In the next scene, Hawkins finishes duct-taping the talking Goon to a gurney. His mouth is duct-taped as well, so I guess he's done talking tonight. Jake briefs Hawkins on their numbers: "We've got twelve men. From the looks of it, they've got about the same." "They've got three less than they had before," Hawkins corrects him. Wait, shouldn't that be four less? The silent Goon in Hawkins's house, the two at the door, and this duct-taped one. Unless he means that three are dead, and this one -- still alive -- doesn't count? But he's still sort of incapacitated from fighting with Goetz, so...four. "And that one will come in handy if they try and threaten anybody else's family," Hawkins says, indicating Howard the Duct-Taped. Given that it looks like he's in a custodial closet with Drano at the ready, dude should be worried about his knees. Jake nods at a Ranger who takes up a station at the custodial closet door in response. "So they tried to use you as bait?" Jake asks. "Oh, they tried," Hawkins says, sighing over their deadly mistake, "Where's my wife, Jake?" Jake tells her she's helping with Mimi. "Tell me what the hell's going on here," Hawkins requests. I really hope the news of Hawkins' Awesomality never gets out, because it's so amusing to watch people underestimate him.
Outside, Goetz is in some sort of mobile command unit, looking at blueprints of the Med Center. I want to giggle at Goetz for breaking out a mobile command unit to fight twelve Jerichoians, because it's sort of like taking a tank to a fistfight. Of course, I cut myself off mid-"hee" when I think of Hawkins and realize that Goetz is gonna need a bigger mobile command unit. A Goon reports to Goetz that he just found two of their Goons outside the back doors, dead.