After the titles, Cameron and a recovered Nina are back on the hunt, as Nina says she knew Rosen had an estranged daughter, but not that she was an Alpha -- one who can apparently make people feel whatever she wants, the way she made Nina cry just by touching her. Rosen being an Alpha-daddy certainly does explain his fascination with and empathy for Alphas, so Nina probably could have figured it out if she'd ever thought about it for five minutes. Rachel meets up with them, having lost Isaac. They get Gary on the line, who's busy learning that Danielle ran away at age 17, and also working on tracking Isaac. The three Alphas in the field jump into the van to try to track Isaac's scent, Rachel asking Cameron to avoid the Thai place. Well, now I know where to go if I ever want to shake Rachel.
Bill, who is not dead after all, walks through the empty halls at HQ wondering what's going on and finding Gary alone, at Rosen's desk. He exposits about how his Alpha fight-or-flight reaction was normalized by his infarction, a word Gary enjoys very much. "I'm being immature," Gary explains unnecessarily. Bill wants in on the Red Flag case the team's working on, because he thinks he's got a lead. In Bill's mind, the Stanton Parish clue Griffin gave him two weeks ago, plus the attempt to erase the MK Ultra files last week, equals a possible clue on Rosen's "cloud drive," which he wants Gary to check. But Gary's already busy, and has found Danielle arriving at the Baltimore Hotel, which Gary describes over the phone to Rosen as a "no-star" hotel. "It has one review: 'Don't stay here.'" But then Danielle doesn't seem like the kind of girl who follows a lot of advice.
Rosen arrives at the fleabag joint, hollering his daughter's name in the hallways and banging on random doors, like he doesn't have anything better to do right now than get killed by annoyed crackheads. When she sticks her head out into the hall for no reason, he wants her to come with him, although he recoils when she gets close. He tries to talk her into letting him help her, because apparently using her ability always leaves her in pain, when suddenly Isaac shows up. Rosen drags Danielle through the hallways, ending up cornered again at a chained emergency exit door. I think this hotel just earned itself a second review. "Two for one," Isaac squints as he comes at them. But won't that make him extra tired and extra cranky?