Mr. Dempsey tells Vicky he likes her and then talks about how much he likes this herbal sweetener. This is either product placement for salvia or a plot point. He casually mentions that Carter is alive, but Vicky sticks to her story that Sean and Collier surprised them and shot everyone in the Snyder police station before they could react. Mr. Dempsey accepts her back into the fold and gives her a new target: Vice President Raymond Jarvis. He asks if that will be a problem, and she answers, "Only for him."
Motorcade! Jarvis is in the company of a whole lot of secret service agents, so you'd think someone in the oval office could have told Martinez where he was. Jarvis enters a hospital that has supposedly been swept, but I'll just tell you now that it's actually crawling with baddies. There are a lot of hallways. Eventually, Jarvis tells his bodyguards to wait, and he enters a bathroom or examining room or something. Just then! An agent tells Martinez that Jarvis is with his physician, and Martinez wants him brought in. Immediately! Boy, it's too bad no one could locate Jarvis until just after he separated from his detail, huh? So somebody busts into the examining room (or possibly bathroom) and discovers that Jarvis is gone. He's gone! Through this other door!
Sterling insists that they activate every available field agent to track down Jarvis. Aren't they looking for Sophia and Thomas? At any rate, they soon set up a perimeter.
Jarvis walks down a service tunnel (which is really just a hallway with a lot of pipes on the ceiling) and goes through a door into a room. Note the incredible detail I'm able to give with these scenes. Vicky and that goon enter. She holds a gun on Jarvis, then shoots the goon. She's the worst assassin ever. She's always shooting people on her own side. She leans in on Jarvis and tells him she wants out, and the only way out for either of them is for Jarvis to turn in Dempsey. I support this plan, and I think Jarvis should strongly consider it. Then Vicky vanishes down one of the vaguely defined hallways, because why would she bother watching Jarvis to make sure he does what he's told?
Leila freaks out about Sean not being in the car. Hostage Doc suggests that the cops got him, although you'd think they wouldn't be casually buying water if they found a guy with a gunshot wound in the parking lot. Anyway, they find a trail of blood that reveals that Sean has crawled into a back alley so he could hide behind a dumpster. The doctor starts spouting lingo like "Pulse is thready!" and "He's bleeding out!" so it's time for a back-alley surgery! The light's really terrible, but the characters don't seem to mind. The doctor makes Leila help out by doing things like injecting saline directly into Sean's bone marrow and holding her finger right on the wound. She also helps mop up the blood until the doctor can find the bullet and get it out. He starts sewing up the wound while Sean wheezes and Leila says soothing things and holds her finger still. Then he says that Sean is going to make it. All the blood is because he "blew a clot," which doesn't sound great. He recommends an ER if Sean has any fever or nausea, and Leila thanks him. And with that, the Hostage Doctor's ordeal is over, and Sean and Leila are off on another adventure!