While Rachel and Nina are leaving the office, Rachel's apparently having another cell phone argument with her mom about some guy she's not marrying. After hanging up, Rachel thinks Nina would have handled it better, but Nina sys she hasn't talked to her mom in years, so there. A minute later, she's in a red Mercedes convertible and pulls up next to Cameron while he's walking down the sidewalk. She tires to buck him up too, with similar success. "Nice car," he says. "I borrowed it," she says as she drives off. Can't she just order her coworkers to be happier?
Next morning, a suited brunette (played by Zee from Off the Map) comes in looking for Rosen, and Bill rudely interrupts her with some snotty comments about how Rosen has some "game." She recognizes Bill, probably from an official description of his being tall, dark, and prickish, and declines to shake hands so as not to get hers broken. She also greets Rachel and Nina by name, and Rosen makes another late entrance. "Your cell phone is encrypted," Gary complains. "That's right, Gary, it is," she says. Rosen explains that the new arrival, Agent Sullivan, is the temporary replacement for Don Wilson, because apparently they couldn't get Callum Keith Rennie beyond the pilot either. And she wants to talk to Rosen privately before they all have their meeting.
In Rosen's office, she tells him that Marcus blames Rosen for having him locked up, so maybe he broke out to come after Rosen. Rosen says that Marcus left him messages, and would have killed him by now if he wanted to. She says he still has a conflict of interest, and he gets pretty pissy about that. But actually he's just pissy about Cley assigning his group field work, which is totally not what he'd planned to do with his group. Anyway, with that established, it's time to get to it.
Conference room. Rosen fills his Alphas in on Marcus's power over cause and effect . He warns against taking any unnecessary risks when dealing with him, which leads Gary to go off on a digression about which risks are necessary and which aren't. Fortunately, Gary is also leaving the room, along with almost everyone else. Now that it's just Rosen and Nina, she asks why he didn't tell her Marcus was out, indicating that there's some emotional history between Nina and Marcus as well, not that we'll find out much about that tonight. Now Nina's bringing up the question of whether she'll be sent to the compound one day, alluding to some shit she made her boyfriend do. So in addition to having super-bossiness, Nina also has the ability to bring up backstory that doesn't get explained.