"Midnight" A very heartwrenching episode. Carter and Kimba lose their child due to a very tragic circumstance where the baby squirmed around and tied a knot in his umbilical cord and died in the womb. Carter's father shows up for support and Carter needed every bit of it. The final scene where Carter knows he needs for Kim to say goodbye but she's so reluctant to even look at her son was so sad. It brought tears to my eyes. Sam's creepy ex wants to try to put his family back together and asks Luka to step aside, which he does for the time being. Neela is concerned with a 17 year old patient, Elgin, who was hypertensive and appeared to not be in good condition to be out and about. She convinces Pratt to go find him at his residence, and Elgin's not in good shape, but Pratt convinces Neela that he needs to just take better care of himself. Later Elgin shows up in the ER in heart failure. Pratt is exasperated by the turn of events. It's graduation time for Neela and for Abby. Neela's large family shows up for the ceremonies, and she takes them on a tour of the ER, and gets an eyeful of a patient that wanders around in the buff. Abby barely makes it to walk across the stage. Luka and Susan are in attendance (as is Sam, her ex, and Alex). Afterwards she declines to celebrate with the gang, but calls her mom to tell her about graduation (though her degree was one of those "not quite done, on hold dependent on passing your finals" degee holders). Weavers finds out that Abby failed her boards (way to go Morris!), and is concerned about Abby being a match while not passing her boards, which would be a bad thing for the hospital, and hints around perhaps trying to pass Abby off to her second choice, and Abby gets very legalistic and defensive about the skeeziness of Weaver's intonations. It was not a pleasant encounter. (I could have gotten the gist of it wrong given the way the dialogue flowed, but that what I got from their scene).