Fall Pilot Season: Eleventh Hour
Pregnant girl is now at the hospital, and you know she's just never going to hear the end of it from the fake nurse and conscience doctor. She's being rushed down a corridor, so we'll find out what's up with her situation later.
Hood's hotel room. Rachel is checking all the obvious hiding places, making sure the room is secure, and finally leaves him with a panic button and a cover name, "Mr. Jones."
She trots on down to the hotel lounge to meet McNeil, who has the skinny on conscience doctor. He's a disgraced obstetrician named Sydney Hayward, who went off the medical grid two years ago. She is appreciative of the info. McNeil also uncovered that Rachel is FBI Executive Protection Detail, which is apparently quite impressive. He then makes the mistake of asking her to have a drink with him, and she says, "I said, 'I owe you one. I never said I'd give you one.'" And he just shakes his head and grins like, "Damn! Her moxie-meter is off the charts, CBS! You have outdone yourselves!"
Pregnant girl is now sleeping in a hospital room. As people are wont to do on TV, when she wakes up she immediately pulls all the IVs and tubes and stuff out of her and runs out the front door.
Back at Hood's hotel room, he's explaining cloning to Rachel with a pair of tweezers and some grapes. I think this is another one for the mentally deficient audience, so let's just skip it. Moving on.
McNeil, Rachel and Hood have found out about the pregnant girl at the hospital and chat with her doctor. They find out she's suffering from placenta previa, which, as we heard before, could kill her if she goes into labor.
Back at Hood's hotel room. He wants to go harass the billionaire they found at the library, and Rachel thinks that's a retarded idea, considering they have no proof. Then she storms off and passes out in her room.
Meanwhile, the fraudulence of TV infomercials drives Hood to drink, so he sneaks away to the hotel bar. He also accidentally activates his panic button once he sits down there, causing Rachel to kick in his hotel room door in her undies, and search the entire hotel until she finds him at the bar. They are both embarrassed, and Hood actually does seem to be genuinely sorry about the gaffe. I'd still kick his ass if I were her.
It's morning, and Hood has somehow convinced Rachel to go accuse the billionaire of cloning his dead son and leaving countless dead mothers in his wake. It's kind of insensitive, but we're in the home stretch of the episode, so it's not like they're going to be wrong about this. They walk in, introduce themselves, notice a Westec brochure on his coffee table, accuse him, he fairly convincingly pretends to be offended and throws them out.