Meanwhile, Andy and Dmitri bicker about the loss, each blaming the other. John says no one's going to want Andy's program now. "It could still be a threat. It could still become Skynet," says Cameron, who is just itching to kill someone. "It could also become Pong," says Sarah, who forgets that Pong very nearly did take over the world. Sarah decides she's going to sit down with Andy and tell him everything. Uh...why? What possible purpose could that serve? It looks like we've averted disaster, so maybe I should tell the guy who's way interested in artificial intelligence about Skynet.
Sarah walks down the hotel hallway, which is as busy as a college dorm but with fewer pizza boxes and speakers pointed out the window. The mysterious, stubbly Brian Austin Green bumps into her walking the other way down the hall. Which undoubtedly means: so much for Andy.
Sure enough, Sarah finds Andy on the floor of his hotel room, dead from having a bullet in the middle of his forehead. Sarah heads back out into the hallway, and BAG, despite presumably coming from a room with a dead guy, can't muster up a pace faster than "amble," and is still in the hallway. He looks back, and then ducks down some stairs. Sarah takes the ones closer to her.
Somehow, despite following him, she manages to get in front of him and ambush him, and they tussle. Well, it's not really an even fight. BAG is getting his ass kicked. Sarah gets on top of him. "Who are you?" she yells, and BAG pushes her off, and runs away, which is right when at least three police cars arrive and surround him. I know it seems like a really quick response time since neither Sarah nor BAG, I assume, called the cops, but I'm pretty sure that police usually station a few extra units at a hotel when there's a computer chess tournament on, since things tend to get a little rowdy. Near enough that the police cars' red-and-blues are lighting her up in bright colours, Sarah watches BAG get arrested. She slumps against a wall. "I'm so sorry, Andy," she says. How about you feel guilty a little farther away from the cops before you get arrested?
Sarah is furiously doing chin-ups on the swing set. Cameron strolls over to her and gives her a pencil. "You should write Andy a note, because you can't cry," she says. Sarah wordlessly snaps the pencil in half and hands the pieces to Cameron and walks inside.