Back at the firm, Jordan bawls his daughter out for lying to him about Eli being in good health. "Are you serious?' Taylor demands. "I love him, and he could die. Any minute, I could lose him." Jordan ignores this and says he expects secrets between them, but not dishonesty. He is most seriously displeased. Taylor, who knows her father way less than I seem to, half-chokes, "Eli's been like a son to you, and it's like you don't even care that he could die. And you're disappointed in me." Jordan flinches because his daughter can't see that all his misplaced anger is because he's beyond worried that Eli could die. Now, he will have to push Eli far, far away from him so it won't hurt when Eli does die. But at this point, the distance of righteous anger is all he can summon up.
In Dr. Chen's office, Eli rails against the acupuncturist for making him believe that his visions had some greater spiritual purpose. I'm not really seeing how that has changed just because this particular vision is all about saving Eli rather than other people. Eli's blustering clearly hurts Dr. Chen, but he just asks what prompted Eli to reveal the truth about his brain cloud. Eli shouts about his father-son vision and then sits down, musing, "I'd forgotten how out there he could be, and how mad it would make me. Seeing him like that, I wasn't going to let Nate ruin his life just like our father nearly did." Dr. Chen decides it's time for a needle nap to give clarity to the father-son flashback. Just before he needles him, Dr. Chen says enigmatically, "Give my regards to your father." "What?!" Eli blusters before being shot back in time.