Do No Harm: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Snide
Tennis elbow lady comes in and thanks him, but only with a wave? Why not actually speak to him? Then Donald is recovered and able to recognize his family. At some vague time presumably later that day, Jason stands outside waiting for Lena to leave. He wants to know what Ian did. She doesn't buy the whole "that wasn't me in the motel room." And frankly, who could blame her? He says he ran out of medication for his condition. She wants to know why to believe him and he says he's a terrible liar. Usually he's more just about avoiding the issues. She asks if he remembers kissing her and pushing her against the wall? He doesn't and worries that this turned into a date rape situation, but it didn't. Instead, she pushed Ian away and he laughed at her. Humiliating? Absolutely. Enough to jump ten feet in the air and run in the other direction when you see the guy? Maybe not. Jason assures her that she'll never see that side of him again. So... until next week?
Ruben says he's almost got a new drug ready. But Jason doesn't want to control Ian, he wants him eradicated. He wants to do it, no matter the dangers and whatever. He's got a plan to let Ian think he's free before killing him. This apparently involves making a video for Ian that's a "peace offering." He wants them to lead their own lives and not be entirely destructive. That seems likely.
The next morning, we're outside Olivia's house and she has a cute little son in adorably too-small pajamas who is probably about five years old. He drops his monkey toy outside and we see Ian in the bushes. He picks up the toy and then the boy comes back out, all unsupervised and the like. The mom is worried about a homicidal stranger who is known to be targeting her and she lets her kid go outside alone? And its daylight out, so what is it... like, seven in the morning? She should be keeping better track of her kid, especially if she's aware of the 8:25 time clock. Ian asks the boy his name and cute innocent child replies, "It's Cole." Ian hands back the monkey with a warning that monkeys have been known to eat their young.