Yet another set of commercials (seriously?), and we find Jae in Starbot's room, where he seems to be doing a post-mortem on what went wrong. He's joined by Jonas, who breaks the news that they've lost the flash drive in the wake of a "misunderstanding" between Jaime and Antonio: "Antonio's doctor can attest to that." Heh. Jae asks if the end of Professor Dorkus's work means that Starbot will die. "I wouldn't want to be in her shoes," Jonas replies.
We find Starbot at a bar, where she has her hair slicked back in this bizarre robo-mullet thing that's incredibly, utterly unflattering, but it doesn't seem to be bothering the guy she's hitting on by cooing about how she's never been snowboarding. She gets all "see it, want it, take it," like that's supposed to be sexy, but when she adds "never look back at the carnage," I'm thinking that's going to turn off some of the fellas in a "nice meeting you; I think I'm going to run out of the room with my balls covered" kind of way. But this guy doesn't seem bothered, and when she suggests they get out of there, he goes with her.
Berkut. Jonas's Office Full Of Secrets. Jaime sits there looking like she ate a bad shrimp, and when Jonas enters, she's silent for a bit, for once. She says, "Five years?" He tells her that five years is a very long time in technological terms. She can't believe he didn't tell her. He says he was trying to protect her, but in tears, she insists that it's "disgusting" for him to lie and treat her like a baby. He tells her that he's sorry. She says simply, "My sister," but he tells her they're going to find a way to fix it. She looks up at him, and goddamn if Miguel Ferrer, pro that he is, doesn't manage to make it a little bit compelling when he says to her gravely, "I will fix this." She looks at him with such open pleading that he grows uncomfortable and says again, "I'll fix this."