Dr. St. Hubbins winds up his little speech with the statement that eighty-four percent of the rats he injected with this alkylating agent were dead within a week. Jack thinks that, given his prognosis, he doesn't really have any other choice but to try the stuff. The doctor tells him the stuff was taken off the market ages ago because it was too lethal. Jack just calmly says he has contacts and sources and he'll get the necessary chemicals. The doc hands him a slip of paper with what they need written on it. As a final farewell note, the doctor tells him that if these drugs don't cure him, they'll kill him. Jack leaves, with the doc looking fondly after him.
Apple Store. Marshall's looking up the sketch of Nerdy. Nadia walks up and asks if he's found anything. Not yet. Nadia's phone rings and it's Elena, telling her that she wants to make dinner for the girls and their boyfriends. Nadia walks over and asks Agent Sean if they're free for dinner tomorrow. "Dinner? Food? Are you kidding me? YES," says Weiss. Hee. Nadia says it's fine with them and she'll check with Syd and Vaughn. Elena gets off the phone and goes from kindly smiling auntie to cold-hearted killer in 0.528 seconds flat.
Warehouse of Twelve Monkeys. Jack enters a dimly lit space surrounded by monkey cages. A rather monkey-looking fellow greets him, and Jack asks if he was able to procure the necessary chemicals. Monkey Boy goes to get them and makes Jack promise that they'll never get traced back to him. Jack's all, yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm doing double-overtime on the "pretty pictures in my head" thing already, dude. Just gimme me the damn drugs. Before Monkey Boy hands them over, however, he feels compelled to warn Jack that the human body wasn't designed to handle drugs like these and whomever the poor guy is that Jack is torturing -- "Curious morality coming from a guy who kills monkeys for a living," snits Jack. Heh. Even drugged up and dying, the guy still delivers a good smackdown. Monkey Boy finally hands over the goods and asks if this pays off his debt to Jack. Jack just says, "Be seeing you, Anthony," and walks off. Hee. As he leaves, he looks wistfully at the monkey cages.