Later, Tommy keeps Tommying it up, though, telling the "ladies" how psyched he is about this remote setting: "Not only are there no malpractice suits here, but there's surfing!" Meanwhile, Lily and Mina are gawking at Dr. Ben changing his shirt, giving us that "admiring his credentials" moment from every commercial we've seen for three months. I have to agree with Mina, though: ain't nothing wrong with those credentials. It's enough to make her take a puff of her asthma inhaler. Tommy's still bouncing around about the beaches -- topless ones, of course. He hands Lily and Mina free sunblock samples, because it's be a shame for "those ones to shrivel up prematurely." Yes, he's all sorts of That TV Guy, but Zach Gilford's keeping him on the right side of adorable. For now. He bops out on his way to a house call that Otis is sending him on. Mina notices that Lily brought her own trauma kit, calling her a "girl scout." Lily: "So guilty."
Tommy ambles on out of the clinic puzzling over a map. Silly Tommy. Don't you know we're OFF THE MAP? A local kid named Charlie tells him he must've pissed off Dr. Cole something serious if he's being sent out on a house call on his first day, but Tommy maintains that this is a vote of confidence in him. Charlie tells Tommy he'll need his services as translator, especially once he tells Tommy he's "trece" years old and Tommy has no earthly idea what that means. Tommy isn't about to bring a little kid into a TB-infected village, but he relents when Charlie explains the trek to the remote village is a bitch. You guys, I'm super glad the show's giving us a cute kid as a way to win our support for the native population. Kind of like the Ewoks in Return of the Jedi.
Zee finds Lily and Mina and is haranguing them about her 40 patients and being short a doctor (Twilighty cab-stealer from earlier) when Dr. Ben interjects his fine self with news that there's an emergency out in the jungle. Both Mina and Lily jump at the chance, but it's Lily and her already-packed trauma kit that get the nod. Mina gets a handful of charts as consolation prize. Meanwhile, it should surprise you to the degree of zero that Dr. Ben gets around on a motorcycle and that Lily hesitates to grab him around his waist until he tells her to. What it lacks in originality it makes up for in its evocative portrait of grabbing Martin Henderson around the waist.