Then she asks what Skeet does with the "Englishman" and asks if they're "ghostbusters" and Skeet can only wish to have such a cool job. And he explains about Sodalitos Quaerito, which she translates as "brotherhood in search of truth," which for some reason makes him think she's heard of his rinky-dink little group, until she tells him she just knows Latin, after eight years of medical school. And again with the brilliant deductions is Skeet: "You're a doctor!" And he's really, really excited about this. He asks if she works with her dad, and she laughs and says, "God, no," and says that would be a disaster, since she and her dad get along better with a little space between them. She says she practices out in California and is visiting for a few days. Then Raina notes Skeet's "search for truth outside the normal boundaries," and asks if he's found any. Skeet looks gobsmacked. "That would require a long conversation. Which we could have…" he begins, and it's really unbecoming for Skeet to pop a boner over every new secondary female character on this show. But before he can finish hitting on her, Dr. Bauer's speech is wrapping up, like, nice rip-off three-minute speech including questions. So Raina's all "gotta jet" and says it was nice to meet him, and Skeet makes The Skeet Face watching her go and turns back to a smirking Keel standing there saying, "Miss me?" and I'm one of the few TWoP regulars who thinks that constantly searching homoerotic subtext between two men is a big waste of time -- although I do play team sports -- but even I can tell that Keel wants Skeet very badly.
Then we are at the "Steadman Clinic," according to an unnecessary on-screen title. Dr. Bauer is chillin' with Sher-Wood again and popping pills and talking into a handheld tape recorder, going on about Sher-Wood's elevated alpha waves, which are probably a result of the "flux treatment" and which the doctor says will continue until they're certain that there's been no progress. At this, a little blue light on Sher-Wood's headgear goes on, illuminating his face, and the "A" button on the little hanging keyboard lights up, and Sher-Wood's little computer-voice voicebox says, "A." Dr. Bauer turns, making The Skeet Face. "Sher-Wood, was that you?" And Sher-Wood spells out Y-E-S on his keyboard and corresponding screen. Bauer is stunned. "You did it!" he says, and Sher-Wood is all congratulatory, "No, you did it, doctor." And then, Sher-Wood lets loose with highly technical advice on how to improve the treatment -- the screen rapidly fills up while Dr. Bauer looks on. "Infusion every four hours is the answer," concludes Sher-Wood. He glances over at the dumbstruck doctor (Sher-Wood's eyes apparently the only part of him that's mobile). "Dr. Bauer? Are you getting this down?" Commercials.