Lauren keeps on with the mind-numbing chit-chat until Sarah finally just up and asks her why she came out here. She says she stands there like she's got a secret but she doesn't say anything, reminding her of her son. "You really do this with a kid?" says Lauren. "He's why I do this," says Sarah. Anyway, the secret is this: David's not being straight with her.
So Sarah stomps back to bust on David about Sym Dyne, this cybernetics company. Sarah's all, "Yeah, when I asked why a CYBORG might be after you? THIS IS RELEVANT." Lauren surprises her dad by having the actual e-mails from the company. David's holding out because the work he's doing isn't exactly legal. So the Fields start squabbling, with Anne upset about the illegality, and David angrily asking his daughter what she's doing on his computer. "Looking at lesbian porn, dad. What's the difference?" And not even the threat of death from a futuristic killing machine is enough to prevent parents from having a little freakout over the possibility of their daughter being gay. She's not though. "Thanks for knowing me," she snaps. Sarah has gone over to examine the door again, but is probably by this point thinking that it's fine with her if the T-888 gets them. Then she shushes them. "They're hunting," she says, looking out the window. "Each other." "So are we safe?" asks Anne. Sarah doesn't respond. She just starts hacking into to the wall with an axe.
Back in the present, Lauren says, "No one is ever safe." She hops down from the table, saying she needs some air. Derek hands her a gun. "Do you know how to use this? If you do, take it. If you don't, leave it. You don't go outside without it." Lauren expertly checks the clip, and gives Derek a half-smile before she goes.
At Eagle Rock bunker -- look, do they need to tell us it's 2027? Doesn't the dystopian landscape clue us in -- Derek, wearing some kind of facemask, gingerly makes his way through all the bodies on the floor, hanging off beds. It's like a frat house on a Sunday morning. It kind of looks like a first-person shooter for the Xbox. Among the dead are what looks like a family, with a woman who is (was) very much pregnant.