Young Charlie, who looks like he might have just a theory as to how this may have happened, says he didn't do anything, so the agent asks him to explain how he got so banged up. Charlie stares at him for a moment. "I don't know if I can," he says. "Try," says the agent.
Elsewhere, Catherine Weaver's sleek black Mercedes pulls up next to Ellison's in a parking lot. She gets out and asks what it is he wanted to show her. He opens his trunk, and lifts the tarp off Chrome Artie's bullet-ridden body. "We need to learn how they work. How to fight 'em," he says. We see a shot of Young Charlie telling his story in the storage locker, which is now completely empty, agents scouring it. Then we see Young Charlie in white, in a room with padded walls, and a door closing shut on him. "We can't allow history to repeat itself. Not when we have the power to stop it. It's up to us, now. The two of us," he says. Catherine smiles. "Yes. It is."
Oh, lord. One more dream sequence. Sarah, in a dress, climbs down a ladder into the grave, which has a door in one wall. She walks through, into Dr. Sherman's office. He's sitting there and looks up. She asks what she's doing there. "I don't know. It's a waste of time. You just lie and lie," he says, and she repeats that, the way Cameron might. He asks her if she has things to do, and she says she does. "I should get back to work," she says, and now she's back in the room with the names written in blood on the walls, and she sees it: three dots in a triangular pattern. I STILL say it's a Big Lebowski reference.
Daniel still prefers Sports Night to The West Wing. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.