Marshall and Nadia are monitoring the action in the room, and Sloane Clone states for the record that he is Arvin Sloane. Marshall looks befuddled. Finally, Jack and Sloane and the clone take seats and Jack starts interviewing him. He brings up the orchid theft and how Sloane Clone's been caught. It's all over. Sloane Clone just isn't buying any of it. He honestly thinks he's Sloane. He starts rattling off specific dates and events that only Sloane could know about. Jack shoots Sloane a look and asks Sloane Clone how he can explain that this man to his left started an agency called OmniFam and the world knows his face as Arvin Sloane? "He's a CIA stooge with my good looks," says Clone. "And I can prove it." He goes on to say that in Santiago, he saw that Dix and Syd were there on the mission together, and there's no way in hell they'd work with the same man who killed their loved ones. Syd, who's listening outside, looks a wee bit uncomfortable at this statement. "What's the more logical outcome?" says Clone. "That I'm the imposter or that you are?" Which yeah. This is stupid. We know which one is the real clone. Because I find Joel Grey about as threatening as a plate of asparagus in a hollandaise sauce.
After the break, Syd, Nadia, and Marshall are sitting around, listening in, when Marshall finally says that he's found something weird. Nadia goes to tell Jack that Marshall wants to see him, and Jack leaves, saying to Sloane, "Try not to kill him." Heh. Jack walks out to Marshall, who shows him the EEG readings of the imposter's brain. After rattling off his regular mumbo-jumbo, we find out that the EEG readings of the imposter's brain exactly match the EEG readings of the real Sloane's brain. Back at SD-6, Marshall worked on a program that involved encoding brains. McCullough ran that program. McCullough, if you'll recall, was the Spy Inquisitor from past episodes. I'd link to them, but the couple of instances I found really didn't have him doing much at all, so I find it hard to believe that he's all that threatening.