Pink Floyd Sound Effect #3. Tool Boy is pushing his cart into Lex's room. Lex is still entracalado in his metal bed cage. Tool Boy asks if he'd like a newspaper or a crossword puzzle. "What do you think?" Lex asks. Tool Boy asks what Lex does when he has an itch. Lex gives him a priceless look and says calmly, after a lengthy pause, "Get out of my face." Instead, Tool Boy comes over and drapes himself all over the metal rails. He makes Lex a proposition (like Lex doesn't get that every other hour from inmates and guards): he offers a chance for escape. Lex isn't interested -- or, at least, he acts like he isn't. Tool Boy says he needs funding. Once he's out, he needs to disappear. Too bad he's not friends with the invisible guy from "Shimmer." Lex admires the kid's moxie, but is still a little sore that Tool Boy tried to kill his friends and take his money. That always puts a crimp in any business deal. Tool Boy says he's all better now. Lex says he's happy for him. Both of him. Tool Boy taunts Lex: he says that if his brain were about to be deep-fried, he'd have a different attitude. Lex chuckles, since he doesn't know what the hell this guy is talking about. Tool Boy shows Lex a medical chart detailing his upcoming brain-sizzlin'. Lex doesn't find it so amusing anymore. Tool Boy says that if Lex wants to save his cerebrum, Lex knows where to find him.
Medical Center. Those extras earn another $100. Inside, Lana is struggling along the dual rails again, this time wearing a tight blue stretch top. I think the producers are finally going to allow Lana to have one humiliating moment per episode to placate us, and it happens here. She steps off the rail and leans forward to reach for her crutches. Folks, she falls on her damn ass. Hard. And the camera doesn't follow her, so it's like a comedy pratfall where the person drops right out of frame. I think this is supposed to make us happy. The other reason the camera is fixed at torso level is because Poor Man's West Bentley strides in, sees Lana fall, and rushes over to help. Lana explains that she was pushing through the pain. He says he noticed that she changed her therapy time. Lana says she wasn't crazy about the company. PM'sWB swears he was a nice guy once. Lana whines that nice guys usually have the most issues. Lana is stopped from walking away by what sounds like a sincere apology. But wait! Lana can't even have a spine about that. (I don't think her leg is the problem with her troubles walking.) She says that the guy is right, and that she really hasn't been pushing herself hard enough. She's afraid to face her real life once she recovers. Yawny yawn yawn. Lana brightens up and asks why PM'sWB is in PT. Lame joke about fine cuisine and post-modern décor. He admits that he tried to get into a burning building, and a beam fell on him. He was trying to save his parents, who died in the fire. Lana is suddenly concerned. And hot for him. PM'sWB says it's just time for him to move on. He uses his thick eyebrows to communicate that he's afraid of the future, too. What if they outlaw eyebrows someday?