Bennet gets a call on his cell (nice not to have it on vibrate, agent) and Sandra, in a panic, tells him what's happened, and adds that she doesn't know what to tell the police. Bennet suggests the radical notion that she lie, and demonstrates what he's talking about by adding that he'll be right there. Also, Sandra, using your cell phone in a hospital? Are you trying to kill your daughter? Because that would make you a VILLAIN. Bennet then comes across a bloody handprint on a fence door, goes through, and starts following the trail again.
Matt actually asks Daphne what her leg braces are, and if Greg Grunberg didn't at least try to have that line changed I will have lost respect for him forever, because ARE YOU KIDDING? Daphne tells him she has cerebral palsy, which she fucking does not, and also, I've enjoyed Brea Grant this season but either her acting isn't up to the challenge of this scene, or she's already checked out of the show, not that I'd blame her. Either way, she's got no affect at all as she hobbles around and tells him that until the first eclipse, she could barely move, but then she could walk, then run, and finally superzip. Of course, that medal of hers from high school means either she just graduated, or her high school had its own version of the Special Olympics, or that the show is once more full of shit, in increasing order of likelihood. Matt at least looks affected by this speech, but Daphne mistakenly takes this as skepticism and thus tells him to read her thoughts, which is the opening for him to explain that his powers are gone too. Daphne thinks Arthur is behind it, which is at least a reasonable alternative explanation, but then boo-hoos that she deserves it, as she's a VILLAIN. Matt barfily tells her she's a good person, but she snaps that he doesn't know and can't help her. Daphne's father then returns, and she tells him that Matt was just leaving. Matt watches her hobble away in concern.