At night, Maggie and Eli are working, and Eli says he's trying to find anything about the guy Daryl Rhodes that was mentioned in his vision, but he doesn't know who he is, so Maggie shouldn't waste her time there -- she should just go home. Maggie's confused, so Eli, obviously freaked by the offspring-heavy part of his vision, tells her that she shouldn't cancel her life -- he doesn't want to be the reason she and her boyfriend break up. Maggie asks what he's on about, so he apologizes, saying he's really tired but adding that maybe they don't need to spend quite as much alone time together. Ironic that he chooses the moment he's starting to hallucinate from exhaustion to start thinking clearly. Maggie is unhappy but leaves without ado.
Or does she? Well, whatever she did, now she's waking Eli up and asking him if he's still looking for Rhodes, and when he acknowledges that, she tells him she brought help. On cue, a bunch of associates file in. I will give the show some credit for settling for an exchange of small smiles between Eli and Maggie rather than soulful gazes into each other's eyes as dramatic music swells on the soundtrack. Still: Gross.