Jordan is irate, demanding updates every fifteen minutes on her daughter's surgery, or she'll have Chief Dr. Cox exercise his new power and fire the nurse. Meanwhile Ted strides into Cox's sight, introducing himself as the new Chief's invaluable right-hand man. Inundated with paperwork, Cox tries him out, giving him the lawsuit papers to review. Elliot decides to search for an old patient to whom she prescribed Plomox a year ago, and J.D. gives her a ride so he can pick Sam up from daycare.
To mark the first night alone since having the baby, Turk and Carla pop a bottle of bubbly, but the cork misfires, hitting Turk in the groin. While Ted is on a coffee run for Cox, Janitor stops him and tells him to be a man and show Cox who's the boss. Ted decides to make a stand and wins a small victory. After the champagne incident, Turk gets his remaining testicle examined by a doctor, who gives him a clean bill of health. Carla, however, insists Turk wear bubble wrap in his boxers to protect his groin and make sure they can have another baby. Elliot has arranged a meeting with her former patient. As she waits with J.D. he admits to her she's not as much fun as Turk. Elliot plays a practical joke on a fast food restaurant manager to prove to J.D. she's as much of a goof as Turk.
Janitor orders the Brain Trust to do his cleaning and Ted leads a revolt, forming his own Brain Bunch. Elliot's prank backfires and the cops are called in when the manager is kidnapped from the restaurant. Waiting for his daughter's surgery to end, Cox is overwhelmed. He has to deal with Turk admitting he's not ready for another baby with Carla, Elliot being unable to find her patient, and Ted finding his fighting spirit, as well as being summoned to the board meeting... again!
J.D. asks if Carla wants a baby so bad why is she making Turk have potentially harmful surgery to get a fake testicle and Turk admits he's the one who wants the fake swinger, not Carla. Still inundated with paperwork and chaos, Cox is finally able to escape all the harassment from Jordan when Jenny's surgery finishes.
J.D. asks Elliot if the real reason she's hunting for her former patient is fear that her prescription might have killed him. He then tells her the Plomax didn't kill him, the guy was hit by a truck. To make up for saying she wasn't as much fun as Turk, he asks if she'd like to join him and Sam for their afternoon latte. While they play happy families, Carla and Turk make up and the Janitor's Brain Trust brings Ted back into the fold, letting him choose their business focus: a card game.