So Bill heads over to Klauswerks, where he braces the dude who apparently sold Skylar a lot of the customized parts he manufactures there. Klaus is in the middle of an anti-government tirade with Bill when Nina steps over and Pushes him to tell her when he last talked to Skylar. Naturally, Klaus comes over all cooperative, saying that when he saw Skylar the night before, she was planning to head to the Brooklyn Heights Farmers Market to sell some stuff and raise some cash. The team is off, leaving Klaus to blink in confusion, either over what just happened to him or why someone as obviously paranoid as Skylar would advertise her movements like that.
At the market, Skylar meets some guy in a track suit and sells him a device that looks like a domed speakerphone, but apparently it makes ten minutes of sleep feel like eight hours. I could use one of those. I'd still sleep eight hours a night, obviously, but it would feel like I'd slept forty-eight. He hands over a bundle of cash, and Skylar books just as some familiar-looking thugs show up and give chase. Fortunately the Alphas have arrived, and although they can't see what's happening in the part of the market where the chase is happening, Rachel can hear the sounds of pursuit. The team splits up to try to cut them off. Meanwhile, Skylar releases a few electronic bugs from her satchel to slow down her pursuers, who are luckily crippled by a phobia of metal insects. Rachel and Cameron spot Skylar just as she reaches the market exit, and when a thug shows up with a gun to her head, Cameron yoinks a Thermos out of some dude's hand and hurls it the hundred yards or so between him and the thug's gun hand, disarming him. Bill moves in to lay down some more direct smack, and once the dude is down, they whisk her into the minivan, which Rosen drives off. But not without first quavering, "Is everybody in?" He's Action-Grandma.
Back at HQ, Skylar doesn't seem too grateful for being rescued. She's also not terribly forthcoming with Rosen and Nina about who's after her, other than people that got upset after making her an offer for some of her stuff and getting turned down. "Sound familiar?" she asks Rosen. He admits/exposits that he offered her a job back in the day, but didn't get upset when she turned him down. He insists he wants to protect her, but to do so he needs to know who's after her. She expects Nina to Push her, and when that doesn't happen she assumes she's free to go. Not quite, says Rosen.