So, John and Cameron enroll at Campo de Cahuenga High School, while Sarah closes out the episode with a little thematic narration: "Know thyself," which is carved on the front of the Temple of Apollo, and which translates as "gnothi seauton." For Sarah, it means, "People hide secrets. Time is a lie. The material world can disappear in an instant. It has, and it will again."
Meanwhile, the police toss dead Enrique's house, while we hear a phone message left by the possible rat for Agent Ellison, promising some big news, some muy expensivo information. So either he was selling the Connors out, or he was hoping the FBI wanted to pay to hear him ramble on about El Finito.
We watch as a homeless man makes his way through some sort of hobo hubcap shopping mall. Only if you look closely, you realize you can't see any exposed skin, and behind the ski goggles are two burning red eyes. With the goggles and the face mask, he looks kind of like if Snake-Eyes from G.I. Joe were homeless.
And elsewhere, Sarah, as Sarah Baum (as in Frank L., author of The Wizard of Oz), gets some tests done at an oncology clinic as the voice-over continues. "There is no control. No constant. No shelter but the love of family and the body God gave us." Or Cyberdyne, depending on who you are. "And we can only hope that will always be enough."