Claire is indeed so fired, judging by the next scene showing her wearing her coat and cleaning out her desk while Ted stands by. Wow, he's security, too? He needs a raise. Claire throws an envelope at her Formerly Perky Cubemate, saying, "I need you to file this for me." Ted finally leads her toward the exit as Nerd Drone watches in frozen shock. Claire stops and sarcastically announces to the floor, "You're all doing really important work here, and I'm sorry if I fucked it up for anybody." Ted gets her moving again, suggesting she shut up for a few seconds, but even that's too much, as she pulls free of him and tells the nearest drone, "Everyone you know is gonna die." It's prettier when the Flaming Lips say it. Ted finally drags her out as she hollers, "And that little Kirsten is a fucking bitch!" I'm not sure if even the Flaming Lips could make that sound pretty.
Intake time. The Corpse of the Week's mom ["also Dead Scott's mom from 90210 -- she's everywhere, that lady" -- Sars] is requesting to David and Rico that her son be made to look "whole again" for the viewing. "People should see more than just what happened to him." By which she means prosthetic limbs. Rico's on top of it, saying he's already got a call in to the prosthetics company. By which he of course means "pet store." The blonde woman from the first scene is also here, but she's not on the same page as Mom, or really even the same library. She drones, "Can you stand him up and make him walk around, too? Can you make him maybe, like, talk and tell everybody that it's all good and it's really no problem to be dead?" Her voice rises: "Maybe just stick your hand up inside his head and, you know, 'Everything's fine, everything's fine, freedom! Freedom! Freedom!'" Before either Rico or an increasingly distressed David can say that sure, they can do that but it's going to be extra, Mom puts a stop to Sister's rant: "Are we gonna tell all the people at the funeral that he killed himself, too?" Sister concedes the point. CotW's suicide is clearly news to our heroes. MamaCotW explains that her son took an injection from a needle whose source is still a mystery, while Sister sits there looking guiltier than the perp on every episode ever of Law & Order: I Did It. Mom thinks a night nurse was behind it. "They're so understaffed over there. They're taking anybody." Hey, Rico should tell Vanessa. She'll turn out to be up for a career change later on tonight. Mom turns to her daughter and says, Ruth-like, "I don't know why you have to rub everyone's noses in it. It is such a violent impulse." David just sits there, looking like he just wants this to be over before he has to speak.