Branch Rogerian HQ which, conveniently, is the church basement. Jimmy can't believe Darcy's been hanging with the refugees. Hawkins wants to talk to Darcy first. If Jimmy were Columbo, he wouldn't allow this. However, Jimmy does (unfortunately). Hawkins explains to Darcy what's going on, and says that they have to get their stories straight. "What did you do with her body?" Darcy wants to know. Isn't it better for her not to know that? Or not be asking that question in a room full of people? After Hawkins tells her, Darcy nods: "So I could tell him that right now and never see you again." Yeah, but Hawkins didn't kill Sarah, Darce. Your kid did. You really think Allison is going to let her dad get into trouble for what she did? Some kids might. Allison wouldn't. Hawkins gives her the story: family, New Orleans. "And you don't know anything else about her," Hawkins rasps as Jimmy walks up. There is NO WAY Jimmy didn't hear that! My God, Hawkins is such a bad FBI agent. Hawkins backs off. Darcy says that she will only talk to Jimmy without Hawkins. Hawkins leaves and says he'll be out front.
Medical Center. Kenchy prepares for surgery and asks if Mom ever did a surgical rotation. "Only in school," Mom says. "Most of my career was in post-op." Oh, right, she was a nurse. "Kenchy," Meddie begins, uncovering tools, "I feel obligated to ask you if you are sober enough to do this. You can talk me through it." Kenchy stares at her over his surgical mask: "You will refer to me as Dr. Duwalia, nurse. My sobriety is not the issue." "The people I call 'doctor' don't smell like a brewery," Meddie snits. Hon, the people you call "doctor" are probably mostly dead. Mimi interrupts with April's vitals. "God help us," says Kenchy -- I mean, Dr. Duwalia -- as he draws a line on April's iodined stomach.
Jake walks into the hall. He looks annoyed. Aaand it's because Eric's on his tail, being annoying. "Is the baby okay?" Eric asks, pulling on scrubs. "I don't know!" Jake snaps. "Okay? Mom said there was a problem." "We were just collecting firewood," Eric whines. "You don't have to explain it to me," Jake says. Seriously, shut up, Eric. "What about Mom?" Eric asks. "Worry about that," Jake agrees, and claps him on the back as he opens April's door. Mary has suddenly appeared behind Eric. She must've been waiting there the whole time when Eric was getting scrubs on. Mom eyes Eric silently as he walks in, and then catches sight of Mary standing anxiously in the hall. Mom pauses in tying her mask. Jake looks back at Mary. And then to be EXTRA-dramatic and not very sanitary, Mom pulls her mask down and off with both hands and grits, "Shut the door." Jake shuts the door.