Henry is sitting on the floor of his house going through all his old scrapbooks and photos, looking for his childhood home movies. His wife comes in and sits down next to him, saying she booked a hotel room and shipped the kids off to a sitter for later that night so they could do more of what they did "the other night," and she says it so pornily that it can only mean what she and Edward did the other night, which annoys Henry a whole lot. Poor guy. She gets up to leave, saying if he doesn't feel well, he should go see a doctor and Henry goes from "I hate Edward!" face to "Lightbulb!" face.
Henry, anxiously waiting in a hospital lobby, is greeted warmly be a doctor who we soon find out is an old college buddy of his. Henry cuts the smalltalk short by telling him he thinks somebody put something in his head. Oh, that doctor is so toast. We also take a short detour to Mindy Sterling, who calls Mavis to tattle on Henry for being AWOL. Mavis is disappointed in Henry, and sends a team out to nab him.
Henry's none the wiser and getting a CT scan from his doctor buddy, who thinks he's lost his mind. He tells the doctor discretion is very important, and asks him if there's any way he can report the scan to the insurance company as being for something other than his brain. The doctor is like, umm, yeahh, no, and we cut to Mavis and Tony tracking Henry down via neon glass computer walls.
Back to Henry, riding the bus and making phone calls to everyone he's known longer than 19 years, and one by one discovering that they do not exist. Jesus, that would be devastating. Again it just can't be said enough: poor Henry!
He notices a tough character walking towards him and gets up to move away, but a mystery passenger sprays him with mystery juice. Henry clutches his heart and crumples to the floor in pain. Attack of the Zombie Cucumber!
Posing as a paramedic, Raymond extracts Henry and puts him in an ambulance, where a no-nonsense Mavis is waiting for him in the episode's opening scene. She tells him he can either accept that he's a part of a "covert sleeper operation" and play by her rules, or she'll let him die. He chooses the former, but I'm pretty sure I wouldn't. Henry has the worst life ever. Alfre Woodard, on the other hand, is amazing, and I just realized I haven't said enough about her performance on this show.