Anyway, Dr. Sara eventually spills her guts to the bartender regarding Bruce, and we find out that he endured Annie: the Musical for her sake, which truly does make him a prince of a guy. When Dr. Sara rebuffs the advances of the barfly, he steals her credit card to pay for the drinks (well, it's Bruce's credit card), and that is how the One World Conspiracy manages to track her down to San Pedro. Agent Blots Out the Sun soon darkens the door of the dive. However, he fails to cow the bartender. She simply shrugs that she hasn't seen Dr. Sara. That bartender has nerves of steel, I tell you. Why isn't she supervising air traffic control for the nation, or something equally vital? Anyway, we see Dr. Sara bopping back toward the warehouse, and she takes a call from Michael. He cops to being a worried boyfriend, and she tells him, "Listen. You're what's keeping me going right now. And you're all I have left, and that scares me. I just want us to be together." Michael points out, "I know the circumstances are a little less than ideal, but we are together. You're here, I'm here. It's not 'one day,' any more, it's today. So why don't you come back, and we'll make some dinner, and maybe find a little time for ourselves?" With an offer like that, how can Dr. Sara refuse? She continues toward the Team Scylla warehouse, and we see that she's leading Agent Blots Out the Sun right toward everyone. And a small part of me wonders: could this maybe have been prevented if she had prevailed upon Bellick as her sober buddy? Am I the only one who remembers that episode? I guess we'll find out next time.