The Man heads toward another Plexiglas habitrail; Creepiovitch is inside. The Man sips coffee and says he didn't bring Creepiovitch any. Sorry! Creepiovitch just says, "It's a diuretic." The Man agrees that maybe those that live in clear cells shouldn't drink a lot of fluids, particularly ones that make one pee. What a charming conversation. Creepiovitch asks if The Man is going to torture him, or just "talk [him] to death." Aren't these lines mostly filler? Someone sneeze and say, "Exposition!"
Dr. Thora examines Jake's sexy sexy abdominal wound and says SP may be made a field agent. "He's getting a commendation, you know!" Jake couldn't care less. "There's room for two heroes around here -- don't be jealous." Too late. Jealousy is a stupid emotion, but it's there, like a pimple, or tonsils. Jake hisses that SP is divorced, but Dr. Thora already knows. "Wait a minute...have you been checking up on him?" Nooo! He's got other things to do, like a weekend of TV football to take in. Dr. Thora is totally grossed out that Jake looked into SP's background. Jake wants to know "why a crypto-guy carries a gun to a carnival!" Dr. Thora says half the people in the building and the country carry guns. Sure, but does that make it right, in context? Jake says there's something wrong with SP, and Dr. Thora says Jake "has lost the ability to relate on a personal level." To which I must add, "lost"? Jake's been fumbling all along. Jake just then remembers running out on Whocaresah. He tells Dr. Thora they kissed a week ago, but he has "no clue" what the next step in their relationship should be, "because she can never know the real me!" What with the nanites and all. Nanites are like cooler herpes. They're forever, but harmless, and yet they still freak people out. Jake concludes, "Nobody can ever know the real me! Nobody but you." Dr. Thora says, "I'm here for you...there is life outside this building." Jake had better start helping himself.
It's a cool fall night. Jake waits for Whocaresah in a park. When she arrives, he apologizes for everything, but she stops him. "I don't think either of us expected there to be anything there...you don't have to keep coming up with these stories to explain the fact that you're hesitant." Jake tries to deny any hesitation in his actions; it's just that he doesn't want to "wreck this." Whocaresah says she needs Jake to be "completely, totally" honest with her. I'm sorry, but Jake came clean in like the third episode to her about his field agent status, and she laughed him off. Don't you ever listen, Whocaresah? Shut up, Whocaresah.