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: [playing the board game Agricola
] Instead of mending this fence, I'm going to take this clay oven. Painmaker
: Look at this guy! He's going to starve our kids.
[Scott discreetly shows Rachel that he has Duncan's copy of The Island of Dr. Moreau
] Rachel Duncan
: [pointing to the game Scott was playing
] A... gricola. Delphine Cormier
: What? What is it? Scott
: Uh, board game. Medieval farm building. Delphine Cormier
: Oh. Rachel Duncan
: [to Scott
] Teach. Delphine Cormier
] Medieval farm building? Rachel Duncan
: I'm so... bored.
: [teaching Rachel the board game Agricola as a cover for a discreet meeting
] Okay, you're a medieval farmer. Each turn you get two choices to build your farm - one for you and one for your spouse. You can build fences, plant crops, have children. Rachel Duncan
] Not seriously. Scott
: Oh yes. This is how we do it, Rachel. Anyone comes in, we're farm building. Now, there are 14 game rounds in six stages, with a harvest at the end of each stage...
: [explaining the game Agricola to Rachel
] If you don't have any children you can only take two actions. Rachel Duncan
: You have my... Scott
: Book? Rachel Duncan
: Book. Scott
: No. Rachel Duncan
: Yes. Scott
: Not your book. Rachel Duncan
: My... my... my father... our... se-secret language. Scott
: He didn't leave it for you, did he? Rachel Duncan
: Who, then?
: [produces for Rachel a page of Prof. Duncan's code
] Show me.
[holds a sharp pencil out to her
: [to Rachel
] You're improving. Rachel Duncan
: How unfortunate. Scott
: [motioning to the Agricola game he and Rachel are playing
] Yeah, she's already got a house goat and milking stool.
[giving Shay a tour of her lab
] Cosima Niehaus
: Chill zone, over here. Um, protein modelling server, over there, as I'm sure you're aware. Uh, fumigation hood, for
[motions smoking a joint
] Cosima Niehaus
: a little of that.
] Cosima Niehaus
: Oh, and Scott. Scott
: Hi. Shay
: Hi, Scott. Cosima Niehaus
: He... he loves lesbians. Shay
: Oh, he does? Scott
] Well, I... Can I sequence your genome?
: [reading the code Rachel translated
] In London town we all fell down... Rachel Duncan
: ...and Castor woke from slumber.
: [calling to his cat
] Denise? Denise, baby? I'm home.
: Wow, girl fights are mean.
: Scott, it's me. I'm 324B21. Scott
: [chuckles then turns somber
] You? Cosima Niehaus
: Do you need me to beam you up, Scotty? Scott
: It's an honor, Cosima. An honor to be working with you.
: [sees Scott and friends playing Rune Wars in the lab
] Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Scott
: Geez, I thought you went home for the night. We were going to play in the cafeteria but... Sorry. Cosima Niehaus
: Um, are you minding the dental pulp in the incubators? Scott
: Yeah, absolutely. Cosima Niehaus
: Cool. Then I don't care if you're making bathtub acid.
: [on Skype with Sarah and Felix
] Oh, yeah. Here's Scott. Scott
: Hey. Felix Dawkins
: Hello, Lieutenant Scotty. Scott
: Don't call me that. Cosima Neihaus
: No. He's, like, barely a Trekkie - he only went to Comic Con like once.
: [examining histopathology slides of Seth's brain
] It's like Swiss cheese in here: Amyloid plaques, rampant cell death. Cosima Neihaus
: [joins him
] Like Spongiform Encephalopathy? Scott
: Yes, like Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease. He wouldn't have lasted a week. Cosima Neihaus
: No wonder they're so motivated.
: Scott, you're supposed to be my expert on genetic patents, here. Scott
: I just blog about it. Why can't I come work for you on the super-sensitive shit? Cosima Niehaus
: Delphine, why can't Scott come and work with us on the super-sensitive shit? Delphine Cormier
: Because we'd have to kill his family.
: Back in the early '80s, genetics was like the Wild West. No one knew the science. The laws didn't exist, so they slapped provisional patents on everything. Cosima Niehaus
: Like pissing on a fencepost.
: I know about the clones.
: A 36 base pair variation in identical samples? Didn't make sense. But then you guys started asking about genetic patents, so I was like, "Encoded marker tags". Duh.Anyway, uh, identical genomes with markers and embedded patents? Had to be clones. So, can I see one? Cosima Niehaus
: You want to see a clone? Scott
: Yeah. Delphine Cormier
: [Shares a look with Cosima
] Let's take it one step at a time.
: Hey, how come my original looks nothing like me? Scott
: Yeah, that's one of the cool things about a Chimera. Kendall Malone
: I'm right bloody here! Scott
: Sorry. With two different cell lines in your body, they express differently in combination. But isolate the female genome and you get...
[gestures to Sarah
[seated at a dinner table with Felix and Cosima
: Yeah, because in a Chimera, each cell line influences the phenotype of the whole. Cosima Niehaus
: The epigenetic implications themselves are just mind-blowing.
[Donnie pours them some wine
] Felix Dawkins
: Donnie, you're a civilian. Would you please say something understandable. Donnie Hendrix
: The frickin' beef is the bomb. Felix Dawkins
: Thank you.
[Cosima asks for Scott's help running the sequence for Cytochrome C
: [Scott chuckles
] What's in it for me? Cosima Niehaus
: Um, how about you get to have sex. With yourself? Scott
: [Scott awkwardly chuckles some more
] Aw-awesome deal.
[Scott and Cosima go over the blood samples from Katja Obinger
] Cosima Niehaus
: Yeah, blood looks fine. No infection. Scott
: What kind of symptoms are we talking about? Cosima Niehaus
: Um... Shortness of breath, coughing up blood, that sort of thing. Scott
: Who's the subject? Cosima Niehaus
: Uh, subjects. And, if I told you that, I'd have to kill you.
: Now, tell me something. In all your fun sneaking around, did you notice this? The same mis-folded protein found in both subjects. Cosima Neihaus
: Oh, my god! How did this happen? Scott
: We studied them in isolation. We had no reason to compare. Delphine Cormier
: The unique protein found in both Gracie Johanssen and the brain of a dead Castor boy.
: I need your help with something, and it's really important so I don't want any quivering. Scott
: Okay. Felix Dawkins
: I want you to take me to Rachel. Scott
: What? Felix Dawkins
: If anybody knows about Castor, it's going to be her. Scott
: I'm not authorized. I'm not even supposed to know where she is. Felix Dawkins
: Yeah, but you do, don't you? Scott, my sister is missing. And I am really, really desperate. Okay? Now, nut up, and lead me to the Cyclops.
: Rachel? Rachel Duncan
: Hello, Scott. How are you? Scott
: She stabbed us in the back. I'm not working with her. She even cheats at Agricola.
: How's your heart? Cosima Neihaus
: I'm done with the French.
: Dude, this sucks. Is this all you have? Schnapps? Scott
: I don't really entertain much.
: Over 4,000 base pairs from each sample, sequenced and analyzed. Cosima Niehaus
: Awesome! Awesome. Okay, what did you find? Scott
: Okay, what did you find? No markers for respiratory disease.
: This sequence is anomalous for cytochrome C and then this piece
: ... is distinct in each sample. Cosima Niehaus
] They're different?
: Leekie's Alzheimer's bot is looking a little peakish. Suppose we should feed it some blood like "Little Shop of Horrors"? Cosima Niehaus
: Yeah, 'cause that ended well.
[playing the board game "Dead of Winter"
] Krystal Goderitch
: Okay, why am I giving away my gas cans and my food? Scott
] We're cooperating to survive the zombie apocalypse. Krystal Goderitch
: Ugh, this is so boring! I don't care about the zombie apocalypse, I'm dressed like this to go on a real mission!
: Couldn't get my hands on a 6502 processor, but this one shares a chipset with 65C02. Cosima Niehaus
: He's a virgin, in case you couldn't tell.
: No one is more familiar with her illness than Delphine. We need her. Martin Funt
: Dr. Nealon has all of Dr. Cormier's records. She'll get the best possible care. Scott
: She had the best care! You took it away.