The Supernatural Three's Company
George and Mitchell are at their lockers at work, lamenting the fact that they have a ghost for a roommate. Mitchell thinks it is because she has unresolved issues. George grumps about her being there and not having a job or whatever, because she makes a mess and doesn't bring much to the table. Then he says he's going to work for an hour, and then head down to the isolation room. Mitchell will unlock him in the morning. They hug and part ways. Mitchell then notices an oddity on the surveillance cameras, and then we see him in scrubs checking out the situation.
He sees a guy named Seth. Seth's apparently a fellow vamp, and he's staring over a body strapped to life support. Apparently there's pressure among the vampire community to turn more high-profile or wealthy people. Seems logical. Seth offers to share life-support guy, and Mitchell says that he's stopped. Seth tortures him about some incident from a while back that didn't go so well, and then Mitchell lifts Seth off him and tells him to tell his cohort/boss Herrick that the hospital is strictly prohibited.
George is in the hallway pushing an elderly man around in a wheelchair. A bubbly blonde chats away with him, until they reach a memorial wall where George stops to stare at a picture of a girl named Lauren. He tells the blonde, who is apparently named Becca, that Lauren died a few months ago, before she started. Mitchell strides over, to the delight of the blonde, and reminds George that it is time to get going. He hands the wheelchair-bound patient to Becca, and then takes off down to the dark and creepy basement. But there are guys doing work, welding and whatnot, because they are turning the space into some sort of office. George takes off in a panic.
Mitchell's sharing coffee with Becca the blonde, but all he can hear is the thudding of her pulse. His hand starts to shake badly, and he blames it on his recent attempt to quit smoking. Becca then asks him if he's dating anyone. She says it came out goofy. He laughs, but says that all his relationships have ended very poorly. Yes, sucking the life out of girls tends to put a damper on a future together. He says he can't keep hurting people, and he wants something normal. Then George busts into the cafeteria, and Mitchell runs to help him. I'm waiting for someone to ask if they are gay. Instead, they drive off to the countryside, and he runs off, but Mitchell yells that it isn't safe out in the woods and he should really be somewhere contained. Like on Buffy, when they used to lock Oz in the library. He tries to get him to go home, where he'll be in one place. But George takes off running. He comes across some campers, a dog, and a couple having sex. Then there's a shadowy guy with a fedora who wants to know what he's running from. Mitchell's about ready to drive off, when George hops in the car and says they should go back to the house.