Kimble finds Warren on another floor and tells him to keep Nutbucket busy and away from the second floor. "Dog, you are fooling around with his wife!" Kimble stares at him. "Okay, sure, still waters," Warren says, holding up his hands. Now do we think he means "still waters run deep," or that he'll be as still as water? I don't know either. Kimble goes back to his room and tells Mia they have to leave. Downstairs, Nutbucket offers Warren money to tell him what room Kimble's in. Warren takes the money and sends him to some room on the third floor, and then grins fiendishly after him. Kimble and Mia leave through the service doors and clamber down a ladder. At one point, Kimble attempts to assist Mia, but she knocks his hand away. I think we can safely assume she's got more issues than National Geographic. Nutbucket bursts into Room 306, which is in the process of renovation. From the window, he can see Mia and Kimble in the street trying to unlock her car, and Nutbucket bellows, "Mia!" For some reason, Mia can't unlock her car. The tension builds dramatically as Nutbucket dashes all over the hotel trying to get downstairs. Mia still can't unlock the car door. Finally, Kimble takes the keys from her and says, "Here, let me." I'm a doctor, I'm a fugitive, and I can unlock doors with a key. Mia gets into the car, and Kimble tries to start the engine. The engine struggles. The tension builds again. Just as Nutbucket runs outside, the car starts, and they take off.
It's now night, and the next sound you here is me retching in the bushes. Whoops! Make that Mia retching in the bushes. She staggers back to Kimble, who looks away and asks, "How far along are you?" Mia asks how he knew. "I just know," Kimble says. "Two months," Mia tells him, "I did the test yesterday morning, the dipstick thing." Now, wait a minute -- before we go into her peeing on a stick, how did he know? Firstly, it's called "morning sickness," not "evening sickness," so maybe she's just carsick. Secondly, what? Could he like smell her increased progesterone levels? He might be a good doctor and a crafty (arts-and-crafts project, heh) fugitive, but he's not Superman. ["Never mind Superman, he's not even an OB/GYN." -- Sars] Come to think of it, not even Superman would be able tell if a woman were two months pregnant for all his x-ray vision. I mean, it's not exactly considered a superpower that any of the Super Friends needed. But we're not going to be given the satisfaction of explanation, any more than we have been given explanation of Kimble's hair color or his easy access to FBI Internet files. Right, back to our story. Mia tells him that she stupidly thought being pregnant would help matters, but of course she was wrong, and Nutbucket actually slugged her in the stomach "to get rid of it. Jerk doesn't even know where a uterus is!" Mia sobs. Kimble makes sympathetic noises. Mia tells him she's been living with it so long "it almost seems natural." "It isn't!" Kimble says. Mia says she knows, and she had to protect her baby, "if I have to change my name and hide for the rest of my life." Every week. From eight to nine EST. On CBS. Mia puts her hand up to her mouth and starts to turn green. Kimble sits next to her and says, "Here, give me your wrist. It's a pressure point for the nausea." You know, when they finally get that "As Seen On Television" Web site working, where you can buy stuff online from the shows you watch like Phoebe Halliwell's numerous beaded slut tops or Spike's cigarettes, you'd able to buy one of those "pressure point" wristbands they carry in holistic stores to ward off nausea. "Don't toss your cookies the way Mia did in 'Far from Home' -- buy one of our special wristbands. Courtesy of CBS's The Fugitive." Kimble asks Mia what she's going to do. Mia tells him that her next-door neighbor moved to Camden, and she's going to stay with her for a while. Nutbucket made it hard for her to keep many friends. Kimble tells her he's going to make sure she makes it there safely. Mia asks why. Kimble just stares at her, so she sighs and says, "I'd like that very much."