Back in Rosen's office, Cley and Rosen argue until Sullivan jumps in to try to make peace. Rosen asks Cley if there's anything to what Marcus was saying to him earlier, but Cley's not interested. "I got next of kin to call and a murderer to catch," he snipes, walking out like he's the only guy in the world with those problems. Rosen tells Sullivan there may be something to Marcus's rantings, and it may point them to what he'll do next. "We need to talk to Dr. Singh."
And over a fancy luncheon, apparently. As Rosen and Sullivan join him at a table, Singh's acting pretty nervous and shifty, even more so when Rosen asks why Marcus was moved in the first place. Singh says that none of the usual stuff worked, including shock therapy. "He redirected the current. Nearly killed one of my techs." So apparently Singh was sending Marcus out for surgery to "fix" him. Rosen's shocked at the very idea of taking away an Alpha's power, but Singh says if he'd succeeded, the agent might still be alive. And maybe he'd even have gotten a line. Singh's about to head to his next meeting (keeps a tight schedule, does Singh), but Rosen tries to guilt-trip him. Singh turns it right around on him: "You have no idea what goes on at Binghamton, and that's the way you prefer it." Exit Singh. And since we're following him out the door instead of staying with Rosen and Sullivan, we know he's doomed. That's confirmed when he spots a black chess rook sitting in the gutter. He picks it up and looks around, fully aware of its significance. But all he sees is that some guys are unspooling some cable, and there's a big hotel luggage cart being wheeled past, and then we're back inside as Rosen and Sullivan heat the sounds of a car crash and screams from outside. Heading out to the sidewalk, they quickly see Singh strung up over the entryway. And the rook is still there, next to the puddle of bloody drool on the sidewalk.