Dr. Sara then excuses herself so she can go to the bathroom and gaze upon the positive pregnancy test she's been carrying around all day. Then she hides it again. Well, she and Michael do not have the best track record when it comes to total disclosure. Why should it be any different now that there's a complicating element in the picture? Also, why shouldn't this show introduce yet another plot twist with only three more hours to go? I'm fully confident the writers will be giving Michael and Dr. Sara's reactions to impending parenthood the rich and fulfilling emotional exploration they deserve.
We then cut to Christina, who's looking a little tense now that her cyberbuddy's been nabbed. When her phone rings, the caller ID reports that it's Vincent Sandinsky, so she answers with, "Yes?" We cut to Michael asking, "How badly do you want him, Mom?" Christina replies, "Michael, listen to me --" "That's not an answer. I'll be in touch," he says, and hangs up. We get shots of both parties looking pensive.
Meanwhile, Don Self is demonstrating why our borders will never be entirely secure, if his (lack of) instincts and ability to discern when someone is hiding something is at all indicative of Homeland Security. Because he's all, "Well, Sandinsky checks out!" Mahone tells the man he'll be released soon, and the minute Mahone turns his back, Sandinsky drops the milquetoast expression and looks conniving. Raise your hands, all of you who suspect he'll break out the kung fu in the opening minutes of next week's episode. Of course, given how this show's been pushed around the schedule, exiled to Fridays, and rushed to a finale, it might be more reasonable to request: raise your hands if you're even bothering anymore. Not so fast, writers. As for the rest of my fellow masochists, see you in a few days.
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