Inside the witness gallery, Moronen enters and parks it next to Dix. Dix is all, bitch? What the hell do you think YOU'RE doing in here? Moronen's all, I cleared it, yo. So back the fuck off. "I had no intention of missing the execution of this traitor," she says ironically. Dix just gets this look on his face that's like, oh, Moronen. If you only knew. YOU'RE NEXT. Back in Little Tokyo, Syd's entered the private art gallery. She sees something and gets on the horn to Marshall, saying they have a problem. There's a motion sensor in the room that's on random sweeps. Syd spies The Hourglass across the room and asks if Marshall can disable the sensor remotely. Marshall says he could, but it would take him a long time to decipher the codes or something. Syd asks if there's a repeating prefix in the majority of the codes and Marshall responds that there is: "86-86." Syd says it's an anger-type design, and that he should grab Dixon because Dix speced out a similar system for a mission in Honduras, so he'll know what the back door is.
Marshall's all, I can't, 'cuz Dixon's downstairs witnessing Sloane's execution. Syd's all, he WHAT? It's going forward? Marshall's all, uh, yeah, I thought you knew. It makes me incredibly sad. Doesn't it make you sad? Syd's all, Marshall? KILL THE GRID NOW. Back at the execution (which sounds incredibly weird), Marlon stands and asks if Sloane has any final words. "I do," whispers Sloane, already lying on the table with his arms spread out Jesus-like. "For you who pay witness, I can only believe there is a common thought amongst you all -- this is as it should be." The camera pans across the witnesses. "I do not disagree," continues Sloane, starting to lose it a little bit. "My only request -- that if my daughter is in fact found alive, that she understand my actions. That she understand that this day's events are the net result of her father's passion to find her to know her to love her " Holy mother. I mean. Really. Good Lord. Shh. Leave me to cry in peace.