And then we're in some makeshift operating room again, where there's a writhing victim strapped down to a table with his eyes pinned open, looking terrified as Mr. Mary Poppins uses scary-looking tools and makes measurements and takes notes. "So sorry, sir. These don't belong to you, do they?"
And then the agents are pulling up to a restaurant that's under construction in Chelmsford, Mass., which the recipient apparently owns or works at. Good thing he was close by! And for someone who dressed down the poor receptionist at the Rosindale Eye Bank, Broyles isn't exactly moving really quickly to try to find another in a series of transplant patients who have had their organs repossessed. Broyles gets off his phone and tells the others that they got a name for the donor: Amanda Walsh, in Providence.
They go inside the restaurant, where no one is actually working or constructing or renovating or anything, and use their flashlights to walk around instead of turning on the lights. Creepier that way! Peter's the one who founds another plastic-sheeted surgical area, and he calls the others over, only there's no one strapped to the table anymore, just a couple of trays with surgical tools left behind. "We're too late," says Olivia. No, but in a moment I'll wish you were: they hear a noise from nearby and go to check it out, and in a walk-in freezer or something Olivia finds a man wandering around. He turns around, and we can right into his head through his currently empty eye sockets. "Please... help me," he says. Gah! Good thing this show's breaking for a month -- I can't take a lot of scenes like that!
Later we're in a hospital, and the victim seems to be recovering, with bandages and gauze wrapped around his head. He tells Peter and Olivia about how he was walking to the restaurant to see how construction was going. Yeah, did Mr. Mary Poppins kill all the workers? How did that work? He says he started feeling dizzy, and the next thing he knew, he was strapped to a slap. "He actually apologized. Can you believe that? He wished there was another way, that they didn't belong to me." Well, as long as you can laugh about it now.
Leaving the hospital, Peter and Olivia discuss the remorseful organ thief, which Olivia says makes sense: "He didn't want to hurt those people. It's about her. He didn't want her organs going to someone else." Well, if anyone's sensitive to how it feels when someone's organ goes into someone else, I suppose it's Olivia.