So Mo-Mo has the secret smile they all get around her, that she is never allowed to know about, and she holds muffins toward him like they're blankets piled with maize and, like, wampum, and he's Andy Jackson with a rifle pointed at her. "I know what you're thinking: geeky new girl baked, trying to get the kids at school to like her." (OMG is she psychic? I can't handle two of those all summer.) She shrugs, because duh: that's true. You know what he's thinking because it's the only thing you could be thinking because it's the truth. "I don't sleep much," she says with an inflection that tells us maybe she's more interesting than she lets on, "So I bake. And I noticed there's never anything to eat around here? So please take one? Before I die of humiliation." Zoey's affect is very specific to her, if you see what I mean, and it's nice to watch her talk, always. Jackie walks up just as he's feeling how dense and heavy they are, and goes, "Oh no she didn't!" But she did. Mo-Mo takes off without muffin in hand, and when Zoey offers Jackie gives her a brilliant, silent nooooo with a But Thanks smile.
This guy comes in looking like ten miles of bad road and he's all I need to talk to someone now and Jackie's all, "I need you to calm down now" but calm down he does not, and starts yelling about WTF why won't anybody talk to him, and it's turning into a serious John Q situation for a second, only with a guy that looks like he came out of the Beauty & The Beast sewers long ago before furries even existed. Before our collective brains gave birth to that, is how far back the dirt on the guy goes. And then Jackie calls out, "Thor!"*
(*And okay, probably if you're me, at this point maybe your eyes go wide, maybe you sit up a little straighter, because there's only one kind of person that gets called Thor, right, and as it turns out that's kind of a hobby of mine, guys that might be called Thor, either in jest or because they are from Valhalla or whatever the case is, D'Onofrio maybe, but a Thor-type Thor that is also a male nurse? When I was just today saying that nurses are my favorite? That's pretty much like riding into Jackpot City on the back of your very own superhero millionaire who can fly and smells like Edward Cullen just like naturally. And this Thor does not disappoint, and is awesome in six different ways they don't even bother to mention on the show except in passing, is how awesome and possibly nepotized his presence here is. He's here and then he's gone; he floats like a 6'5" butterfly, et cetera. Oh, Thor.)