In the hospital, Max pulls Joshua along on a gurney, under a sheet. OC shows up and says that she came as soon as she heard. The doctor asks if Max found anyone, and Max removes the sheet to reveal Joshua's face, saying that he has "a little canine DNA." The doctor is momentarily taken aback, but then says that as long as Joshua has the correct antibodies, it should work. I'm not even going to get into the science of a blood transfusion being able to cure a virus, because I don't know much about it, but it does seem a bit fishy. The doctor hooks Joshua up to Logan, and the blood begins flowing. Logan is still unconscious, and intubated. Joshua reaches out and pats Logan's face, saying, "Logan, get better now."
At the police station, the cop who arrested Alec asks a woman named Mrs. Ryan if she is ready. The cop orders someone to "bring them in." A bunch of guys, including Alec, file in for a line-up; apparently, Mrs. Ryan is trying to identify one of them as the perpetrator of a crime. Mrs. Ryan picks out Alec, of course. The cop walks into the room and tells Alec that he's under arrest for the murder of Timothy Ryan.
In the hospital waiting room, OC assures Max that Logan is strong and that he will pull through. Of course he will! He's a regular! He has a contract. The doctor enters and tells Max that Logan is going to make it. Max looks relieved, but not as much as you'd think. OC gives her a hug. The doctor says that Logan asked to see Max, and walks away. Max turns and tells OC that she can't see Logan now, or ever again. OC thinks that Max is just upset, and Logan will be fine. Max wonders what will happen next time, and says that this has to stop. She tells OC to pass on the message that she's glad Logan is doing better. What I don't get is why Joshua or Alec can't just go in, like once a month or so, and give blood to be held in case Logan gets infected. If it worked once, why won't it work again? I guess that's not as dramatic. Max walks out of the hospital.