JC and Zoe meet with Lieutenant Gilmore. She tells him to make sure the police don't respond to a break-in later tonight at Vertanen Pharmaceuticals. He agrees, but says they're done after this. At Vertanen, JC's set up cameras so Bench can monitor everything and let them know when and where to go to avoid security guards. Bench tells them they're safe to go in, and Zoe asks JC if she'll ever get to meet his imaginary friend. JC tells her he's a very private person. Bench, in the Library, doesn't crack a smile. He just fills them in on a guard they must dodge. They clomp up the stairs and through the hallways and I have to wonder what kind of crack security Vertanen has.
As JC busts into Lawson's office, Zoe says he's probably one of those guys who can bust out of (in this case, into, actually, but since that lines foreshadowing more than anything pertaining to this moment, I guess we aren't supposed to notice) anything with a paperclip. She asks where he learned this stuff, and JC cracks his lovely smile (!!!). So soon? He tells her it's a long story. Inside the office, they see find Dana's history's all been deleted, but Bench tells him nothing's ever really deleted and he should use the recovery software. He does, and they find a file she accessed a dozen times in the days before she was killed. It's the clinical trial sheet for Sylocet. But one file is slightly larger. Six names are missing from the data they submitted to the FDA. JC sends the names to Bench, who finds they all died of heart failure within a year of taking the drug. Six people out of 300 is a two percent mortality rate. If a million people take it, math whiz Zoe fills us in, 30,000 people could die. Bench hears air conditioning in the room, and realizes that's what he's been missing on his recording. He leaves them alone so he can go figure out what the rest of the recording says.
Just then, Douglas busts in with a gun, and Lieutenant Gilmore. Zoe tells the Lieutenant that if she can't trust him, she'll have to kill him. But he's pretty sure she won't get the chance. He says he held up his end, because the cops will not be responding. He turns and walks away. Douglas smirks. Bench plugs in the air conditioning data, and can suddenly hear a bit more of the recording. Dana tells Lawson she's going to go to Mr. Keller. Bench tries to tell JC, but gets no response -- and sees the office is empty. Surveillance recording of Douglas calling Lawson and telling him he's got them both. Lawson's on his way.