Oh, great, just when things are getting interesting, we have to head over to Dr. Sherman's office where we can watch Sarah refuse to be at all forthcoming with any sorts of details about her life that might help him understand where her dreams are coming from. So he can only speak in generalities, and tells her that dreams usually mirror the central conflict in the dreamer, which he guesses would be with John. He also asks about conflict with Cameron, which Sarah says is different, and anyway, she doesn't want to talk about Cameron. Sherman says that's odd, because he thinks this is what the three dots are about, and why she only wants to talk about "one of the dots" is beyond him.
Sarah continues to sit silently. He sighs and stands up. "Nothing is going to happen in here until you decide to be honest." Sarah gets up and stomps out.
Back in the container, Old Charlie has filled in Young Charlie, who seems kinda skeptical. "Judgment Day? Machines?" Old Charlie goes off on how you have no idea what you'd do. He asks Young Charlie what the toughest decision he's had to face has been: Whether to stay with Rebecca or take a chance on Christine, or being worried about getting fired for taking time off for Grandfather's funeral? "You think you know who you are? You don't have a clue," says Old Charlie. Young Charlie wonders why he doesn't just tell them what they want to know. Yeah, really. Seems like he's made a career of that sort of thing. "You're here, you're safe," says Young Charlie. "Safe"? He's getting the crap beaten out of him by people he betrayed!
Speaking of whom, Derek and Jesse are conferring about what to do. Jesse says the guy's just playing games, pretending to be weak. He asks her how she knows, and she says she just does. She says Derek might not remember him, but she does. "He was the worst of them. The worst. He needs to die, Derek."
Derek asks what this guy did to her. From the sound of her? My guess is he dated her for a while and then just stopped calling her.
Jesse says there was a raid on a bunker. Metal was everywhere, and they killed the children and anyone over thirty. They took the prisoners to this place, says Jesse, and we watch as a bound Jesse lies on the table in the middle of a room with Terminators watching through windows, as Old Charlie walks around telling his audience that he will show them how to extract information from people, what makes people tick. This is what my closed captioning says, but I don't hear Old Charlie's words on my television at all. Weird. It certainly explains why Jesse snapped when Old Charlie talked about what makes people tick earlier.