Cut to Pangborn and the director, who wonders loudly why they aren't shooting yet. Dr. Tech wheels out the mobile vac, and Amy exclaims, "What the hell is that?" Dr. Tech tells her it's the mobile VAD, but she's not buying. She insists that it isn't the thing she signed for. She spots Kellerman and Lopez and, pointing, says, "That's the mobile unit I signed for." Kellerman stops short and tries to turn around. Not such an easy maneuver with a blood machine plugged into your cargo. Pangborn rushes up, hissing, "What do you think you're doing? You stole from the film shoot!" The director, Amy, and Dr. Tech wander over with the mobile vac. The director asks what's going on, and Amy says there must have been some confusion. She indicates the mobile VAD and says it's their unit. The director, perplexed, looks from the mobile VAD to the mobile vac, saying they both look like TVs to him. He asks Dr. Tech to make the call on which one they should use. Dr. Tech catches Kellerman's leading look and chooses the mobile vac. "All right! That's the one I love!" the director beams. He notices Mr. Lopez, and murmurs, "This guy's the real deal. I want to start the shot on him." It's Pangborn's turn to give a leading look. Kellerman knows better than to argue, and agrees. The director hurries off, and Pangborn leans in to whisper to Kellerman, "You'd be so busted if we didn't need this money!"
Cut to Letitia's office, where Gina is already waiting when Coones and Dalgety arrive. Dalgety looks at Gina and asks what's going on. Letitia gives him a finger-wag and warns him not to talk to Gina. She reassures Gina, "You're safe here." Coones informs Dalgety that they take sexual harassment "very seriously." Unless it involves color photocopies or shower scenes, that is. Dalgety can't believe his ears. He asks Gina what she told them. Letitia warns him not to speak to Gina. Dalgety insists, "I did not sexually harrrass this girl!" "Woman," Letitia corrects. Gina confirms that Dalgety is telling the truth. "We had sex. That's it," she says. "That's it?" Dalgety asks, a little wounded. "That's it," Gina growls. Insisting that it was consensual, Gina asks if she can leave. Dalgety won't let her go yet, clarifying that it's more than just sex between them. Gina mockingly asks if he'd call it a relationship. Coones asks what the two of them would even talk about. "Everrrathing," Dalgety says. Gina hahs scornfully, and Coones echoes the sentiment. Dalgety holds up a warning hand to Coones, saying that he doesn't know what he's talking about. Dalgety explains that he tried to help Gina, not for sexual favors, but because he wanted to do something nice for her. He turns to Gina, saying that he just wanted to try to show her that he does care. Her eyes soften. He laments that he messed everything up. Shaking her head softly, she assures him that he didn't. They basically forget that there's anyone else in the room, and Letitia tells Coones that they should leave the two of them alone. Coones sputters, not sure what just happened. Letitia drags him out, complaining indignantly, "We've got a real problem to deal with. Someone stole one of our vacuums!" Coones pauses at the door, needing a little more evidence of Dalgety's sexual preferences, and looks troubled by what he sees. Dalgety and Gina press their foreheads together and then kiss.