For some reason, Dr. Dr. Sloan wants to hear more about Will and MacKenzie's Troubled Past. MacKenzie says she was with a guy who "wasn't half the man that Will is," (like Will is so awesome. He's not) but was clearly intelligent because he dumped her. Dr. Dr. Sloan quickly decides that she doesn't want to hear any of this. They try to talk about the economy again. Dr. Dr. Sloan says after the Glass-Steagall act was passed, everything turned awesome. MacKenzie cries and wonders if they cheated on the Glass-Stegall act with an act that wasn't half as good. Dr. Dr. Sloan says that's close enough -- the Glass-Steagall Act was repealed.
Jim asks Neal for Valentine's Day card writing advice, but Neal's not in the mood -- Kahlid is missing. Well, I think we all knew that was going to happen. But Neal isn't too worried that he can't jump to his feet and cheer madly when Elliot enters the room, looking beaten up but happy not to be in Egypt anymore. Elliot gets a standing ovation. His wife thanks everyone for all of the concern and also, apparently, strippers. Don wants to bring Elliot to Charlie's office, but Neal stops him to talk to Elliot directly, like those two have ever had a conversation before. He says he can't find Kahlid. Don says Kahlid has a satellite phone, so Neal should be able to find Kahlid using its GPS. With that, they head to Charlie's office. A stripper walks in. "We did this already," someone tells her. Even the strippers on this show aren't good at their jobs. Women can't do anything right!
Charlie can't hug Elliot because of his broken ribs, so he settles for shaking his hand and kissing him on the cheek. "Don't ever fucking do that again," he slurs. Don says he wants Elliot to return to work tonight. Charlie thinks that's a bad idea, since Elliot looks like crap right now. Don thinks it's important for people to see that. Elliot seems like he'd be fine taking a week off to recover from the injuries and possible PTSD. "This is a great reporter who got us a great story," Don says. Elliot points out that he didn't get a story so much as he got beaten up. True, but he still did more to get that than Jim did to get the oil rig story. Charlie insists that Elliot not go on the air. Don is mad at everyone.