Inside, Sarah says, "It doesn't bother you that he's dead, does it?" Sarah, sweetie, she's a cyborg. Cameron just says the world is safer without him, which is probably not what Sarah needs to hear. But they're interrupted by John, who comes in with his laptop and says the LAPD's firewalls really blow. He's found the arrest report for the guy, who doesn't have a name yet. One of the photos on the report shows his bar code tattoo. "He's one of them," says Sarah, leaving the room. Cameron says this guy is the fourth resistance fighter. "So you know him. From the future," says John. "So do you. He's one of your best soldiers," says Cameron. "Who is he?" might be the next logical question to ask Cameron. Instead, Sarah walks back in with the surveillance photos of Andy, and says the group must have been watching him, just like the Connor Crew was. John says the big difference is that this guy killed Andy. And you know that...how? And also, wasn't killing Andy something you guys might have had to do? Cameron says killing Andy wasn't this guy's mission. "You sent him here to wait for us," she says. "Well, I guess he changed his mind. A lot," says John. Once again, I think a little more proof than "this guy was at the hotel" is necessary here. Sarah says she needs to talk to him, and John points out that the guy's in lockdown. Sarah doesn't respond.
Elsewhere, looking at the exact same arrest report, is the Terminator from the safehouse. His POV shot analyzes BAG's face. "ID Confirmed. Objective: terminate."
And how does the Terminator plan to achieve this? He stomps up to a pair of police officers standing and chatting. He knocks one of them to the ground, and then makes a "You wanna make something of it?" face at the other one, who draws his gun.
Over at Degrassi High, Cameron and John sit down at a table in an outside courtyard, John cracking the books to learn math, because even though Cameron did his homework for him, he still needs to know the material for the test. "So why did you ask me to do it for you?" says Cameron. John whines that it's hard to concentrate on geometry when people keep dying all around him, which I get the sense is going to be his excuse for everything. "You're grieving," says Cameron. "How do you know what grieving is?" asks John. John, the Microsoft Word program I'm typing this on knows what grieving is, so I don't think it's all that impressive that Cameron's got access to a dictionary. "I read all the notes," says Cameron.