So now, Jaime throws the blankets off her legs, and she sees that the little 'cytes are marching around in her legs, too, so she's seeing all sorts of springs and pins and -- most hilariously -- what looks like chicken wire. I think she's not upset that they gave her bionic legs; she's upset that they made her into a piñata. This freaks Jaime out, and she begins screaming and screaming -- like only a person in a movie ever does, all, "AAAAAAAH! AAAAAAAH! AAAAAAAH!" -- and can't stop. When Professor Dorkus tries to calm her, she hurls him into a plate-glass window, which he cracks on impact. Now that, I kind of approve of. I think P.Dorkus getting thrown into walls is going to be my favorite part of the show. She screams and screams until someone comes in and knocks her out with an injection of, it appears, French's mustard, which splashes out of the needle as it is injected.
So now, we're back to the sleeping eyes coming out of the mustard coma. They flutter open, and Jaime sits up and throws off the blankets, relieved to see that her legs now look normal. "It was a dream," she says out loud to herself, in case you weren't able to smell what the writers are cooking here. The scrubs-wearing person across the room turns uncomfortably as P.Dorkus enters the room, now dressed in his big-boy clothes instead of his scrubs. When Jaime sees that P.Dorkus has a sprained wrist or something (he's got a cast on his arm), she looks at him with concern, at which point he tells her that bionics make people super-strong. So...being hurled across the room hurt his wrist, unlike that car accident, which didn't lay a glove on him. At any rate, this is when she realizes that she wasn't dreaming, and she looks at him disbelievingly, saying, "What have you done to me?" She asks why he did this, and he tells her that the alternative was for her to die. Or, I guess, have normal prosthetic limbs? She unhappily sinks back on the bed.