Elsewhere, Derek is shooting at a row of apples out in the bush near an oil derrick, like how wasteful is that, and he misses one, so of course the sight must be off. Jesse smirks and offers to give it a try, and takes the gun. Derek says it's nice to be able to waste bullets on apples, and I for one would much rather watch these people waste bullets on each other, and then Derek says April 21, 2011, was Judgment Day for him, and wants to know what hers was, but she's too busy missing apples as well, and avoids the question, and then eventually says that whatever it was, it's probably changed now, so there's no point worrying about it.
Derek says he needs her help with something, and she says, "Didn't I just help you with something? This morning in the shower?" and I'd appreciate it if the two of them can keep their damn hands off each other for two damn minutes, and Derek says there's a guy with information he needs. "So ask him," says Jesse, helpful as always. "Not that kind of guy. Not that kind of information," says Derek. Skynet, deduces Jesse, and Derek nods. She tells him she's here to win the war, not prevent it. "John Connor," says Derek, and Jesse does likewise. Derek says she keeps saying that, but he doesn't know what it means: "So either help me with my plan, or show me some progress on yours." She asks him what he needs. Another shower, probably.
Sarah's sifting through some piles of documents on the dining room table, looking for something she can't find. She tells Cameron that there was a stack of papers on the lawyer who set up the drone shell company. "Derek took it," says Cameron. "So he's chasing it down?" asks Sarah, but Cameron doesn't know. Sarah gets all ticked off, saying Derek should keep her in the loop: "It's my loop," she says, and Cameron says she's been distracted. "I was kidnapped," says Sarah. "Which is distracting," points out Cameron.
So because Sarah's not in a foul enough mood, she asks Cameron about Riley, and Cameron tells her about the bruise on Riley's face the day she tried to commit suicide, which John thinks is from her foster father. Sarah asks if Cameron agrees, but she's not sure: "We don't know much about Riley," says Cameron, who offers to go visit the foster parents, but Sarah says she'll do it. It is her loop, after all.