In some catacomb, P.Dorkus runs into Miguel, Ruth, Shadowy, and the SWATs. He commands them to let Jaime go. "What the hell did you do?" asks Miguel. He and Miguel begin to tussle over P.Dorkus's wish to have Jaime set free at least for now, and Ruth chimes in that the best way to get Jaime's trust is to give her some freedom, or at least a feeling of having some freedom. Miguel picks up a walkie-talkie and orders everyone to "stand down." Everyone else scatters, and Shadowy tells Miguel this is a mistake. Miguel tells him not to be so sure -- the accident was no accident, since the truck driver's neck was broken. Thus, someone else was driving at the time of the crash. Miguel's logic having proved to be beyond question, they break the huddle.
Unrealistically Ornate Elevator. Now that she has outrun a helicopter, Jaime is in need of a sensitive musical interlude, so Sia's "Breathe Me," last heard in the Six Feet Under finale under slightly weightier circumstances, kicks up on the soundtrack. She stands idly in her apartment, ignoring P.Dorkus's voice coming from her answering machine, asking her to pick up. And then, as we must, we cut to the shower, where a naked Jaime is probably contemplating the loss of her identity, rather than wondering (as she should) whether it will hurt her robot eye to get it wet. Seriously, you're not even supposed to get a cast wet; aren't there probably instructions for upkeep of this kind of thing? Hilariously, when she's out of the shower, she stands in front of the mirror and lets her towel drop so she can stare at her boobs, which are not bionic. Why isn't she leaning in to stare at her eye? Or poking at her legs? Or flexing her arm? Why is she staring at her boobs? It's like bad movies where people get shot in the arm and start limping.
Evidently heartened by the fact that her nipples look the same as always, Jaime makes her way to the top of a building, where she stands at the edge with her eyes closed. She stares at the ground, then walks away from the edge to get a running start. Run-run-run-run-AIIEEEEE! Hey, it turns out she can jump really far. She can jump from one building to another! This seems to please her.
In the next scene, Jaime is returning to her apartment to find Becca standing there sorting the mail and pouting. I guess we are to assume that...Becca came back from the landlady's while Jaime was leaping around on buildings? A hint would have been helpful as to the sequence, since Becca didn't seem to be there during the Shower Of Pain. Anyway, Becca predictably bitches about how Jaime's been gone so long, and Jaime comes over all meaningfully to hug her, not worried at all about either crushing her accidentally with the bionic arm or damaging her hearing in the event of unanticipated feedback. Becca is having none of this "sorry" business, and she just sulks around and asks how the ski trip was. When Jaime doesn't answer, Becca stomps around saying she knows Jaime doesn't ski. Isn't it a shame that the incredibly involved dossier on Jaime that Ruth was able to obtain, including her MMPI, didn't have a section for, say, "Hobbies," so that she could have chosen a plausible explanation that incorporated an activity in which Jaime might actually participate? Maybe that's why the government isn't great at secrecy. People's families are always like, "But...wait. You've never participated in a bocce ball tournament before!" Becca begs Jaime to tell her where she was, but Jaime's all, "I can't tell you," so Becca hates her even more now, and stomps off into her room.