Otis and Mina have Sparky stabilized, and Charlie's assisting with the wrap-up. Mina still wonders why Sparky isn't "fried chicken" and announces she's going to do a differential, like she's suddenly on that popular South American medical drama, Casa. Otis all but accuses her of shocking him so she could come back to work, and the lights come up while she's still making an annoyed face at him. Sparky starts yammering again, and Charlie translates that the wants to go back to the festival to look for the love of his life. Mina tells him to relax, and is annoyed when Charlie asks him, "¿Que paso?" In English, Sparky says he's seen this girl at the festival every year, wearing a blue dress, then lapses back to Spanish to compare himself to Peter Parker with no spider powers. What a catch he must be. Mina attributes this talk to Sparky's fever and low heart rate, but Charlie's still getting Sparky's romantic history. Which he translates for an uninterested Mina: Sparky finally talked to the girl last year, and they fell in love after talking about comic books for hours. Then he lost her in the crowd when he went to get a her drink. Worst of all, he never got her name. Mina finally engages with the romantic tale with the following poetic observation: "Pff, that was dumb." Mina is my favorite. She heads off to do some actual medical work while Charlie informs Sparky that she doesn't have a single romantic bone in her body. Well, look who's the doctor all of a sudden.
Ben and Lily have Sydney all sponged out, which I guess is almost as good as actually stopping the bleeding, but Zee comes in to report that Max isn't doing so well and is in need of a transfusion. And Sydney's not only ruled out as a donor, she needs a transfusion herself. Lily hits on the idea of taking blood from Roberto, which is a great idea except for how he's stranded miles away in the wilderness and isn't exactly Mr. Health either.
In fact, as Plastics and Clark have now determined, he's brain-dead. Plastics mutters, "Time of death, 23:30," like Clark's his nurse who's going to go do the paperwork now or something. Just then the radio rings, and Ben is pretty bummed to hear Roberto esta muerto. But after learning that this just happened, he orders them to keep Roberto's heart beating and get him back to the clinic. "Don't wait for the truck. You carry him if you have to." I knew there was no truck. Clark protests that it's miles away, and wonders why they're bothering. "His wife and kid, they need his blood," Ben says shortly .Clark hangs up and tells Plastics to get back to bagging, while back at the clinic, Ben turns around to find Lily standing behind him, looking betrayed and pissed. There's plant to fix that.