Meanwhile, a frustrated Charley, being questioned by Chrome "Kester" Artie figures the FBI should get its story straight as to whether Sarah is still alive or not. After Chrome Artie is momentarily bewildered by a ringing cell phone (set to "vibrate"), he admits that the FBI only just figured out Sarah and John are still alive.
And then along comes Penny, who's somewhat surprised to be awkwardly questioned by the FBI agent about her husband's ex-girlfriend. "John wanted to marry Sarah Connor before you," Chrome Artie informs her, and that's why he thinks Sarah might be hiding out here. Charley glares at him all "Dude! NOT cool!" He tells Agent Kester with "all due respect" that the Sarah he knew, who was Sarah Reese, blew herself up in the bank eight years ago. "I never knew, and I do not know, Sarah 'Connor.'" Chrome Artie considers this, then reaches in his pocket for a card to hand to Charley. "If you ever see or hear anything, give me a call. Anytime. I never sleep."
Over at Terminator High School, a memorial to Jordon is threatening to take over an entire hallway. There's a picture of Jordon in a cheerleader's outfit. A teacher, played by Neil Hopkins, also known as Charlie's older brother Liam on Lost, reminds everyone dropping off bad poetry and stuffed animals that he's available for grief counseling in his office. I got ten bucks says it's the same office where Jordon got herself into trouble. Cameron is absolutely mystified by the memorial. Join the club, Cameron. John explains that people are writing notes to Jordon, which only confuses Cameron more, since Jordon's DEAD and all. "Yeah, I remember watching her fall," snaps John, whose sarcasm is completely lost on Cameron, who says, "Me too." She wants to know how Jordon's going to get the notes. John explains that sometimes things happen that are so bad that people don't know how to handle it, so they put it in a note. "But I thought people cried when they're sad," says Cameron. Sometimes that's not enough, says John. Don't you know that tears are not enough? I suppose it's understandable that John felt if he saved the cheerleader, he'd save the world.
John's finished explaining, because his mysterious lab partner is standing looking at the memorial, so he ditches Cameron to go stand by her looking all sensitive and distraught. "Are you going?" she asks him. "I didn't really know her," says John. I didn't either, says the blond. "I liked the note part," she says, before moving over to sign the condolence book, which is hopefully a little reverent for the sake of Jordon's parents than the online tribute. So...was the blonde listening to the conversation? She heard that? John and Cameron need to work on their indoor voices.