They are at a GD gym, and there's a dead body laying face down in a hot tub. She's a cleaning person, in charge of the steam and sauna. Fargo wonders if this girl was clumsy, but Carter notices that she's wearing gloves, and the other gym lady says the tub was empty when she started cleaning. Fargo does a test and confirms that she's also filled with syn water, but she wasn't at the baby shower. Carter gets a call from Allison, she's at the medical facility. She says they started testing people, and they caught Dr. Bell just as her lungs were starting to fill with syn water. Good thing, because she'd only have about five minutes to live after that. Why did Draper and Monroe die earlier, if they were all together? Wouldn't it have been simultaneous? Anyway, they are basically flushing Dr. Bell's lungs, until they can figure out the cause.
Dr. Manly again tells Henry says that NewKim's organic tissue is degenerating, because her original cell-structure has no space for Earth immunities. Henry did that, because he thought it would leave more room for data storage. Dr. Manly has a plan to submerge her in an acid solution to break up the nanobytes of data. Basically dissolve her. Henry asks for 24 hours to come up with an alternate plan. Tess says he can have until midnight (though there's no clear idea of what time it is currently) when the procedure will be ready.
Back at Dr. Rivers' lab, Carter says that they found that when her syn water is added to human plasma, the water turns into a geyser. Dr. Rivers thinks that it must be one specific person's plasma, but that was a generic sample. He says bad syn water is to blame, and he's going to have to shut down her lab. Dr. Rivers, who has crazy intense eyes to go along with her ridiculously annoying name considering her occupation, looks highly pissed. He asks if her recycled water goes through a filtration system and she says hers is the best on or off of the planet. That gives him pause. She explains that syn water can be compressed, while natural water molecules can't. She says that one canister can start a civilization and is the only hope for populating life on other planets. She takes a big guzzle of some water to prove her point that it is totally harmless. She doesn't think her water is to blame.