Sarah's sitting in her jail cell when Aldridge comes in to hang out. He tells her he believes her. About the machines, the time travel, that she's seen a world that he never has. He says in the last eight hours he's received dozens of calls from people who knew Sarah, John and Cameron Baum, who they now know are actually named Connor. "By all accounts, your son looks 16 and not 24, just as you look 35 and not 43," he says. Hey, good genes, man. "I believe you have participated in the miraculous and the terrible and through it all you have maintained a moral and good soul," he says, and he wants to help her and her son. "Help me do that," he says. "My son is dead," she says. He sits there a moment longer, then stands up and leaves the cell. The door closes, and he asks if she knows who Danny Dyson is. Miles Dyson's son, she says. He asks if she knows where he is. She doesn't. "He's been missing for three months," he tells her, and leaves. Here's hoping this pays off in the as-yet un-greenlit Season Three.
An underground parking garage. A car pulls up and parks right in the middle of the aisle, and water delivery terminator gets out, just as a security guard gets out of the elevator. "Hey! Are you the guy who smashed my gate?" he says. "Yes," says the terminator, pulling out his guns and unloading several shots into the guard. Suddenly, Weaver's there. "I liked that gate," she says. "Catherine Weaver?" he says. "Sure," she answers. So he starts pumping bullets into her too, at least until he sees that they're having no effect. I don't understand why terminators just stand there and take bullets sometimes. Aren't they risking damage? Well, maybe not the liquid ones. Anyway, Weaver looks down at the closing liquid-metal holes, then turns her arm into a long spear and pins water delivery terminator to the car. With her other arm-spear, she jabs a nearby electrical box, using herself as a conductor to electrocute the other metal but good.