Jesse hangs underwater, eyes closed. She's somewhere in between the baby on Nevermind or Cameron in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
We're back in the break room on the Jimmy Carter, and Dietz is glaring at Garvin, who's pushing his food around on his plate. "What's the matter? You don't like hash browns?" snarls Dietz, and the poor guy just says he isn't hungry, and Dietz snaps that Garvin's always hungry, that everybody's always hungry. "How'm I supposed to eat with Goodnow dead and that thing running around out there?" says Garvin, and Dietz slides his tray over and says, "Here, have mine," like maybe MORE hash browns are the answer, and Garvin says again that he's not hungry, and Dietz says, "Maybe. Or maybe you're not really Garvin. Maybe you're that thing!" and the two of them flip their trays over while standing up and getting into each other's faces, and Jesse has to get between the two of them, and Dietz agrees, that maybe it isn't Garvin: "You're not the one who spends all day locked in a room with metal," he says, staring straight at Jesse. "Stand down, Dietz," she says, but Dietz is just getting warmed up. He says he always knew Jesse was a "metal lover," but maybe she's more than that. Maybe she's one of them: "Just like that little metal bitch that follows Connor everywhere." So he violently gropes her, saying that he should check, for "safety," and she slugs him in the neck but in a split second she's set upon by a bunch of other guys in the mess, and they slam her face down against a table and start punching her, and then throw her to the floor and start laying the boots to her. Suddenly, Queeg's in the middle of everyone, pulling people off of Jesse, with Dietz saved for last. Queeg effortlessly picks Dietz up and slams him against the wall, leaving a bit of a stain. Dietz crumples to the ground. Queeg looks around at the group. "Report to your duty stations," he says. Jesse doesn't get up; she just stares at Dietz's dead, bloodied face. This is going to mean a lot of paperwork.
Back in the Connor Compound, Cameron's headed out the door, with a gun. Like, not in her pocket or anything, actually carrying a gun. I'm sure the neighbours would love that, Cameron. Sarah tells her she's not going anywhere. John needs me, says Cameron, and Sarah says, "If John needed you, he would have asked for you. He didn't," and repeats that Cameron's not leaving the house. She says the police could identify Riley at any time, so she needs to be with him, but Sarah figures it's likely that the police would come here, so it's better that John's out. Probably better if Cameron's out, too, if the police show up, Sarah.