Otis finds Zee while she's busy in the supply room and says, "Um, question:" and then kisses her. When he allows her to breathe, she points out, "Okay, English is not my first language but I'm sure that was statement." He's looking for someone's hangover worse for some poorly explained reason that has to do with the festival. Speaking of which, she'd like to go and dance, but he's not down with that. "Parties full of debauchery and drinking aren't exactly the best environment for me," he says, probably because those kinds of parties also have too much candy, and tells her to go ahead. "I'm not the jealous type," he says. Off she goes to surgery, and presumably Otis is going to go sit on the porch for a while, eating candy and waiting for someone to happen along who needs him to be wise.
Sunset and then moonrise, and then it's time for Sydney's surgery, now that it's nice and dark outside. Not sure what they've been waiting for, given that the contractions were already three minutes apart way back when they found her in the jungle. Zee, Lily, and Ben are scrubbed in as Sydney babbles about how Roberto was supposed to talk her through this whole process. Lily volunteers to do that for her, which Ben quietly questions. Lily says she thinks it will help. "Your patient, your call," he says in a way that suggests that a year from now, Lily's going to be the one on the table with a bulging belly.
A masked Charlie catches up with Mina at the festival, calling her "Blondie." "Ugh, you're sounding like [Plastics] now, "she says, which thrills Charlie. "Not a compliment," she clarifies. She complains to him about how she'd rather be working, but is on a time out. "A doctor time-out," Charlie laughs, like that's funny enough to be an episode title or something. Just then some dorky local carrying a bouquet of flowers and wearing a highly regrettable polyester cowboy shirt crashes into them, pausing to wave an apology. Mina's more worried about the pork sandwiches being cooked, and when Charlie says he ate one, she snarks, "Well, you just had a brain cyst on a bun, Chuck." Chuck bounces, which is the opposite of what you should do when you find yourself with a surly person who says funny things.