Ah, but you didn't really think Abby escaped the clutches of the MRI (OF DOOOM!!) again, did you? For when we return to PPTH, she's still in there and complaining that it's taking so long. On the PA, Foreman tells her to keep still. Suddenly, the MRI (OF DOOOM!!) shakes. Foreman returns to the PA to apologize for the disturbance, explaining that there's an earthquake. Well, obviously something's not right in Abby's head now, although I prefer to think that it's the ground opening beneath the MRI (OF DOOOM!!) to suck it back down to hell. As Abby watches, a cart and an IV pole roll around of their own accord before smashing into the wall, which then tears away as it, the cart, and the IV pole are all sucked into this cloud swirly space thing I totally saw in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation once. Or, at least, I would have if I watched that show. But I didn't, because I was cool. Abby watches in horror as other items in the room are sucked into the black hole, trying to brace herself against the walls of the MRI (OF DOOOM!!) as if that's going to do anything to save her. Hell, it probably summoned the black hole to PPTH in the first place. Abby tries to resist the black hole, but soon it becomes too much and she is sucked into it. The MRI (OF DOOOM!!), on the other hand, stays put.
Back in reality, Taub and Foreman slide Abby out of the MRI (OF DOOOM!!) tube and find her looking very out of it. "She's hallucinating," Foreman says. "I certainly hope so," Taub replies. Absolutely. Hallucinating > being sucked into a black hole. I wrote a paper for a college physics class once on what would happen if you were sucked into a black hole. No one knows for sure, but there are a bunch of theories based on theories based on theories. But all of those theories were proposed by really smart people, so you can take them to the bank. I think my conclusion was that you eventually wind up as part of the infinitely dense and infinitely small singularity of the black hole. Of course, that's after you've been stretched apart at such force that it breaks your body down at a molecular level. But if someone were to watch you fall into the black hole from a safe distance outside of the hole, he would only see an image of you right before you crossed the event horizon (point of no return) because time slows down as the gravitational pull of the black hole increases and the speed of light itself slows down to nothing. Something like that. Um, it's actually really cool if you're a nerd. Probably not very cool if you actually are sucked into a black hole, though.