John walks into the office, late of course. Linda is busy diagnosing people, incorrectly, obviously. John finds a cat in his office. The latch on the window is broken, and it turns out the handyman has died, so he can't fix it for him.
At the diner, John is eating soup, when Jake joins him. Jake apparently had an erotic dream about Reggie, and he tells John all about it. Reggie comes over and hears the whole thing. Since Jake is blind, he of course doesn't know about it. The same thing happens when Bob walks in.
At the office, Linda is handing out chocolate cupcakes to the patients, when John notices and yells at her. John goes in to see a patient who complains about all of the tests John is ordering for him. After yelling at him, he leaves the patient alone in the room, and finds the cat still in his office. He asks Linda and Margaret to take the cat to the vet after Linda notices the cat seems a little hot. Since they're busy, John has to take the cat to the vet.
At the waiting room in the vet's office, John yells at a woman who was annoying the heck out of him.
After hearing from the vet about his need to run a lot of tests, John complains, just like John's own patient did earlier.
At the office, John tells Margaret about him taking the vet, and John is still busy looking through vacation brochures, but he's not able to find a good one. Linda suggests New York, which makes John laugh since he lives in New York. She explains he should check in to a fancy hotel and go to Broadway and see the sights, like a tourist would.
At the diner, John comes in and says that the surgery was a success and will end up costing him $1500. Bob comes in as John is leaving to talk to Reggie. He still can't believe she would sleep with Jake and not him. Reggie and Jake decide not to tell him the truth, and Reggie says he was the best lover she ever had.
At the office, Linda says the cat isn't anywhere to be found. After Margaret and Linda leave, John goes in and opens the window and keeps it propped open with a book, so the cat can come in.
This wasn't one of the funnier episodes, but in the end, we got to see a more human side of John, which was nice for a change. The primary source of humor in this episode came from Jake's erotic dream regarding Reggie. The two of them had a little fun with Bob.