Outside on the patio, Sarah tells John that something weird is going on here, because she woke up and the doctor was giving her roommate an injection. Surprisingly, John is unconvinced that a doctor giving a patient an injection at a medical clinic is suspicious. "She was passed out when she gave her the injection. She'd already taken sleeping pills." John, not entirely seriously, asks if she thinks the doctor is the "angel of death," and he's completely dismissive, and John's just lucky she's in a sleep clinic and not the crazy house with the way he treats her. Further evidence that crazy stuff is going on? After giving her the injection, the doctor went into another room. In the basement! That's when they both see Dana greeting some guy on the patio, and he's brought her a bunch of sunflowers. She seems okay now, points out John. She's not though, says Sarah, no one is.
And then he asks if she slept, so she thinks he thinks she's making it up, and he calls her a mess, and she tells him not to be fooled by anyone's face. "You don't know what's behind anyone's face," she says, and then he asks if they're talking about the guy at the factory, and she doesn't want to talk about it, and he asks if that's the guy in her nightmares, and I swear to god if this show gets canceled I'd better not hear any blame being given to the Friday night death timeslot without anyone acknowledging long, boring scenes like this.