Then it's later and Jackie's trying to decipher a weird chart note that Sam the Temp wrote, and she yells at him a little bit, and the nurse shortage is getting to her, and this jacked-up looking lady hands her a cup of urine, but Sam took the last gloves, so she takes it with tissues in a really awkward way, and then grabs like ten boxes of gloves to wash the memories away, and the whole time Sam is playing with his phone while a patient's machinery is beeping loudly, like maybe the guy's dying, so she drags Sam over there basically by his ear.
She attends to the guy's line, and he's understandably upset, but she deals with him smoothly before asking if Sam's done anything for him lately. He gets panicky about how he can't take his pills without water, and in the middle of yelling for Coop, who nobody can find, she goes, "Sir, if you don't get everything you need in the next five minutes, this man will pay you fifty dollars." She even hands him her wristwatch from last week, and he's like, "Tick-tock." The kid stares at Mo-Mo all wounded and finally he goes, "Honey, I know I'm pretty, but you just wasted thirty seconds looking at me." Valid.
Zoey bothers a man incessantly trying to figure out if he's a drug seeker, and asks him about eleven pain scale questions, shining a penlight in his eyes and basically acting like he's a spy or something. "What are you really doing here? What are you looking for?" Mo-Mo appears with an x-ray and explains that the guy has a fractured fibula and needs some Vicodin. The guy's like, "I know, right?" But Zoey, in the grip of her crazy, keeps asking him the questions, with this apologetic air like, "Sorry, but I'm too crazy to be effective right now. On a scale of one to ten..."
Jackie's carrying all this shit down the chapel hall and grabs Thor, telling him he can't leave, and he howls in this amazing way before explaining that tonight is his chance to see Wicked from Row G, which is closer than he's ever gotten. "You're cute when you're ruining my life," he says, and Jackie moves on to Gloria, who is also in the hallway, and asks her to jump in and do something, change sheets maybe, and Gloria says she doesn't "jump in" at this point in her career, but finally acquiesces, and then it's a whole yard Jackie gets down the hallway before Coop appears out of nowhere and grabs her arm, hard.