In Dogville triage, to the sound of Sagittarons praying, Dualla comes stumbling up, looking like hell. I heard this was originally supposed to be Racetrack, but I guess Dualla gets more central due to being a self-hating Sagittaron. Whatever, it would be a woman in this role, of course, and since all the women on the show this week are being written in the same way, I guess it doesn't matter. Michael Angeli's ex-wife climbs inside the Dualla Suit and asks Dr. Robert for some bitamucin; Mrs. King watches at an angle such that all we see is Robert's creepy hand readying the injection, Mrs. King staring, Mrs. King remembering how Dee's Sagittaron from her speech earlier, which made no sense and didn't move the plot along at the time, but only existed to remind us that Dee is Sagittaron in a place where Mrs. King could hear it.
Mrs. King somehow gets into the crew's quarters and knocks hella loud on the door of the Agathon home, waking up all three of them. Helo gets dressed -- aww -- and grabs his gun; Sharon tends to the baby. Mrs. King informs Helo about Dualla, again in the most ass-backward and unclear possible way of getting this info across: "Your friend, the soldier. Dualla. She's sick. She went to the doctor. She went to the doctor to... no, you listen to me. We lost two more tonight: Sagittarons, who let that murderer treat them. You have to do something." Sharon asks what the hell King's doing there, just as the Marines arrive to cart her off. "Frackin' refugees. I don't know how she snuck through. Morning, sir." I love the hate everybody has for civilians on this show, it's so hilarious and true to life. The Cally Tyrol inside the Sharon Suit goes "Whatevs" and heads back to sleep, but that won't do for the Helo Suit. He starts getting dressed, and Sharon's like, "Don't even think it." Mrs. King lies, when she cries! Helo's like, "It's Dualla, dude," and Sharon totally scoffs. "She has a husband." Who is flying CAP, Helo notes, but Sharon's not convinced. "She'll take her meds, she'll be fine." Sharon makes the Mean Girl Boomer eyes at him and lets him in on the hideous rumors about Helo and the Sagittarons, how he "might actually be listening to them." My GOD with the Helo Suit right now. Who is this lady pretending to be Sharon Agathon? Helo points out that "listening to the Sagittarons" is right now his entire job, which she knew like four hours ago, and Sharon underlines how they're dying due to not taking medicine even though they are sick. The Helo Suit grows to twice its normal size; people in quarters five floors away start thinking about shitty stuff they can do to make Helo look even more awesome and put-upon.