Canaan keeps up the silent treatment, until Lee looks at the picture of the little boy in his wallet, which he says is his. Lee asks if it's his son and Canaan says, "I wish he was. There was once someone in my life. It's her boy." Lee asks if Jones took them from him when he did this to Canaan, but Canaan shakes his head and says Jones came later: "She left me on her own. Took Daniel (shout-out!) with her. They just went on living their lives as though I were never there. As if I meant nothing to them," he says and then tells his tale of woe of not being one of those people who drifts through life effortlessly and are unforgettable. "I wanted to be needed. Or at least to be missed. Do you understand?" he asks Lincoln. Lincoln's all, "Dude, did you SEE last week's episode? Of course I do!"
Canaan says he wanted to be something unique and "Dr. Jones" understood that and promised to make him like no one else -- the first of a new breed of human beings -- but he was a disappointment.
Lee notes that Canaan has been targeting criminals and sparing innocent lives, stealing DNA to keep himself alive, right? Canaan nods and Lee leans in, telling him that David Robert Jones is not worth protecting. "You were disposable to him. As disposable as you were to Daniel." Canaan shakes his head and says Jones promised he would come back for him, to fix him.
Lee just stares at him for a moment, but Canaan can't really hold his gaze and Lee gets up and leaves the room. Fauxlivia's waiting outside and can see that Lee won't exactly be running down Jones with anything he just got from Canaan and she says she's sorry.
And now begins the danger-fraught prisoner transfer! Bee's escorting Canaan out to a waiting van, unaware of the sniper's scope trained on them. The sniper decides to wait until there's a FENCEPOST in his line of fire, so misses his target and the agents all scatter and take cover behind vehicles. Fauxlivia tilts the van's side mirror so she can see where the shooter is (until he shoots it. Quick thinking!) and then yells for Lee to provide cover fire while she goes after him. He does so -- hardly necessary, since there are so many agents on the ground -- and she grabs a big-ass gun from the van and takes aim at the sniper, who's running along the building front's decorative façade, which unfortunately for him, has gaps and he goes down by Olivia's bullet.