Dr. Crane gets a surprise when his old girlfriend, Dr. Gwen Hall, wants to work at the clinic to help get some grants approved. An old patient of Clint's, Rick Fulton, wakes up to find that his daughter is unsure of whether to hug him. Rick later becomes upset when he learns that his wife has had to run the car dealer ship by herself for seven years while her husband was in a coma and has made a huge success of the business. Dr. Crane becomes upset when he learns that Dr. Hall approved someone else's grant before his.
Clint and Westbury take on a new challenge, with the help of Marcia Rodich who wants to teach African doctors how to operate on children in Africa over the Internet. Meanwhile Tippy and Dr. Crane going to be starring in a play called "The Servant who would be King." But after Barbara, Dr. Crane's leading lady, suddenly quits the play he is shocked to find that Tippy is his leading lady. Later, Major Doss watches his wife in action but begins to get worried when the eccentric director shows Dr. Crane exactly what he is looking for in his leading man.