Thanks so much for filling me in, Debb.The nurse is understandably upset and she leaves a note on the Dr.'s desk asking her to meet her after work for drinks at this bar. In the meantime, Head FBI kidnapper questions Dr. and it is determined that finger prints on the drug room will somehow implicate the Dr. and it is determined that the investigation into the matter MUST be shut down.
So, the black FBI kidnapper agent shows up flirting with the nurse at the bar, before the Dr. arrives. The nurse and black FBI Agent leave together. The Dr. is late and the nurse not at the bar when she arrives, so she goes to the nurse's house to make sure she's okay. No one comes to the door. While at the door, the Secret Service guy who is heading the investigation shows up to see the nurse. Dr. tells him nurse is not coming to the door. They leave.
When Dr. gets home, they are watching tv and it is announced that the nurse's car is found on a bridge with a suicide note inside. The nurse is no where to be found, presumably she is dead in the river.
Dr. freaks out and lashes out at the head FBI guy for killing her friend, but he turns it around and says that she is the one who killed that nurse, because she failed to get her to confess to administering the improper medication to the President. I'm not sure if they really killed the nurse or not. They may be holding her, but to make the scheme work, it would seem they had to kill her, because if she is released later, it would open up a whole big can of worms.
I'm also wondering if the FBI agents are going to frame it so the death of the President falls on the doctor. With their skills and access, they could plant all kind of things that couldl make it look like the Dr. was a lone assassin, thereby, preventing a full investigation. They may be totally lying about walking away and no on ever knowing. I'm ready for a twist.
echo, I don't think we have been told why it is so important that the POTUS is killed, or if we have, I missed it also.