In the hallway, Jarvis starts to tell Christina that he has encouraging news, but she slaps him across the face. In a loud, clear voice that everyone in the area can hear, she tells him that she knows he poisoned President Martinez. A guard tries to pull her off Jarvis, but she shoves the guard away. She tells Jarvis she's going to bury him alive, and it seems like she's willing to stand there all day, telling him that his plots have been exposed and that he's an evil person. She's eventually interrupted by the news that her husband's awake, so she runs into his room. There are a lot of people in here, so it seems like they rescinded the rule about keeping people out. Martinez opens his eyes, but he still looks kind of out of it. Plus, he's got a breather thing in his mouth and doctors are prying his eyes open, so even if he were fully conscious, it would probably be hard to tell. All the poking and prodding is where Blair Underwood has to pay for that episode where he got to nap through the whole thing.
After a commercial break, the doctor checks Martinez's reflexes. Martinez, who seems almost completely conscious and coherent, promises that he will submit to the battery of tests if he can have a moment alone with his wife. And he gets it! He asks her what happened, and she doesn't want to tell him. He says that the last thing he remembers is telling Sterling that he saw the look in Jarvis's eyes, and that Jarvis had something to do with this. Boy, he's got a pretty good memory, doesn't he? And if he remembers all that, Christina decides there's no harm in telling him that Jarvis is working with Sophia, and that Sterling has been fired and is working with rogue alien Simon Lee. This episode sure has a lot of scenes where one character catches another up on information that the audience already knows. Martinez decides he needs to talk to Sterling and asks Sophia to get him.