Previously on Night Shift, Robin told Jagger that Stone's behavior seemed unusual, and Jagger got upset. (This is after Jagger was shirtless.) Billy Dee told Epiphany he wanted to do right by her, and they kissed. Claire and Kyle decided to move in together. "Leo" had an off-screen personality transplant and among other things told Saira she could tell him something in confidence but then turned around and brutally told a set of adoptive parents that their child was the victim of human trafficking and that they (ignorant of any of that) should be ashamed of themselves. Saira was all how could you, I trusted you, and "Leo" was all yeah, that was dumb of you.
Also, Jagger was shirtless! And GH viewers scratched their heads over why they are stuck with the mob dreck while the decent writers are relegated to a 13-episode weekly nighttime soap on SOAPNet. (Also puzzled are SOAPNet executives, to learn that they are producing an actual soap opera.) Plus, Jagger was shirtless!
Patrick and Robin appear to be arguing over her refusal to take his input about x-rays of a patient's torso, but it turns out they're actually arguing over Patrick's insistence that they name their daughter (if they have one -- they don't know the sex of the baby yet, do they?) Dale, after Dale Earnhardt Jr., Patrick's favorite NASCAR driver. Oh Patrick honey, don't remind me that you like NASCAR; it diminishes the hotness. Anyway, Robin -- who apparently unlike me did not have a grandmother who filled her in on at least one of the wives of Roy Rogers -- says Dale is a boy's name. Patrick hotly says no, it's unisex -- like Robin. Robin wants him to name all the male Robins he knows and he says there are lots but he just can't think of them right now. Robin hands Patrick a names book and says pick a name out of there.
Patrick: Robin, we're not going to pick our daughter's name out of some book, okay? It's got to come from the heart.
Robin: What about Matilda?
Patrick: ::is horrified::
Robin: What? I like Matilda! It's French.
Patrick: Unfortunately, our daughter's going to grow up in America, where we beat up kids named Matilda. [Sri Rao, you are just asking for a thousand crazed Heath Ledger fans to descend upon you! -Ed.]
Robin: Fine. You said that it has to come from the heart. Matilda was the name of my dorm mother in Paris.
Patrick: When I said heart, I meant my heart.
Hee! I love this version of these two. Anyway, they argue a bit more, and just after Robin leaves the room Patrick has a lightbulb moment -- Robin Williams is a man! "Unisex. Dale's back on the table." Oh, Patrick. You are so never going to win this fight.