Now, the wonderful Jaime Runs In The Woods footage. It starts off with Jaime running in the woods as a helicopter, presumably searching for her, thwaps its rotor overhead. Naturally, she flees, and this is where they are obligated to introduce the fact that she can run very fast. Rather than do as they should and find some way to either blur her or...man, anything would be better than this...they basically just speed her up, which looks hilariously cheesy and dated, to the point where I keep expecting Ewoks to come out from behind the trees. Like, they did okay with the bionic eye and the ear and some of the other special effects, but this treatment of the bionic running is absolutely horrifically corny. She runs across a road where a little girl sees her and tells her mom about it, but the mom doesn't believe it and tells her to stop making up stories. "I just thought it was cool that a girl could do that, that's all," smiles the little girl, in the show's naked, awful, pathetic, thoroughly watery attempt to position itself feminism-wise. For shame.
In some catacomb, P.Dorkus runs into Miguel, Ruth, Shadowy, and the SWATs. He commands them to let Jaime go. "What the hell did you do?" asks Miguel. He and Miguel begin to tussle over P.Dorkus's wish to have Jaime set free at least for now, and Ruth chimes in that the best way to get Jaime's trust is to give her some freedom, or at least a feeling of having some freedom. Miguel picks up a walkie-talkie and orders everyone to "stand down." Everyone else scatters, and Shadowy tells Miguel this is a mistake. Miguel tells him not to be so sure -- the accident was no accident, since the truck driver's neck was broken. Thus, someone else was driving at the time of the crash. Miguel's logic having proved to be beyond question, they break the huddle.
Unrealistically Ornate Elevator. Now that she has outrun a helicopter, Jaime is in need of a sensitive musical interlude, so Sia's "Breathe Me," last heard in the Six Feet Under finale under slightly weightier circumstances, kicks up on the soundtrack. She stands idly in her apartment, ignoring P.Dorkus's voice coming from her answering machine, asking her to pick up. And then, as we must, we cut to the shower, where a naked Jaime is probably contemplating the loss of her identity, rather than wondering (as she should) whether it will hurt her robot eye to get it wet. Seriously, you're not even supposed to get a cast wet; aren't there probably instructions for upkeep of this kind of thing? Hilariously, when she's out of the shower, she stands in front of the mirror and lets her towel drop so she can stare at her boobs, which are not bionic. Why isn't she leaning in to stare at her eye? Or poking at her legs? Or flexing her arm? Why is she staring at her boobs? It's like bad movies where people get shot in the arm and start limping.