After the commercial break, we're back in the present day, Cameron's in a shed with the T-888 laid out, cinderblocks forming a makeshift crematorium, I presume. But before she gets to that, she pulls out a giant knife and starts cutting off the skin in giant chunks, putting them in plastic bags.
Inside, John watches his Unky Derek sleep while the blood goes from John's arm into Derek. In the living room, Charley tells Sarah that it's some kid she has there. "You have no idea," she says. No, he really doesn't, because Charley's putting two and two together and coming up with five. He points out that John has the same rare blood type as Derek, who just happens to have the same last name as Sarah was using back in their time together. So...he thinks Derek's the father? Which means, Sarah left out that part of the story? She tells him about the killer time-traveling robots, but is worried that Charley can't handle hearing about John's father? "He's not John's father. I'm not sure I'm ready to explain it," says Sarah. "Let me guess: it's complicated," says Charley, not without some humour. He says Sarah could have told him. "Would you have believed me?" asks Sarah.
Charley's saved from having to say, "Well, of course not," by John, who yells because he needs help. On the kitchen table/operating slab, Derek's struggling. He's yelling for his brother. "Where's Kyle? Where'd you send him? You owe me the truth!" he screams, clearly not completely lucid. He goes quiet when Charley sedates him, but John seems rattled.
Back to the future, where a groggy Derek is being carried back up the stairs by a Terminator, and chained again to the floor. From their own pieces of the floor, the other soldiers watch him. Another H-K hovers overhead, shining its light in through the stained glass. Derek struggles to his knees and reaches up towards the light.
Later on, the soldiers are all sleeping, exhausted from trying to figure out just WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON. Timms wakes up, and looks around. "I think they're gone," he says. The other soldiers wake up, and sit up. In the centre of their circle, on the floor, lies a hatchet. "What is this, a game?" asks one of them. Derek grabs the hatchet. "Yeah. It's always a game," he says, and uses the hatchet to smash his chain.