Lt. Bubba's on the phone, disobeying orders by trying to get a flight into Charleston. His captain walks up, and Lt. Bubba puts Northwest on hold. "Don't bother, they lost him," Capt. Pouty says, and I notice that he looks remarkably like Art Garfunkel. Lt. Bubba is pissed and tells Northwest to forget it. Capt. Pouty yells at Lt. Bubba and tells him to take a vacation. Capt. Pouty leaves. Lt. Bubba places a call to the Charleston sheriff's department. I think Lt. Bubba is what the police force would term "a loose cannon."
Mia checks herself into a women's shelter. We know it's a women's shelter because stenciled across the doors are the words "Women's Shelter."
Kimble gets away from the hospital by hitching a ride in an empty ambulance. No jumping off buildings, moving cars, or drawbridges in this week's escape! I don't feel I'm getting my money's worth.
Tim Daly, kitted out in a wetsuit, tells us, "If you or someone you love is in an abusive relationship, don't trust someone like me, a fugitive from justice, to save their butt." Seriously, though, it's nothing to joke about, and people who are in a domestically violent situation, or are concerned for the safety of a friend and family member, should call the national hotline for domestic abuse at 1-800-799-SAFE, because there is a way out. I'd also like to add that it's not always women who are abused; men are too.