So they make a right and pull out of the funeral procession and drive up to a pond or a little lake surrounded by dead cattle. Zoe says you'll be out there one day and they'll be lying dead like that, and the next day they'll be gone. "Like Mike," says Cameron. "Yeah, like Mike," says Zoe, instead of, "No, Mike didn't die, he just left, Cameron." Henry chalks it up to "idiots with guns" but Cameron points out that there are no bullet wounds. "What are you, Dr. Quinn, medicine woman?" says Zoe, because you need a medical degree to tell that someone hasn't been shot. John suggests it was the water. "You'd think people would've picked up on that," says Cameron, and then the four of them stand around for five minutes for a pensive tableaux before we go to commercial.
BURIAL: We're at the cemetery now, everyone standing around looking glum as a casket gets lowered into the earth. Looks like Henry's dad. He's sitting there with presumably his mom as the coffin goes into the ground. "They always did want to be rich," Zoe tells John, adding, "His mom always wanted the good things. Careful what you wish for, huh?" John asks her what she means. Insurance company payouts, Zoe explains. "We're all rich," she says, with a sarcastic "woo-hoo!" added on. John asks what Henry's dad did. Same as everybody else: went to work in the morning, came home at night, and didn't talk about it. John wants to know why all the secrecy over heating and air-conditioning, and Zoe figures that it wasn't heating and air-conditioning at all, but some government project, because there were a lot of real smart people in town here. I hope there aren't some people watching this episode who do work in the industry and might feel maligned by Zoe's suggestion that these people were too smart to work in the air-conditioning industry. John asks her if she thinks someone sabotaged the plant. "It wasn't an accident, John. Moo." Then while someone starts singing "I'll Fly Away," Zoe goes over to stand near Henry, which is awfully big of her.
So the Connors are now all standing around casting meaningful glances at each other. Then Walsh shows up at the funeral, followed closely by Derek. Sarah moves away from Diana a little bit to tell Derek, "The guy who shot me is either a serial killer or a true believer," she says, adding that his wife thinks he was murdered. Derek thinks she's right, and asks if she heard anything about the drone Sarah thought she saw. "I don't think I saw it, I saw it," says Sarah. She notices Walsh and asks who he is. Derek says he's looking for something. "I figure the best way to find out what it is is to let him find it." Sarah susses out that Walsh "made" Derek and will try to lose him. "But he doesn't know me. I'll handle it." "You always do," says Derek. Yeah, great plan, unless, you know, Walsh, who is standing right there, sees Derek and Sarah standing there talking to each other. "Skynet's here, Reese. I can feel it," says Sarah. Derek has a little chuckle over her calling him that because it's what she used to call his brother. "Maybe you should try to let him go," says Derek. Nice. You know, Reese is your last name, asshole. "Maybe you should," says Sarah.