Chuck's hiding inside Kathleen's (and she's somehow not screaming and kicking anymore) as the guys knocking say they're with the gas company. Chuck: "I'm with the gas company!" He calls Sarah and Casey on his watch, and they tell him they're on their way, but he'll have to handle this. Casey tells him to take the pill, which Chuck and Sarah didn't even know Chuck had. It's hidden in Chuck's pocket. Casey tells him it can make him the Intersect he was always supposed to be, so Chuck takes it as the guys continue to knock and finally break in. Sarah and Casey lose contact, then Kathleen starts screaming again. Chuck jokes he just checked the meter, and they knock him out. He wakes up as they're dragging Kathleen out of the closet, and he flashes. He gets up as a cool, kicky song starts up almost like a cheer, and he fights the Ring guys almost as awesomely as Sarah did. But, you know, without feelings, so he's brutal, breaking rails off the stairs and using them to hit people. And, thankfully, Kathleen has giant, heavy candlesticks he uses to knock one guy out. He picks up the last guy just like Casey did with Robert Patrick and looks like he's about to kill him the same way, when Sarah runs in and yells for him to stop. He turns to her, feelingless, but then feels something and drops the guy. He looks at his hands in shock, and then he and Sarah look at each other sort of sadly. Which is understandable, given the conversation they just had about him not changing.
Casey comes in and finds Kathleen passed out on the floor. She wakes up with him over her and asks if she knows him. I wonder if we're supposed to think his face was changed slightly or something because, even 20 years later, you'd recognize the person you loved. It flashes back to Alex on the phone with Kathleen, telling her he loves her in case something happens to him. She tells him not to let his guard down and get emotional, but to get back to him in once piece. He agrees, and she starts to tell him she has news when Robert Patrick takes his phone and hangs it up. He tells him that Alex Coburn will die and be given a hero's funeral, and he will be known as John Casey. "Make it a good life." We jump back to the present, where Casey tells Kathleen the authorities have arrived. A teenage girl runs in and says "Mom." She hugs Kathleen, who greets her as Alex. Sarah and Chuck both register shock, and Casey looks... well as surprised and heartbroken as it's possible for John Casey to look. Which isn't a lot, but Adam Baldwin makes it just enough. He watches them for just a second, and then turns to leave. Chuck tries to stop him, and Casey says, "What's dead is dead. It's too late now." He goes on out. Oh, man, this makes me so sad for Casey. I hope they don't drop it with this episode. (By the way, there's a Dentyne Ice commercial, but it really should have been Tic Tac.)