Benton is not feeling very well and it comes out that he needs a operation. And luckily, Carter with Doyle get that change and I am sure they rather enjoy it.
But in the start - Carter and Doyle have to work on the same patience and as we knew before - that is not easy for them. Also, Carter has troubles with Benton has he is giving up, Carter wants to join the team and he needs paperwork done but he is postponing it. So, when he is down, and Carter is ready to do the operation, who is happy now?
We also get some more char development with Doyle and Carter as we learn quite much about them both - Carter cannot shot.
Also Greene is getting little too into some things as he ends up with three dates in the same night and ofcourse - they find it out and so, instead a lovely lady, Greene spends the evening with his best friend, Doug, of course. Violin is playing so lovely.
But the pearl of this episode is case the Doug is handling - a dieing boy who wants to die. His mother do not want to accept it, but she does respect his will until the moment is here and she with his girlfriend back from their promise and Doug is forced to save his life knowing that he wants to let it go but is just too young.