what he's talking about. An orderly wheels a head wound past, and Kellerman swallows hard. She actually admits to getting squeamish around blood before dashing off. Frank and Kellerman chuckle. "This one shouldn't be too hard to run off, eh, Frank?" Kellerman asks conspiratorially. Coones jumps, then looks around all shifty-like.
Cut to Kellerman scrubbed and donning his "killer" cap, peeking into a corridor to check if it's clear. Seeing that it's safe, he starts wheeling a cart loaded with supplies down the hallway. His cell phone rings. It's his ex-wife, Pam. Because there hasn't been enough going on in this episode without her, she informs him that she's in the hospital looking for him. "Perfect," he says, as he walks unwittingly past her. "Oh, turn around!" she snaps. She wants to know why he called their son. He says he wanted to talk to him, which I should have thought would be obvious. She tells him not to "do this." She claims, "It's not fair. It's too late." He's about to argue, but sees Fishlips barreling toward them, so he yanks Pam into a washroom. Fishlips is about to pursue, but Donge pops up beside her and takes her elbow, cautioning her that "more innocent people are killed in domestic disturbances than by drunk drivers." She pauses, touched.