Fitch makes the funniest pouty face in Gloria's office, having hauled in a cardboard standup of himself that says proudly, "I GRAB BOOBS." There are nipples on the O's. His hilarious sad-face is really quite heartbreaking, in a funny way, because you can tell this is exactly the kind of thing that gets his goat: Not only are people not praying to his icon, but they also mentioned the most embarrassing thing about him. "Heavy is the head that wears the crown," Gloria offers, and props to her for not laughing right then. Fitch Cooper begins to cry.
Thor offers to take Zoey's maternity leave shifts in a few months, if she covers him while he's in Holland, Michigan with his mom, for the Tulip Festival. Zoey throws one hand up and reminds him that she only told him about her "condition" for his support, not so that he can plan his vacation. He prefers to see it as putting a better spin on things. I love tulips the most, but I would not consider that fun, exactly. But it's Thor, you can see how he got there. She ignores him and he is sad, but then Sam offers to take his shifts instead.
"Are you close to your mother?" Thor gratefully asks, w/r/t the vacation time, and Sam straight-faced says, "Not really. She sold me into slavery when I was four and I lived on the streets, until a mission intervened." Thor's panicked, gorgeous response? "One year for a Halloween, I went as a slave!" Wow. Sam laughs and says really he's from Jersey and went to Rutgers, so Thor says he's also kidding: "By slave I meant Princess Leia." Mortified, Thor executes the classic Thor Grapevine Exit.
Jackie attempts to put Trey, the husband of the suicidal serviceperson, at ease. It doesn't go well. He asks what he's supposed to tell the kids, if she dies, and Jackie says she doesn't know what to tell him, but they're not crossing that bridge yet. Poor choice of words, lady. He discusses her depression symptoms and how he thought buying her an expensive motorcycle might help. Jackie knows what that's like, and also how it doesn't work: He feels like he gave her the gun, when all he was doing was trying to make her happy. She tells him that they're called accidents for a reason, but they both know this wasn't one. She's Trey and Jennifer at once.