Guerrero and Winston are at a police station with Guerrero posing as a person in custody. He balks at wearing cuffs, but eventually relents, and says that he didn't like being in jail, and if this ends up with him spending even a minute in one, he'll hunt Winston down and kill him. They try to reveal the information about Burma, but the detective already knows. He leaves the room, and Guerrero says that Winston needs to pull the plug. p>
At Sentronics, Vivian has arrived. She says that Chance and Martin should change the temp of a room when they cross over it. Chance and Martin finally break into the room with the weapon. Chance takes a picture of the room, then places his iPhone (or something similar) in front of the camera monitoring the room. There's water on Martin's pants -- he brought his goldfish. After denying that he named her [Because naming a fish is weird, I guess? - Z], he admits that her name is Meredith. They gear up the weapon. He asks Martin how close he was to finishing it. He says two weeks, but Chance says that he has 10 minutes.
Pressured by Pileggi, Vivian tells him that he can do what he needs to do to protect the company (which includes killing Martin). At the station, the detective tells Winston that they are going to hold Guerrero, who is not happy about it. As a last-ditch effort, Guerrero says that someone is breaking into Sentronics right now to kidnap Martin. Winston looks concerned.
As Martin works, he says that Vivian used to say he worked too hard. He liked working for her. Chance says that he had a manipulative boss once, too. He says he ran away and changed his name, which Martin finds hard to believe. He replies that Martin never met his old boss.
Pileggi notices a temperature change in the secure lab, and tells Niteowl to set off the fire suppression system to take out Martin and Christopher. Since it's poisonous, she refuses, so he starts the fire supression himself. Then he gets a call from the detective who says that there's a rumor that someone is going to try to kidnap Martin. Pileggi says that there's no problem.