Lisa is at class, and we see flashes of what she is thinking about -- A.G.'s sweaty torso. The guest speaker is Gerald Misenbach! Lisa looks uncomfortable and slouches down in her seat. Outside the classroom, Gerald comes up and tells her that he stopped by her house, and that he's surprised to see her at the class. Lisa says she's getting her real estate license, and then says she meant to call him but she's been busy. Gerald says that she had no intention of calling. Wow, brutal honesty. He apologizes for his earlier behavior and says that he's glad things worked out for her, and gives her his new phone number even though he says she won't use it. As he walks away, he says, "You'd never know it to look at me, but I'm separated." How would you know by looking at someone? That was a really stupid line. Lisa laughs, probably at how dumb that line was.
A.G. and The Doc are checking out a little corner pharmacy, thinking they've been sent to the wrong place. They go in anyway, and while they walk down an aisle, A.G. cracks, "After we find our terrorist, we can pick up some cough drops." He never quits, does he? The Doc asks for Ward Lomax, and Ward comes out. The Doc introduces himself as Dr. Theodore Lawrence, and says he works for the U.S. Government. Lomax is impressed because he knows of The Doc's work. They retire outdoors for some conversation. Lomax lights up a cigarette, and Doc observes that Lomax must not be a real doctor because anyone who knows about science wouldn't smoke. Is this part of that project I read about where the Government inserts anti-drug messages into television shows? Plus, The Doc wants to know if Lomax is afraid (there's that word again) of cancer. Lomax says he's not afraid of much. A.G. notices a mouse sitting on a cat's back, seemingly without fear. The Doc realizes what's going on -- Lomax makes his vaccine there, in the pharmacy with no government oversight. Lomax says he has no idea what The Doc is talking about, but then with a wink, he says it isn't about money for him because he answers to a higher calling. The Doc continues his theory by saying that Lomax is still working on the dosage and thus conducting human trials. He asks Lomax about the woman in Coney Island who died. Lomax says that casualties are inevitable in scientific progress. The Doc wonders why Lomax is doing this since he doesn't have manufacturing, distribution or sales. Lomax says he only needs those things to make money, but he wants to be ubiquitous, and gives the examples of iodine in salt or fluoride in water, and excuses himself. The Doc makes a call and says he wants Lomax "watched around the clock."