In the freezer, Edgar's bleeding but still hasn't told Bennet anything about what Samuel's planning or where he is, judging from the torture that's still going on. Bennet grabs one of Edgar's knives and talks about the weight feeling familiar, so it must be the one that cut him. He threatens Edgar with it, but Lauren busts in and asks Noah if she can talk to him. They whisper in a different part of the freezer, I guess. She gets that he's angry about being sliced up by Edgar, but she thinks he's going too far. He says this isn't about revenge; he just wants some answers. Lauren knows he does, but she can tell him that torture doesn't work. She says she may have been the "Iron Maiden" back in the day, but she's changed and she might be shoving her liberal agenda down his throat, but he's emotional and losing his target. He says he's not, but she says he's worried about Claire and what Samuel's done and said to her. She says these medieval tactics are getting him nowhere. He thanks her for the truth serum (that's his "Don't let the door hit ya," which is awesome), but she stops him and says to stop using Edgar as a punching bag and start talking to him. She tells him to be objective and look at the facts of the situation. HRG says Edgar doesn't have a compass, and Lauren asks why he doesn't have one. She promises him that honey tastes sweeter than vinegar.
Claire's still with Wendy when the shooter comes back and asks who she is. Peter comes back and tells him not to worry about her, but to point the gun at him. Claire tries to tell him not to do that, but Peter has a death wish. The guy asks if Peter works here, but Peter says he doesn't, that he's just like the shooter: having a bad day. He says he just buried his brother, who was murdered, and then he had to stage his death as if he's a mobster or a spy. And now everyone wants him to be normal, but it's far from that. Why would he reveal the death staging to the shooter and the victim? Is everyone on this show missing a part of their brain? The shooter asks the same question: Why is Peter telling him this. Peter says it's because he understands where the guy's at right now, wanting to punish the people who have hurt him. Peter gets it. He wants to torture the guy who murdered his brother, to make him scream (dirty!); it's all he can think about. But he's trying to be hopeful and strong even though he feels himself slipping. He says he promised his brother he'd be a hero and asks him not to make him a liar today. The guy shoots Peter, apparently to shut him up. Thanks for that, shooter.