Nate is forced to confront Gunny after he seems to be jeopardizing other officers' safety on the street by his actions. Clint diagnoses Gunny's secret, but Gunny forbids him from telling anyone about his condition, which could be helped by a radical surgical procedure. Derek's sponsored 'son' Vijay arrives from India and ends up living with the Hebert's and cooking wonderful Indian dishes. But he may not be all he appears to be. Lt. Doss' old girlfriend Rita, a Navy Seal, visits. Tippy feels inadequate, so she does something about it.
Clint cares for a mother, father and son who are friends of Nancy but they seem to have a family secret. Nate and Beverly go to a spa with Derek and Nellie. Tippy starts a lunchtime errand business to buy Steven a special birthday present. Dr. Crane lobbies for a spot on a medical certification board.
Racers Scotty Redfield and his father Bud come to town shortly before the beginning of the racing season, and both father and son are devastated to learn that Scotty has a subdural hematoma that could end not only his career, but his life as well. Nancy offers comfort to Bud as she also waits for news on Scotty, with whom she has gotten romantically involved.
Richard Black wants to make Westbury Clinic a part of his management team, but doing so Donna DeWitt agrees to performance evaluations. Black asks Dr. Crane to handle the cross evaluation of the nurses.
Nate is having trouble sleeping because Beverly is snoring so he asks Dr. Crane for help. Dr. Crane helps Nate by telling him to sew a tennis ball in a sock and then sew the sock to her nightgown. One problem: they both lose sleep.
Nate wonders if Beverly's food cravings are common. Richard Black tells everyone at Westbury that going corporate is a good idea, but problems are about to happen. Black continues his big lie. Only Clint smells a rat.
Nate drives everybody crazy with pictures of the baby, while Nancy, Clint and Derek try to find away to get Westbury back from Richard Black. Dr. Crane, Clint and Donna DeWitt meet with Richard Black and learn they can't come back to the clinic. Irene gives Clint an idea as to how patients can be treated. Clint uses his home as a clinic. After looking at Irene's chart, Clint thinks she may have a tumor. Donna, Nancy and Tippy think Richard is cooking the books and making him rich. Richard learns Westbury isn't his hospital anymore.
Tippy's friend Marcia hides a secret. Raul has to put something in time capsule that will be opened in 60 years. Marcia ends up in the hospital. Tippy is asked to say with her and learns the secret. Marcia asks Tippy for sleeping pills. Tippy thinks 10 pills is too much. She learns of Marcia's other job as a news photographer in which she photographed the death of a little girl. Raul asks his friends to help him make a video about what has changed and what might change 60 years later.
When Clint learns Tom Bailey stopped taking oxycodone, he decides to put him back on the drug to ease him off the drug. Clint finds out politics can be a problem when Tom's patient file is leaked to the press. Beverly learns her parents are getting a divorce but that they will always be there no matter what happens.
Clint treats a baby that has PCBs in her system. Clint tells the Barnes family that all have PCB in their bodies to the fish they ate. Clint decides to talk to the CEO of BND manufacturing, Clint only gives himself and Westbury trouble.
Captain Steven Doss launches Operation Rules Of Engagement as a way of asking Tippy to marry him. Clint treats a young boy named Jordan for ADD. He notices something else is wrong when Jordan doesn't hear Clint calling his name. Clint tells Jordan's parents that he has auto immune inner ear disease.
Donny suddenly learns he has an inheritance. Clint tries to advise Donny on how to handle the money. Clint learns Donny's cousin Ray may try to keep him from getting the money. Raul learns how to handle an allowance.
Dr. Crane and Clint train Kyle, a medical student, to help treat patients at Westbury. After Kyle misdiagnoses a patient, Clint wonders if there is something much worse going on with him. Kyle tells Dr Crane and Clint that he has peripheral neuropathy.