Weaver's trying to get John Henry to show the security footage from the house. He makes up a lame excuse about corrupted files. He's the worst liar ever. She knows something is amiss, but Ellison arrives to bust up the conversation before Weaver can press for details. John Henry's miffed that Ellison didn't bring Savannah back. Maybe he is a weird guy from the Internet.
Back at the warehouse, John Connor reminds Savannah that he taught her to tie her shoes at Dr. Sherman's office. Little ginger girl says that she misses the doc because he was her friend. She asks if poor, dead Derek was John's friend. John gets this pained look on his face. Savannah tries to take the blame. John tells her that's not true, but yet... it kind of is. Everyone told Savannah not to talk to strange men on the Internet/phone, but she insisted on talking to John Henry, even though he is kind of creepy and works with her mommy, living in the basement. John's like, "Aw, cute... you have an imaginary friend." And she's like, "No dude, he's real, and he's got a cord sticking out of the back of his head." Um. John's putting the pieces together. Not as quickly as John Henry's microprocessor... maybe humans are fallible. Creepy dude, lives in basement, works for Weaver and Ellison, has a cord sticking out of the back of his head. That sounds familiar. Like Cromartie. He's none too pleased when he finds out that Ellison's been acting as a tutor to Cromartie in the ways of the world.
Over at Zeira Corp, Ellison is explaining to Weaver that Sarah Connor's alive and that there's a water-delivering Terminator that might want Weaver dead. Weaver decides not to focus on the death threat, and instead wants to know how Ellison came across this info. Those security tapes that John Henry claimed were corrupted weren't really. She's not pleased that Ellison taught John Henry to lie. He gets this, but thinks she should still meet up with Sarah Connor. But Weaver's not going anywhere. Her main mission is to protect John Henry. It's more important than getting Savannah back. She informs Ellison quite simply, "When my behavior implies that I value John Henry's survival more than that of my own daughter, it is not that I love John Henry more than Savannah, but it is because I believe Savannah's survival might some day depend on John Henry's survival. And because I believe that your survival might depend on John Henry's survival." She then tells the speechless Ellison that she'll meet with Sarah Connor, and he should go make that happen.