The guard on Roman's sickroom has apparently been relaxed, because Adaleen is able to sneak upstairs and into the room. She finds him unconscious., half-sitting up in front of a cheesy soap opera playing on the TV. She barely has a moment to fret over his sad condition before she hears people coming and dodges into the obvious hiding spot. She's trapped in the clos-eeeet! Alby and his creepy-ass wife Lura (formerly referred to as "Mrs. Alby #1" in this space) enter the room, suspecting nothing. Adaleen has left the closet door open a crack, allowing her to watch in horror as Lura gives Roman a fresh dose in his IV. "It's so close," Lura whispers, and she leaves with Alby. Adaleen decides it's safe to come out and root around in the desk drawer to see what they've got Roman doped up on: Looks like something called Sensarin. I haven't heard of it, but I'm guessing it's not the generic version of Sensodyne.
Margene is across the street talking to Pam, telling her she can't have the baby for her. Of course, they're having this conversation on the sidewalk, because as much as we keep hearing about the Henricksons' secret life, apparently Pam's the one who won't let cameras into her house. Pam is disappointed, to say the least. "Whyyeee?" she whines. Margene starts babbling excuses, until Pam interrupts, "Carl's going to leave me." She starts to melt down, saying, "If I don't have a family for him, we'll have no family in Heaven." I'd submit that a guy who leaves his wife for not being able to conceive is kind of getting a little bit ahead of himself worrying about who he's going to hang with in the celestial kingdom. "I can't lose Carl," she sobs desperately, like he's such a prize. Besides his jerkwad attitudes about reproduction, he hasn't even showed up for shooting since the season premiere. Still, Margene can't hack Pam's helpless blubbering, and she agrees -- nay, promises -- to do it. Pam falls on her knees in front of Margene on the sidewalk and wraps her arms around her waist in gratitude. What a couple of fucking idiots.
Meanwhile, Lois is having herself a one-on-one meeting with one of the UEB board members, making a case for putting Bill in charge. Fortunately, she frames it in terms of Bill having the ability to represent the compound in mainstream society rather than talking about back doors.