Cut to Cley, who is on the phone to Rosen, boredly confirming that yep, there's a black chess king next to a big spray of lilies on a table in the building. Rosen says that Marcus has been there and may still be. Cley is actually happy to be pegged as the black king. "Let him come," he says. Rosen warns Cley, who hangs up and says, "From now on call me your highness. Let's wrap this up." Back at the office, Rosen grabs his coat, apparently unaware that Cley is listed on IMDb as being in at least four episodes.
Meanwhile, downtown, Cley heads out into the night and stands on the grassy plaza outside the building with his arms spread, calling out, "I'm waiting!" Because he's an idiot. Or because he's seen his IMDb listing.
Rosen, Sullivan, and the Alpha team show up at the building. Sullivan's a little disgusted with Cley's vainglorious display, but Cameron points out that Cley was wise to pick an open space with no moving objects for Marcus to work with. Rachel can also spot the snipers on the roof. Rosen doesn't think this'll work to catch Marcus, so they'll have to figure out where Marcus is. Bill takes Rachel and sends Nina and Cameron to fan out and search. Nina would rather fret to Rosen about this attitude toward Alphas and how "when things go wrong we assassinate them?" Rosen points out that Marcus killed people, but Nina says it's not what she singed up for. But she storms off anyway to join the search. "Understandable concerns," Rosen explains to a doubtful Sullivan.