He heads back outside, gasping for air, looking more than a little freaked out. He stands there a moment, staring at his gun, but before he decides to off himself, he's surprised by a woman holding a very large gun on him. It's Jesse. She glances down. "Your fly's open," she says. "Well, it pays to advertise," is what Derek should have said, instead of nothing.
Back in the present day, he's working on bandaging a wound on Anne's arm when she stirs and asks where her daughter is. Derek says she went out for some air, which doesn't win him any love from her. "Your kid'll be fine," Derek tells her. "She hasn't been a kid for months," says Anne, which Derek, clearly thinking of his whiny crybaby nephew John, says it's easy to say and think that, but it's not always the case. She tells him it sounds like he knows something about that, and he says he knows Sarah is protecting her. He doesn't buy her "I called Roger" story, since kids can adapt to this sort of thing better than adults can. He's guessing Anne called this "Roger" guy.
Six months ago, Sarah merrily hacks into the wall so she can pull out some wiring and attach it to the door handle. She tells Lauren that the shock will force the Terminator to reboot, and they'll have two minutes to get the chip out of its head. "Does that work?" asks Lauren. Sarah admits it sometimes doesn't work. Dave takes the time to bicker at his wife some more for not questioning how the money was coming in. "I assumed you were earning it!" she yells, and stomps off to go to the bathroom, which she assumes is OK with him.
Only Sarah catches her in the bedroom on the phone. Anne, clearly lying, says she was just checking the phone lines. Then there's a little boring chatter about how they're not like Sarah. They're normal. "I was normal. I had to learn this," says Sarah. Anne whines that she thought a crisis was supposed to bring a family closer together. "Don't confuse close with happy," Sarah advises. Their bonding is interrupted by Lauren, who says she sees something coming down the road. Sarah orders her away from the window, but she says she thinks it's Mr. Schaeffer. "Roger, from down the road," explains David. "These things can look like anyone," says Sarah, readying her gun, and getting even more convinced when the dog starts barking. But Anne says she knows it's him, and frantically goes to the door to rip off the wire booby-trap. David's awfully confused about why Roger's even coming here, since David told him they were going camping. Anyway, Anne opens the door and yells for Roger to come inside. "He's coming to see me, OK?" she tells everyone in the cabin. Ohhhh. Yeah, this is awkward. Sarah glances at Lauren for an explanation. "She never goes camping. She keeps the home fires going," says Lauren. Poor kid! Knows about her dad's illegal activity, knows about her mom's affair. "With Roger?" says David, looking kinda stunned. "Don't confuse close with happy," Anne says, looking at Sarah. Lady, I don't think your family is in danger of being thought of as either one of those.