Traffic is still hell, but the rain isn't the only problem, as Angela asks her driver why they've stopped, and gets her answer when some agents yank him and then her out of the car -- only it's a vision, as she wakes up with a start in the back seat. Wide-eyed with fear, she tells the driver not to stop, but he starts to say something about the traffic when the door opens and he gets pulled out. However, this time the camera follows him out, so when another agent opens the back door, it's no surprise that Angela's gone. She strides toward the camera purposefully, already drenched, as the agents try to figure out where she went, but she's way ahead of them as she finds a gentleman of an appropriate age and asks if he wouldn't mind if she walked along under his umbrella, and he graciously agrees. Just don't give in if she asks you for some dry socks -- you'll never get them back.
Bennet reports to Danko that their men lost Angela, but they soon have bigger problems, as a bunch of Building 26's systems suddenly go offline. Bennet's all, "Rebel Rebel," like, now you're so quick with a pop-culture reference with a repeating name?
The heaters in Tracy's cell power down and the door opens, and if it was all this easy I wonder what Rebel was waiting for all this time. Oh, wait -- he was awaiting Bryan Fuller's return, just like the rest of us. With her power disinhibited, Tracy easily frees herself, and then we cut to the hallway, where she notices a security camera swivel to point toward a certain door. She breathes Rebel's name, and as if to answer, the door opens, so she runs through it -- and finds herself in the Armed And Comatose room. She quickly frees Mohinder and Matt, but when they insist on taking Daphne with them, Tracy bails, thinking Daphne will slow them down too much. The logic doesn't really hold, because the advantage she'll gain from having Matt and Mohinder's powers to back her up certainly outweighs the loss in speed, as is demonstrated when she comes to another door -- through which a bunch of commandos come crashing, ready to take her. Not sure why this happened if the plan was to allow Tracy to escape, but maybe there was a communication breakdown somewhere. Anyway, Matt appears at Tracy's side and uses his ability to get them to pass without incident, and elsewhere, Danko tells Bennet that if Tracy leads him to Rebel, he's to kill them both. "Chalk it up to self-defense." That'll be a harder sell when they find out who Rebel is, but maybe people will buy that he's an underage, very short black belt.