The next morning, Fargo calls Allison from the site. He's put on hold. And then there's another commercial for a cell phone company. Yes, use Sprint for a clear connection that will do you no good whatsoever since you're getting placed on hold anyway.
When we return to the show for real (I think/hope), Carter visits Zoe in the GD ER. She's annoyed at having been subjected to all manner of tests and says she doesn't have any blood left to take. How much do you want to bet that Carter made them test her for STDs and pregnancy, too? I know she was in a zombie trance and all, but a night with Lucas is still a night with Lucas. Zoe says she doesn't remember anything from last night -- she went to bed and woke up at GD. Carter tells her how he found her at the site and brought her to GD with her fighting him the whole way until they got in the car, at which point she fell asleep. "It was like Village of the Damned," he says, clearly very worried.
Henry doesn't make Carter feel any better by suggesting that this could be the work of a virus that affects the forebrain and causes hallucinations. But he can't explain how a virus could cause such complicated coordinated activity. Carter suggests Dr. Suenos' involvement, but Henry says no since he already had his turn to help endanger the town back in season 2. Henry hands Carter brain scans of the affected children, saying there's "unexplained activity" on them. He won't say if the activity is dangerous, but he does admit it concerns him.