Anyway. Gerard and Kasdan track down Kimble by going to the parking lot where the day-jobbers get picked up. Gerard demonstrates his amazing fact ability. Back at the construction site, Rainer questions Kimble about him amazing medical skill, and Kimble fumbles around and actually comes up with a pretty good lie, i.e., that he was in the army and picked up some medical skills. Rainer also warns him against ratting out anything else he may have seen "up there." He then bribes Kimble into keeping his mouth shut, and as he does, Kimble sees that Rainer's sporting a gun.
Camelot Inn. The clerk tells Kimble that Fred Johnson called and that he's tied up until Monday. Kimble pays him again to get more info. Apparently Johnson is waiting for a package.
Gerard and Kasdan watch a videotape of the parking lot. Gerard spots Kimble.
Kimble visits Laura in the hospital. She tells him the doctors are impressed with what he did and they want to meet him. Kimble mumbles he can't stay, and that he thinks he saw someone sabotage the ladder so she would fall. Then he tells Laura what Rainer said to him. He tells Laura to "be careful," and makes to leave. Laura stops him and tells him that she owes him, and could she cook him dinner? She fumbles and hems and haws through the invitation while tossing out various "cute" lines like, "This is not going well," and "Boy, this has got to be the drugs." Kimble saves her from her awkwardness and says, "What time on Friday?"
Laura's house. Kimble and Laura's daughter eyeball each other. Finally he plays airplane with his food and the daughter cracks up. Oh how touching and sweet. Geddit everyone? Kimble's really a good guy despite the horrible crime he's been accused of committing. GEDDIT? Because if not I can sabotage this narrative ladder so you go tumbling to your doom!! Kimble and the daughter stare at each other some more. He plonks his mashed potatoes onto his nose. The daughter does the same. Oooh. You know a show's in trouble when they're trotting out the cute-kid crutch on the first episode. The daughter, all precociousness and curls, and potentially more annoying than Hallie Kate Eisenberg if she doesn't watch it, says, "Are you married?" The adults are embarrassed, even though you know her mom was wondering the exact same thing. Kimble tells them that he was.