The only real hug in the entire episode, and Jackie got caught in it with her pants down and only just realized it was happening as it was ending. I don't know much about addiction or recovery but I have this sort of intuition that it's probably even harder for Jackie to live through than it is to watch. Something about moms, and mental illness, and those times that you come so close to getting there and then it goes away again.
Needless to say, Jackie rubs what's left of her drugs on her gums once it's over. And then it really is.
Kelly offers Zoey some of his sandwich, but she's still riding high on having "dined with the girls," which provides entrÃ©e to her intel about how Jackie may or may not hate Nurse Kelly, but either way he's still not bowing to the social pressure of being completely in awe of Jackie no matter how many times they tell him to. Also, Zoey is the baby of the family and rarely has the option of being wise, when being wise and nurturing is like what she was born to do -- someday soon, really, she's getting there fast -- so she relishes that too.
Zoey: "A little heads up from someone who's been here awhile. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of getting along with Jackie."
Kelly immediately asks if something's going on, and Zoey freezes up, and before you know it Jackie has appeared, like Beetlejuice.
Zoey: "No! No one said anything! I tried to be gossipy and it's totally backfiring! Abort abort abort!"
Jackie tells Kelly to take it easy on the jailbait, and also to scram, and Zoey grins.
Zoey: "I'm not jailbait."
Jackie: "I wasn't talking about you."
Zoey: "I used to be jailbait."
Jackie, for real: "Shut up."
Zoey, nodding: "My bait used to be... Very jail."
Jackie follows Kelly into the men's room to bug him about it more, and he starts bitching back about the implications and how she needs to back off, and honestly he's reacting so strongly that I guess maybe she's right. The tone of it says that there's something to it, like, it seems so obvious to her both in script and delivery that I guess it's true, but I still don't really understand how this whole deal worked, but it gets intense.