At Sandman's house (which from now on I'm going to call The Dreaming, because that's where Sandman lived in the Neil Gaiman graphic novels), Joshua wakes up, nose twitching. "Atomic Dog" plays on the soundtrack as Joshua gets up and walks out on the street, sniffing all the way. Joshua stops to snuffle a fire hydrant, and for a second I think that we're going to be treated to seeing Joshua lift his leg to relieve himself, but thankfully, he doesn't. Joshua stops to converse with a black dog (possibly a mastiff), then takes off in another direction. Joshua enters a fish market, sniffs a giant fish, and even licks it a little, before the owners tell him to get out. Remember when Max told Joshua to keep a low profile? I don't think running around sniffing everything was what she meant by that. Also, I don't want to think of the implications of Joshua looking for Max, and sniffing a fish instead.
Joshua eventually makes his way to Max and Original Cindy's apartment, where he howls at the door. OC hears it and opens the door, because if you heard a dog howling at your door, of course your first reaction would be to just open it right up without putting the chain on or anything. Joshua busts in. OC is startled, both because of Joshua's looks, and because she's wearing some slinky lingerie. Max enters the room and wonders what Joshua is doing there, and then reassures OC that Joshua is "a friend." OC regains her composure and shakes Joshua's hand, then offers up some breakfast.
Joshua scoops up some oatmeal using the wrong side of the spoon, like, if he's advanced enough to use utensils, wouldn't he be advanced enough to figure out how they work? Joshua fills OC in on the back story, about how he and Max are trying to find their father, Sandman, who will be able to cure Max's Logan-specific virus. OC is all for Max being able to "get busy with [her] man." Joshua says that's the plan. Max once again encourages Joshua to lay low, and Joshua agrees. OC offers Joshua some more oatmeal, and when Joshua lunges for the pan, she smacks him on the head. Sometimes I wish that they would eliminate all of the characters on this show except for Alec and OC.
A mysterious figure covered in a blanket and wearing The Hat That Ate Cleveland limps through a market in Chinatown. I'm just going to call this figure "Lumpy," because his distinguishing characteristic is that he has a lot of tumor-like lumps all over its body. Lumpy walks up to one stall and makes a purchase. The merchant is alternately frightened and grossed out by Lumpy, although all we get to see is the lumpy hand, which drips blood onto a pristine white T-shirt at the front of the stall. The merchant sees the blood, and tells his co-worker in Chinese not to take Lumpy's money. They order Lumpy away. As Lumpy limps along, the other shoppers glance at his face and run away.