So John Henry says he traced the "roving back door" that allowed access to his systems, and it uploaded itself from one of the main T3 hubs that carry all global internet traffic, and I hope it makes sense to somebody, because I'm not following. "The intelligence who designed it is far beyond you, or Mr. Murch, or any human being," he tells Ellison, before explaining the back door allowed access to a worm, code that enables the intelligence to operate his systems, like hands and fingers, remotely. He says the worm code is present in a significant percentage of the world's computer systems, enabling the intelligence to use them. "For what?" asks Weaver. "It has been looking for me," explains John Henry. Weaver asks him why, and it's because he shares common source code with the worm, and therefore the intelligence. "I believe we are brothers," he says. Weaver asks him to explain, and John Henry says he found some useful information in the comments part of the code, and brings up a picture of ol' Cyberdyne's logo, as well as the name of the original programmer: Miles Dyson, who John Henry explains died in 1997 in an explosion, the apparent victim of "known terrorist" Sarah Connor, days after she escaped from a mental hospital. "That was your case, Mr. Ellison, when you were at the FBI," says John Henry. Weaver looks at Ellison with interest, as he confirms it was. Oh, and you never found Sarah Connor, eh? says John Henry. "No, I did not," says Ellison. He doesn't like to talk about it! It's like she was an ex-girlfriend who dumped him badly. Weaver asks John Henry what his "brother" wants. "He wants what we all want, Ms. Weaver," says John Henry. Cheesecake? "To survive." That was my next guess.
Meanwhile, Cameron has found the van at the port of the City of Los Angeles, which looks kind of abandoned, and she rips open some fencing to get into the warehouse where the van's parked.
Inside a room, Derek sits blindfolded and tied to a chair. Cameron goes striding through this huge cavernous water-bottle storehouse, when suddenly she's doused with water from above, drenching her. One of the khaki dudes jumps out with an electrical cable that he touches to the puddle at her feet, making her jerk around and collapse. He kicks the gun away from her prone form, and we hear him (and Derek hears him) say, "Okay, it's down. I need to know what to do next. Show me where to cut." And then he's looking on his fancy-schmancy cellphone with a little video showing him where to find her chip. "Where'd you get this diagram? Your brother? You don't say." John Henry, you rat fink! He goes to work to start cutting, only Cameron flicks her eyes upward and then grabs him by the throat. Was it enough time for her to reboot? I don't think so -- and since we didn't see her POV screen winking out, I'm leaning towards the "she was faking it" explanation.