I'm going back to school and get a degree in biology because after watching this show, I'm totally confused by the protocols. In the first episode, we see this woman exposed to a deadly virus thru a torn suit in a highly secure biohazard lab. Maybe if she wasn't yaking so much, she wouldn't have torn her suit. Then instead of being quarantined for weeks (which they keep mentioning throughout the show), she's released and out on the street chasing infected monkeys. She and another joker go into a private lab wearing tyvek suits (because they said so) where she's spit in the face by a sick, angry monkey but it's okay because she's wearing plastic goggles with holes. To be fair, I'm not picking on the ridiculous protection. I've seen people better protected removing asbestos but you have to wonder if tyvek suits and plastic eye goggles and bleach are all you need to fight this virus why is everyone screaming 'the sky is falling'. And really, there's no other way to kill this caged up angry monkey other than open the door and lasso it and stick it with a needle on a stick? Her husband is chief vet and this is what they come up with? Is this virus really dangerous or not? In one scene they clean up the contagion with a bottle of bleach, which she just conveniently pops over to get on foot during rush hour in DC, and then drives her blood contaminated car back home and parks it in the garage for her husband and kids to use. If they had put just a fraction of investment in the story as they did in the special effects this might have been something but instead I still found it entertaining but not how they intended, I'm sure. Science, Schmience, this is just silly.