Martinez enters the Oval Office in high dudgeon. He tells Jarvis to get the hell out, but Jarvis maintains that he's the official president and it would take an official cabinet vote to put Martinez back in. Martinez says that he knows what Jarvis did with Sophia, and Peel declines to help Jarvis out. Jarvis claims that everything he's done has been to ensure the safety of the American people. Also, he thinks all those strokes Martinez had will make the cabinet members less likely to vote him back in right away. He wants independent tests. Lots of them. He points out that Eli can barely stand (that's an exaggeration, but he is using a cane), which obviously means he can't lead the country.
While Sean sits next to Leila's tent, Sterling's working on the laptop and failing to get in. Simon zip-ties Doctor Lu to a chair. Wait, I thought Lu was inside the tent. Yeah, she definitely was. I guess maybe Simon was able to go inside and get her, but wouldn't he then be in danger of carrying some of Leila's disease outside where Vicky, Sean, and Sterling could catch it? I don't buy it. I don't think Lu should be out here. But she is, so let's just deal with it. Sean and Leila are sharing the first interesting conversation these two characters have ever had. She thinks she's definitely going to die, but Sean thinks there must be a cure. I think it's a more interesting story, and Leila a more interesting character, if she really does die. Sean decides that denial is the way to go and talks about how they should move to Portland or Seattle and get a dog. She says he's allergic to dogs, but he just shrugs that off. He says he's not leaving her, but she wants him to find Sophia and stop her. At this point, can't we leave that to Vicky, Simon, and Sterling? I mean, they're the trained superspies here.