After the break, Tommy finds Lily standing in front on a tiny desk fan, amid what appears to be a small cabana party. It's 3AM, and Tommy is bitching about how hot it still is. So Lily introduces him to her friend the desk fan. So now they're both swaying with the fan as Mina comes up, griping about losing 50 pesos on the scorpion-vs.-tarantula match they've got going across the way. They're still swaying, which Mina doesn't get until Lily drags her into the fan's path. "Oh my God," Mina sighs, "I just had an orgasm." Lily decides it's all not so bad, with the fan and the fact that she saved a life on a zip line today. Mina -- clearly our Cristina Yang -- is nakedly jealous of Lily. She also notes that the web site for the clinic promised a "perfect beach." Tommy notes that the beach is there, you just have to "kill yourself to get to it." Mina wrinkles her nose: "I wanna live...but I want the beach." She's the one I like, even as she complains about her day full of applying band-aids "like a school nurse." Tommy, meanwhile, is irked that they traveled all this way and they STILL can't escape their records. Lily explains to Mina that the doctors here "did their homework." Okay, enough with the homework metaphor. Point is: Tommy was clearly looking for a clean slate here, and he hasn't found it. Lily grabs them both by their shoulders and starts them swaying with the fan again.
Later, Lily stops in to check on Ed, and they chat for a bit about how he brought his wife on the trip with him -- her ashes, of course. He wanted to take her to Lago de Luz, also known as the firefly lake. Apparently at night it lights up like there are thousands of fireflies below the surface. "That's where you're going to say goodbye," Lily says. "That was the plan," says Ed. "Life sure has a way of changing your plans." This all looks like it's resonating for Lily, with regard to her particular emotional trauma. I guess if Grey's Anatomy is anything to go by, we can expect most of these medical cases to resonate with the doctors' particular emotional traumas. Lily ends up staying the night by Ed's bedside, falling asleep in the chair next to his bed. Soon enough, it's morning, and Lily is jolted awake by Ed's monitor blaring. She sees Ed going into some kind of arrest, and then she checks his abdomen ... which is crazy black and blue. More black than blue.