Sy finds an alternate site for the staff while a termite infestation is removed from the hospital. Blake makes a surprising return.
Nurse Dori takes her son into Osaka where he witnesses a murder and becomes a target of the killers. Luckily, Detective Briggs is in Japan on an exchange program.
Glenn's attempt to put on a show for the troops is curtailed by a plane crash. Owen volunteers to play the trumpet because he think he is in a time loop with infinite time to learn how to play.
Cat's wedding is interrupted by a murder, and Owen must solve the mystery.
Owen reminisces about his imaginary friends to the amusement of the staff. Cat suddenly yearns for motherhood.
Lola is selected to go on a special mission and she must decide whether to leave her friends behind.
Sy has an idea for old fashioned day at the base but things get out of hand when a boy gets sick.
Owen changes his hair style which upsets everyone and leads to retaliation to teach him a lesson. Glenn confesses the secret to his surgical skills.
A visit from a hospital critic coincides with Sy putting on a wine tasting event and Owen agreeing to cover for Glenn that leads to trouble for all.
When Blake is kidnapped, no one will help except Owen, who interrupts his television show to help his fellow doctor.
Blake reveals multiple stories of drama at the army base, including Glenn and Cat's unrequited love for each other, and Derrick Childrens desire to regain control of Childrens Hospital from Sy.
Director David Wain narrates a documentary about his pal and rival, Just Falcon.
Blake tries to find something that will make Glenn feel something. Cat wants to assist Valerie with her child birth. Lola agrees to help Owen have his first orgasm and Sy takes Chief to see Oprah.