The desert. A jeep is driving past a dusty sign with an airplane on it. It reads "L___ball" and the handy translation, "Airport." Lex is in the jeep, his shirt partly unbuttoned, and he's sweating up a storm. He looks as if he's hungry like the wolf. Some professor-looking guy in the front seat asks if the heat is too much for Lex. Does he even know whom he's talking to? Lex, who looks nauseated, says he doesn't want any record of his visit to exist: "Bury everything." He hands over an envelope full of cash. "We will be like footprints in the sand," the man says, smiling. Lex winces. That footprints remark isn't so reassuring when we see a wide shot of the dirt road and there are TONS of what look like ATV tire tracks. Yeah. Money well spent, Lex. The jeep drives toward a waiting airplane. Lex boards it. A blonde doctor is waiting inside. "You're two hours late," she tells him. Lex says that some things are worth the risk. Like Nutella. "What's more important than your life?" she asks. On this show? Lana's life.
Episode Report CardOmar G: B+ | 1043 USERS: B-
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