Poor Demetri is left to absorb that information all alone in an empty parking garage. At least it was delivered by a rich and soothing voice.
More brooding at stately Benfield Manor, which is about two scenes away from being called Sulky Benfield Manor. Mark and Charlie are having a heart-to-heart, and Charlie darkly alludes to "bad flashforwards," which makes for a really awkward explanation about how these "bad" flashforwards are warnings, and then Charlie says, "I don't understand my warning. D. Gibbons is a bad man."
Well, you can just rock Mark Benford to sleep after that talk. And who knows, perhaps next week, someone will.