Walter tells Astrid to reset the circuit breakers and to tell the medical school that they're returning Mr. Spencer. He snaps the last bit at the dead body itself, like he's blaming the corpse for the fact the experiment didn't work. Mr. Spenser does not respond, which I suppose is pretty much the entire problem. Astrid at least has the consideration of whispering a "sorry" to Peter, who continues to glare.
Later, Bell is washing his hands in the sink when Peter stomps up and demands to know what they do now. "I guess we try and find another brain-dead host," says Bell. The good news is that summer-blockbuster season is just around the corner, so that shouldn't be too hard. But Peter wants to know why he thinks it will go any better this time around, since the other body fit all of Bell's parameters, and they were lucky to find him in the first place. "I have a new idea. You said that if you didn't find a suitable host in forty-eight hours that you would just go away," says Peter. Bell stares at him. "Are you suggesting that I die?" he asks, and Peter just smirks. In fairness to Peter, Bell did say that. "I'm suggesting that I want Olivia back," says Peter, and then another light bulb shatters and Peter says "And I'm losing patience," and then Bell looks terrified and for a moment it seemed like Peter was about to go all Carrie all over this place, but then it's Olivia saying, "Peter, help me!" and then she collapses.
So 911 gets called and the paramedics are wheeling Bellivia down the hospital corridor, with one of them telling the doctor that she's had no response to four milligrams of Lorazepam, and the ER doctor wants to know how long she's been seizing, and the paramedic says twenty minutes which Peter corrects to twenty-five, so the doctor wants to start her on a Phenytoin drip. Walter says that's wrong, and the doctor and the nurse take exception, instead of what you'd like to think they'd do when a person is dying right in front of them, which is just actually ignore the Bishops, but Walter presses on and says Bell can't tolerate Phenytoin, because he's anemic. No matter, because Bell's crashing now so the doctor's getting the defibrillator ready, at 360. Walter fears that's too much, but Peter tells him to just let them do their job. "What if his consciousness changed her physiology? A charge that size directly into her heart..." Walter asks Peter, but Peter says the doctors have to do something. The doctor's about to go ahead with the defibrillation when Bell grabs his wrist. "Doctor, I've been jolted once today. If you do it again, you will kill me and the young woman I'm living inside of," he says. Does the doctor have anything to cure the creepy old man voice coming out of the young woman? Because that would at least be a start.