So I guess Weaver wanted her daughter brought in so we can have yet another scene of "Savannah is creeped out because this woman is a cold version of what her mother used to be." That's nice. We haven't had one of those in a couple of episodes, so maybe we forgot. Weaver tries to cheer up a sniffling Savannah by talking about what it was like when her own father died. "He was a tough man." He was a block of steel, Weaver, come on. Actually, what she does is repeat Ellison's story verbatim to Savannah, who appears unmoved. She misses her daddy, misses him reading her stories. Weaver says she can read Savannah stories. "He did it better," says Savannah, who's liable to wind up with a metal ice pick in her eye if she's not careful. Weaver says anytime she wants to see her dad, they've got videos, and Savannah has to tell her that it's not the same because she can't sit in his lap. Weaver hauls her up onto her own lap. "Your lap is cold," says Savannah. "I know," says Weaver. OH MY GOD THE BORINGNESS.
We're back over at Cattlekill Lake, where the Connor Crew finds the dead body of Mr. Walsh. He definitely has some kind of chest wound, though. "Where are we, John? What is this place?" asks Sarah. John says he doesn't know.
Suddenly, the water starts to bubble, and before any of the crew can really react, something erupts from the water with a ferocious roar. It's a Hunter-Killer, turbines whining, spotlight shining down on the Connors, before it turns in mid-air and flies off. The Connors all look at each other.
Elsewhere, George McCarthy gets out of the cab of his transport truck as the H-K approaches. He walks around to the back and opens the doors, and the H-K folds itself inward and flies inside. George closes the doors after it, and gets in his truck and drives off. Presumably at some point McCarthy is going to have to explain why he parked so damn far away from the pond instead of just next to it.