Shadowy comes up the stairs and into P.Dorkus's apartment, and when he finds P.Dorkus bleeding, he just asks, "Where is she?" Way to notice that the dude got shot, Mr. Sensitivity. You can kind of tell that Shadowy wants to ask, "Wait, you didn't shoot her in the face? You should have shot her in the face!" Shadowy gets on his phone and says, "I need everyone." Since he offered no background and no identifying information when the phone was answered, I sure hope he accurately called his office and not, like, an agency that books clowns for parties. That could be quite a confusing scene. Shadowy looks out the window, and Starbot has a perfect shot at him, as he's paying no attention to the fact that he's staring dumbly out the window where somebody just got shot by somebody who hasn't been caught yet. But Starbot declines to shoot him. She loves him, you know, and she doesn't mind that when he was in the same position, he chose to shoot her, you know, a couple of times. It's good not to hold grudges.
Jaime bionically runs down the alleys to get to the building where she spotted Starbot, and she ascends the fire escapes to get to the roof. When she arrives one building over, still in the pouring rain, she and Starbot see each other. Jaime leaps to the next building, but the landing is apparently rather difficult, and she takes a minute to get up. When she stands, a knife (or something) hurtles through the air at her, and she has to knock it away with her forearm. As she walks toward Starbot, Starbot says to her, "Time out." Apparently, this is part of the rules of girlfighting, because Jaime obediently stops. Starbot lights a cigarette, explaining to Jaime that being bionic keeps you from getting lung cancer. It's kind of a perk. "What do you want from me?" Jaime asks with whiny annoyance. I find it fascinating that Starbot has now hit Jaime with a truck (ending her pregnancy and requiring her body to be robocized), shot her boyfriend, and tried to kill her with a hurled knife, and Jaime's like, "What is with you, bee-yotch?" She doesn't even seem that mad; she's just kind of annoyed by the persistence of the chase. Starbot tells Jaime she doesn't even entirely know what she wants. "Jogging partner?" she suggests. "Who are you?" Jaime asks. Now, Starbot is near tears. "Without being too melodramatic about the whole thing [while yelling at you in the rain in my black eyeliner while brandishing my apparently un-extinguishable cigarette], I'm Sarah Corvis. I'm the first bionic woman." Starbot even knows what the show is called! Awesome. And then she adds, "Ta-da," in this grouchy, adolescent, pouty voice, most similar to what you might see on a bad rip-off of My So-Called Life.