Cut to Janis doing exactly that. He is not exactly cool with it all, and asks -- understandably -- where she sees the pregnancy in all this. Janis then becomes the first spy in TV history to use the mommy track as her strategy for coming in out of the cold. She then non-apologizes with, "You're my friend, and I should have done better by you, but this baby is the most important thing to ever happen to me." Demetri points out that it didn't just happen to Janis; he's got a stake too: "Every little decision you make leads to something else, and now we're all connected. You, and me, and Zoey --" "No, we're not! There's me and my baby, and then there's you and Zoey. Don't let this situation ruin your life. You don't need to be part of the mess I made." Demetri's face crumples for a moment before he composes himself and says, "I already am." Then he stalks off. You know, if I were Janis, I'd be a little nervous about coming into work the next day; once Vogel finds out that Mark and Demetri are on to Janis, he's not going to be happy.
We then go to Gabriel watching cartoons in his safehouse. Demetri comes in and asks if he can sit down. They bond over the cartoon -- Dr. Ramjet and Dr. Evilkisser -- and Demetri asks, "In all the futures you saw, was I in any of them?" Gabriel blithely says, "No, you died. It was sad. Very sad." Demetri nods, then asks, "What do you think happens when the future you saw changes?" Gabriel, munching popcorn, explains, "That's not possible. It's like trying to find a different path. You wind up in the same place, always, always. Like fate. Fate! Like Lloyd and Olivia. Everyone is ending up where they're supposed to be." Gabriel steals a nervous glimpse of Demetri's face and says, "Even you." I feel so bad for poor Demetri. Imagine being told, repeatedly, that the universe wants to off you. It is enough to give a man a complex.