Carlos enters the office of a middle-aged woman who is his Genetics professor. She has a stack of papers in front of her she's presumably been grading. "Where's your raw data?" she asks. Carlos whips out a messy stack of papers and gives it to her. She tells Carlos that his numbers are wrong. "No," he says, and tries to prove his point. "I can't get a D," he says. "I can give you an F," she counters. Carlos yells at her that he has to get into med school. She says that maybe med school's not for him. He yells some more and finished dejectedly with, "This is very important to me." He says please. She doesn't answer.
At the station, the captain asks Doc why Alex doesn't want to do any more shifts with him. Doc gets annoyed that he was called in on his day off. The captain says his door's always open. "You're my best paramedic. I'd hate to lose you," the captain says. Are you done with your tantrums yet, Doc?
Outside on a city street. Doc has come to see K.C.'s mother. "I didn't think you'd come," Beverly says. The sweet older woman Doc was stalking answers her door. She recognizes them and asks if they've had any kids yet.
Inside, she tells them she dug out a bunch of old photos after Beverly called. They tell her that they didn't end up together. The woman expresses disbelief. Doc looks very unhappy to be there. He finds a photo of himself with K.C. on a day they skipped school to go to Coney Island. Doc looks pretty stunned. The mother says that Beverly sounded like she had something she wanted to talk about. Beverly chickens out. "No, not really," she says. She looks to Doc, who twitches and then slowly makes his way out the door. He stutters and says he has to go. "So soon?" the mother says. Beverly follows him out.