Miles away, apparently, Colin Hanks, now unmasked and walking down the street in broad daylight holding a kid's hand with a whole city looking for him, is singing a little ditty about God's children as he and Harrison approach the solar building...
...which does have a policeman on top of it. However, when said policeman sees Harrison scampering around and goes after him, he gets Colin Hanks's sword to his face. Honestly, Colin Hanks, I don't know how you expect to get into heaven if you keep going off book like that.
Deb is doing her check-ins with the cops on the roofs; at first the solar building doesn't answer, but Colin Hanks is there to give an all clear into the walkie-talkie. You'd think they might have some sort of code in anticipation of situations like this, but, well, you know what I'm going to say by now. As the eclipse comes, Colin Hanks stands by his little sacrificial basket and claims he's the Alpha and Omega, and raises his sword to end Harrison's short life -- but Dexter appears and yells at him to stop. Colin Hanks is momentarily stunned, and Dexter wonders how the world can end if the Beast is still alive. Colin Hanks agrees that it can't, so Dexter suggests he take Harrison's place. Colin Hanks instructs him to take out one of his needles and says he'll put Harrison on the elevator down to safety if Dexter injects himself, and Dexter agrees, trying to reassure a now-crying Harrison that it's going to be all right. When the elevator comes, Dexter appears to inject himself, and he topples over; surprisingly, Colin Hanks keeps his word and lets Harrison leave. But of course, when Colin Hanks comes over to Dexter to kill him just as the eclipse occurs, Dexter grabs him and knocks him out. I don't know if Dexter faked the injection or if, more likely, he chose a needle lacking any tranquilizer, but it's pretty weak of Colin Hanks to be taken in like that. He thought Dexter was literally the Devil; you'd think he'd be wary of some tricks. Dexter rushes over to the elevator and gets Harrison, who obviously is too young to figure out the buttons, and man, can that poor kid stop having to endure traumas like this?
At the command center, this time the solar building fails to check in, so Deb and her team rush off. They find the officer's corpse but, of course, fail to turn Colin Hanks up, and Deb is despondent at her apparent failure. She steps away to go to pieces in some measure of privacy, but LaGuerta goes over to tell her she made the right call and assures her Deb will find Colin Hanks, adding that Deb will be a great Lieutenant if she learns to prioritize and act with less emotion. She urges Deb to take control, and it's a nice enough speech but see above for my feelings on LaGuerta's behavior.