A Korean refugee is in desperate need for a kidney from his brother back home and Trapper is sent to Korea to set up the surgery. At the hospital, he soon meets the woman he fell in love with 30 years ago and wanted to bring back to America with him.
When a doctor who is a friend of Jackpot's is dying and she appears to have given up any hope and wants to die. She goes to court asking that she be allowed to die. And the judge presiding over the case is Jackpot's estranged father.
J.T. finds a boy who is suffering from malnutrition living in a dumpster and brings him to San Francisco Memoral for care. His mother arrives to claim him but seems to be in the same strange condition that he is: very violent and without language.
Stanley is greatly impressed that Jesus has gotten a job as an orderly. However, soon the teen is admitted for stomach pains and it turns out that the cause is the drug-filled balloons he swallowed. Meanwhile, J.T. is elected the intern representative to the hospital board, and discovers that there is more involved than free donuts.
After J.T. begins taking care of a well-known rock singer with melanoma, he realizes the man is different than he expected him to be. Meanwhile, Jackpot wins a lottery, but cannot find the ticket to claim the prize.