Brenda's at a maternity store, trying to decide between two ugly mommy tops. One is an ugly plain brown poncho, and the other is an ugly floral poncho. Her cell phone rings and she answers it while the saleslady steps away. We don't hear the other end of the conversation, but Brenda's expression goes from blissful to near-tragic in the space of a few "yeah"s. The saleslady comes back after Brenda's off the phone, asking her if she's decided (get it? "Have you decided?" that'll be important later). Brenda says she'll come back, and hits the door with no more ugly tops in her wardrobe than she owned when she came in.
Over at Fisher & The Guy Who's Always Sneaking Out For The Day, David and Nate whisper about the intake that just showed up without an appointment. Nate explains that the deceased is a friend of Maggie's from church. That's why she was crying last night? I thought George was dead or injured or crazy again or something. "Maggie's a Quaker?" David says with some surprise. Nate confirms it. What surprises me is that Maggie was so broken up about somebody from church that she couldn't have known for more than a couple of months. "George was a Quaker?" David asks. (Here's where I deleted the line, "Only after his ECT sessions." What? I deleted it!) Nate explains that Maggie converted when she got married. "What exactly are Quakers?" Nate asks. Rather than admitting he doesn't know, David begins, "They're very peaceful " Nate scoffs that everyone knows that, and starts to answer his ringing cell phone as David asks where Rico is. "He said he had something important to do," Nate says. See?