Nothing left for it now but group therapy. Back at HQ, Gary is talking about the people who died, including Anna, who he thinks he could have saved if he'd had a gas mask. Nina says Gary doesn't know that, and Gary says nobody knows anything, including Rosen. "He pretends to know everything, but he doesn't." Rosen gets up and goes to the window, as Nina says she's not sure she can keep doing this. Rachel agrees, and Cameron points out, "We don't know what we're doing. I'm not sure if we ever did. Right now there is no 'this.'" Rosen insists that "this is a team," and they've done what they did for the right reasons. Bill starts to say something, only to be interrupted by Agent Sullivan, who wants to borrow Rosen for a moment. Again.
In the hallway, Sullivan insists that it's still a win, although he's not sure if it's a win for them or Stanton Parish. She offers him whatever he wants to go after Parish, up to and including more Alphas, counting his daughter if he wants. Rosen bristles at that, and Sullivan repeats that it was a success, because they crippled Red Flag and kept Alphas a secret. Assuming nobody ever gets curious about a government massacre in upstate New York, that is. "And that is a huge victory for you and your team," she insists. Rosen shortly thanks her, and Sullivan adds that the big bosses in DC are asking for his input on the next move. Cool, so Rosen can look forward to being ignored by much more powerful people!