Coones asks if the chairman knew about Pangborn's problem with blood when he hired her. She says he didn't, but assures Frank firmly that she'll make it work. She tells Coones that she wants to see an operation. He suggests a c-section, but she fears it may not be gross enough. "There's always the morgue," Coones suggests conveniently. "Show me the morgue," Pangborn says. I guess she missed the huge red arrow that says "morgue" on the wall.
Down in the morgue, the reggae's jamming and the autopsy's underway. More meat on a tray and squishing sound effects. Kellerman and Dalgety toss compliments back and forth across the cavity. Kellerman then asks Yang to stuff the intestines back inside. She falters. Dalgety urges her on with his eyes. She stuffs the sausage back where it belongs. The door swings open behind them, and Donge and Fishlips come barging in. Kellerman warns them to stay back -- "infection could kill her." Fishlips gapes. "She's not dead?" Donge asks, relieved at the sight of lawsuits evaporating. Kellerman rolls out the elaborate explanation for their needing to perform an autopsy, and the anesthesiologist flatly declares Robin's return to life a miracle. "Is that possible?" Donge asks Fishlips. Annoyed with the rampant stupidity and rule-breaking, Fishlips snaps, "Of course it isn't!" She informs the surgeons that their careers are over. Yang pipes up that they found a tumor. Donge stammers, "Was it like a like a bad tumor?" "Are there good tumors?" Dalgety asks. Kellerman asserts that if they hadn't operated, the patient would have died. Fishlips is about to argue that it wasn't their decision to make, but Donge quickly cuts her off, trying to play off his relief over the dodging of lawsuits as concern for the patient. He tries to usher Fishlips out. She can't understand why he's backing down. Coones and Pangborn arrive. Donge warns Pangborn to stay back for the sake of the patient. Pangborn says she thought the girl was dead. Someone holds up a mucky chili pepper and announces that they've got the tumor. Pangborn drops in a dead faint. The suits stand around staring at her, while the doctors stare at the suits.
After commercials, we find the "anarchists" sitting across a table from their accusers, Donge and Fishlips. Pangborn sits between the two sides and holds a cold compress to her temple. The docs argue with the suits over who was wrong and who should be grateful and blah blah blah M*A*S*H*-cakes. Kellerman and Dalgety wonder about the HMO's policy on reattaching a tumor that was removed in an unauthorized procedure. Kellerman suggests that the doctors may never have misdiagnosed Robin if the HMO hadn't been trying to rush her out of there. Donge argues that they "didn't misdiagnose her! They missed the diagnosis! And that'll hold up in court." Dalgety points out that if they hadn't done the procedure, the woman "would still be walking around with a tumor grrrowing inside herrr!" Donge counters, "If everyone out there with a tumor came in and demanded that we remove it, then the system would collapse! There would be no hospital for anyone!" Dalgety asks what I've been wondering: "Is he kidding?" The feud is interrupted by Coones, who comes in to announce that the chairman is on the phone for Pangborn, and he's very upset. She says she'll call him back. Coones helpfully pushes an intercom button and puts the chairman on speakerphone so that everyone can hear Pangborn's humiliation.