Nathan tells the other sister that he knows she can't understand, but someone like him with power and influence should have been looking out for people like her. Well, she certainly isn't going to understand if you speak to her in English, dude. Should have paid more attention in French 105. He tells her he's sorry, and while the sentiment seems genuine enough it still feels kind of shoehorned in, especially given that Nathan's going to use it to justify his silly position to Peter later in the episode. Peter and The Haitian then come in and free the two of them, but outside, Peter tells them all to run while he holds the troops off. Nathan's obviously resistant to the idea, but Peter tells him he's the important one. "I'm expendable." It's less fun when he says it. Nathan and the other two take off, and as Peter shoulders his rifle he thinks, "It should have been a little harder to convince him, no?"
In the hospital, Claire is not looking so hot, although she is on a morphine drip, which I can tell you is more fun than a kick in the teeth, at least. She asks about Bennet, and we get the old song and dance where Sandra covers for him and Claire sees through her and whines about it, like, accept it at this point already, honey. Claire then opines that she was being stupid when she wished for her power to go away, and while hindsight is 20/20 she makes a good case. Two cops then show up and tell "Mrs. Butler" (good on Sandra for at least thinking to use a fake name) they need to talk to her, and Sandra whispers to Claire that she has to be brave. Claire, however, is distraught, and says how stupid she is and how she wanted to be more than she was. "I'm sorry. I ruined everything." This at least was somewhat affecting on first viewing, I'll admit, and suddenly, Claire convulses and flatlines, prompting Sandra to completely flip out as she calls for help, like even Shirley MacLaine would be all "Damn, girl." The nurses rush in and get to work.