Catherine Weaver's in her office -- where else? -- while Savannah plays nearby. Catherine, on her computer, is watching some sort of old television interview with the real, and really pregnant, Catherine Weaver and her husband (she's listening to it on headphones, presumably so Savannah can't hear it), and studying the way the couple laugh together and touch each other, and listens to Catherine talk about writing on the butcher paper her father used to bring home from one of the oldest shops in Edinburgh. Hasn't she watched this before? And having watched it, she really shouldn't need to see it again, right? And maybe she should wear her hair down like the Catherine Weaver in the video instead of the femullet action she's got going on, right? Then she's buzzed and informed she's needed in the lab.
Downstairs, glasses-wearing guy tells her that the computer's not running any programs at all, just displaying the images of crying people and math equations, over and over again. He wonders if maybe they shouldn't scrap the project and start over with a clean platform. Catherine glares at him: "Should I consider scrapping my team as well? Or does that seem equally as intemperate?" Glasses-wearing guy wisely doesn't say anything.
Back upstairs, Savannah's now on the computer, watching the video of her parents. She asks why her daddy keeps rubbing her mommy's tummy. "I think he's trying to hug me," she says. Catherine comes over and, after again watching the couple affectionately touching each other, starts rubbing her daughter's arm. I was half-expecting Savannah to shudder, but she seems to like it, and she looks up at her smiling mom. Again, though, I can't help but think the Terminator would have all this down by now.
Sarah's hitting the heavy back at the Connor Compound when John stomps in all sour and asks when they're going to see Dr. Sherman again. Sarah says they're not going to, because the patient list is a bust and they're getting nothing from the tapes. John says he'll keep pushing, because Sherman's name is on the list for a reason. Cameron strolls in to suggest Sherman's on the list because he helps John. "What makes you think John needs help?" snaps Sarah. "What makes you think I don't?" asks John. Sarah looks at him. "Do you?" John doesn't say anything, and Sarah says he can talk to her. John lies that he's fine and stomps off.