Zoey checks out the leg some more, on a hunch, and notices that the rash isn't itching, and he has these grisly varicose veins on the backside of his leg, so she runs off to find Coop, who tells her to forget it and discharge him, and then sneezes all over her, because he is a jackass. So she goes to find Eleanor, whispering an apologetic and weird hello to her patient with the curtains pulled around her face like a singing nun.
Giftshop! Fiona's got a troll doll ("Look, mommy! I love her!"), and Grace produces "a praying mantis, frozen forever in genuine Lucite," which is pretty much Jackie, who has been looking all over the car for her drugs and is freaking right out at this point. They're under the seat, right where you think you've already looked but didn't quite triangulate. Kevin makes more whiny needy noises, spouts some more clichéd nonsense, and Jackie very publicly declares that she is not answering Eleanor's calls because it's work: "Not today. I am here!" Eleanor's voicemail: "Look, please don't put me in the position of asking you to return my call. Just get your manners together and do it." Classic. Zoey introduces her to the O'Garrities, and they talk about how she's Irish but only on her father's side, and she tells Zoey to stick around while she checks on the leg issues.
Coop drops by to see Eddie in the pharmacy, ruining his day while asking for Zyrtec as a necessary byway so that he can start telling Eddie about how he not only got laid but got laid by another man's lady, because for some reason he thinks Eddie's approval is something you would like ever want. "What's the matter, are you allergic to yourself?" Eddie asks, which is pretty much why all this is happening. Coop's elated that Eddie's returned to All Saints and that Jackie's left for the day, and Eddie just wants him out of there, but Coop has to tell him the whole situation: "You know Sam?" Sam... The cat?
"And... I fit in how?" Eddie's hate for Coop is one of his more likeable qualities, somehow, although any other character being mean to Coop irritates me. I think it's that Coop's behavior with anybody else is pitiable and sad because the day of the white man is ending, but with Eddie it's just so gross and no-homo and desperate that Eddie's helping me out through his abuses, because you can't actually reach through the screen and slap him around.