Pratt TUBEs an attractive patient (is accused of giving her a Totally Unnecessary Breast Exam) and gets a talking to by Weaver, and then one of the funniest scenes I've ever seen on ER occurs. OMG, I don't think I've laughed so hard in my life as Pratt has to demonstrate his breast exam technique to Weaver and as the camera pulls back, the breast being examined was Jerry! LOL! A Pratt one-night stand from last year shows up from a MVA, and he tries to extricate himself from any further expectations from the girl. Compound this with his TUBE episode, he had his hands full. Sam's ex-husband (or just father to Alex) shows up and is trying to ingratiate himself into Alex's good graces. Sam's just waiting for the other shoe to drop if/when Alex's father leaves again. Luka just plays it cool, keep his distance during this period. 2 alumni from Presidio Med show up in this episode, one is the Dr. Jeremy who Corday has been dating on the side while also dating the single father, and he shows up and surprises Corday in the presence of Dr. Jeremy, who knows exactly what's up. (Dr. Jeremy is also busy playing Steven Saunders on "24" as the bad guy). Julia Nicholson shows up as a new mother who goes into seizures and blacks out, but her EEG doesn't show them as true seizures, so it's a mystery as to what she's afflicted with because she leaves the ER, much to the protest of Pratt. Neela starts a research rotation and quickly klutzes up an experiment and doesn't make friends in her new environment on the onset. While she isn't crazy about ER and handling real live patients, I doubt her stint in research is going to be any more palatable to her. Abby is working in Psyche and is given a suicide group to handle while being evaluated by a Psyche staffer. She has to deal with a group of people who don't quite get along, and it isn't until Abby lights up a cigarette that the group turned their disdain for cigarettes towards her, and this brings the group together to discuss their issues and goals. Abby is yet again a natural in this medical field as well. Abby just doesn't have the test scores yet, but her instincts are spot on. Carter is sidetracked from getting some documents signed as Deb was supposed to take him to the place to sign because Deb's father suffers some injuries and is going through home nurses like a hot knife through butter, and had to be brought into the ER. Later, Carter arranges for a notary to bring the documents to the hospital to be signed, and he asked Deb her opinion on which room theme should be used for his future newborn. This reminds Deb of the son she gave up 3 years ago, and causes her to re-think her decision to give him up. Weaver is still lawyering up to get custody of her child Henry. She is allowed 2 days of custoday towards the end of the episode. Sandy's brother is sympathetic to Weaver. Abby goes to Weaver to try to pick up more nursing shift, otherwise she won't be able to pay for med school. Weaver tells her that her med school tuition was paid in full for the year. Abby figures out that it was Carter who footed her med school bill. She doesn't want to take the money, but Carter considers it an investment in medicine, and brings home the point that in the time they are having their conversation, the interest his trust/inheritance earns already outpaced her lifetime salary. Abby still vowed to pay him back.