Zoey tells Jackie that Lily's out of surgery, but she doesn't really hear her. Thor yells that Sam left an empty box of gloves on the counter, and Sam goes, "When you are wrong, promptly admit it." Zoey commends him on quoting AA, and therefore being "deeply sober," and Jackie still hasn't registered that Lily's out of surgery: Now she's getting texts from Eddie about how he has a date tonight. There's the thing she's thinking about, and the thing she's not, and she'd prefer to think about the thing right in front of her. "Do what you want," she replies, and asks Harvey how he's doing, and he is of course not doing so great.
Adorable framed children's paintings line the walls of Dr. Bowen's waiting room; Kev assumes they're art by her patients. "I think it would be good to be a patient," Grace says, still pulling at her braids. Something Fiona figured out weeks ago.
Harvey quotes Rodgers & Hart at Jackie while she changes Markus's catheter: "Sing to him, each spring to him/ And worship the trousers that cling to him..." She admits she didn't recognize it. Eleanor reports that Hayes is on her way, and notes how "elegant" Markus is. From what you can see, he's a silver fox. "You think it's crazy that a guy like him would spend his life with a guy like me, huh?" Oh my God, the unending self-esteem issues of Harvey the paperhanger. Eleanor says it's not crazy, and Jackie who loves him admits she thinks it's a little crazy. He shoots her the kind of heart-melting grin that might cause Matthew Broderick to stalk you, and Hayes arrives.
"I will leave you two alone," Jackie says, and of course he immediately pipes up that there are three of them, and Jackie apologizes. And again, it's like, you're not wrong? But there have actually been medical shows before, so it's like reinventing the wheel, and he does it so unceasingly that it's like the squeakingest wheel of all time.
Outside, Kev reports that Grace seems to have enjoyed her time with Dr. Bowen, but is refusing to speak to Jackie. It gets real tough, real fast. Jackie doesn't say anything; he asks if she wants him to try again, and she says not to bother. Now ordinarily in this circumstance, she'd take Eddie to a movie to get back at Grace, but Eddie's got a date. So what do you do? Nothing. Coop sits down with Jackie and awesomely goes, "Do you ever suddenly hate the way your hair stuff smells?" For some reason I love that. Jackie, not so much. She takes off without a word.