Matt's left with Mary, who asks about Danny. Matt starts to explain about Jordan and the antibiotics, but Mary means has he talked to Danny about the baby, and Matt knows it. He hasn't brought it up to Danny, mostly because he doesn't know how he possibly could. Mary says Danny can go into Jordan's room with legal papers and have her make him the baby's legal guardian. Matt says it's "ghoulish" to even broach the subject, not to mention insensitive, since Jordan's his friend too. Mary -- who is farther removed and can afford to be unemotional about this -- says Danny could lose his fiancée and his baby all in the same night, but that's preventable. Matt yells that Jordan isn't going to die. Mary yells that Jordan is in the ICU. I yell for everyone to shut up, because: Jordan's going to sign a legal document while doped up and dying and it's going to hold up in court? Is that what you're saying, Mary the genius lawyer? ["Well, not to mention the fact that there still exists a biological father, and it's not like Jordan can unilaterally decide to give the baby to someone else in her will like a set of dishes." -- Miss Alli] Matt relents and asks if Mary can draft the papers.
Hospital. Danny's looking in on his newborn daughter. He drops to one knee and, without having received the full benefit of Harriet's instruction, begins to pray anyway. I hope he doesn't end up doing it wrong -- he could end up killing a whole lot of people.
Next week: it's over! Jordan lives or dies (she'll live), Tom does or does not utilize Trask (he won't), Matt and Harriet do or do not get back together (they will), Jack will or will not redeem himself (he will), and Aaron Sorkin will or will not give the condescending lecture to end all condescending lectures (he totally will).