Luckily, Gary's able to track Persky's cell phone, and he sends Cameron on a merry spin through the streets. "Nice moves," Nina says from the back seat, making her presence on this outing known for the first time. Cameron says it's all in the reflexes. Are they still talking about last night? Luckily, they catch up with Sarah as she's dumping the car with the unconscious Persky in it. They're able to grab her before she can draw on Bill, and Nina Pushes her to tell them where the kidnapped girl is.
Cut to Sarah walking into the new apartment, telling the remaining kidnapper, "Plans have changed, we have to move the girl." She's saying it robotically, almost as if she's under mind control. The kidnapper protests and even draws on her, but luckily for her, Bill bursts right through the damn wall and grabs him. He probably should have gone ahead and let him shoot her, because while he's grappling with that dude, Sarah's free to take a pot shot at Cameron when he walks in. But Cameron's so hyperkinetic he dodges the bullet, and bounces around the room while her next bullet pierces the IV back and a wall sconce before Cameron bounces back, grabs her gun arm, and twists her to the floor. Gary and Nina come in to help secure the scene and free the girl. I'm glad this show finally realized that nabbing the bad guy is supposed to be an actual dramatic moment.