Caden has given up on life, with his medical staff unable to help him unless he wants help. As Kathryn tries to find way to make him want to live, Orla tests his resolve to want truly to die. In Kathryn's attempts to find those correct buttons to push with Caden, Max may ultimately have other thoughts stemming from his surveillance, while Kathryn turns to an unlikely source, Scott, who is going through his own issues. In Scott's first unsuccessful meeting with Caden, Scott may have a better understanding on what Caden really needs. Meanwhile, Max meets again with both Prime Minister Zakari and Angela Howard, and is leaning toward endorsing Howard. Lauren gets another, closer view of whether Howard is truly the reluctant politician as she likes to portray. And Maggie and Nick take different tacts in their investigation.
Did You Know?
I parted ways with an editor of mine once, terrific guy. I had to let him go. Under his stewardship, sometimes the paper criticized the government, sometimes it praised the government, and I said, "Wait, this is confusing. Which side are you on?" He says to me, "The side of truth. And truth is uneven, unpredictable." And I went, "Wait, no, no, no, wait a minute! No that is not the truth. It's a brand of truth, it's a brand elite intellectuals like to buy." Now, if we were selling to those folks...