You think Jesse doesn't feel? She feels! After killing Riley, she feels like going out drinking and getting in fights with off-duty military personnel, which means she needs to get bailed out by Derek, who's none too pleased about it. He comes off kinda dumb this episode, what with the way Jesse is practically wearing a T-shirt that says, "Ask me about my involvement with Riley's death" the way she keeps trying to make Derek see the positive side of Riley's death, which is that it'll drive a wedge between John and Cameron (whom Derek wrongly believes killed Riley).
John's suspicious of Cameron as well, but something about how hot Cameron is seems to persuade John that she's not lying to him (this time). Sarah's less enthralled than John, and seems to want to throw Cameron in the fire with which she's destroying all the spare terminator parts, which she found in the garage. The Connor Clan is leaving the compound, much to the chagrin of their neighbor and her massive boobs.
Speaking of dumb, Ellison helps Weaver find her missing daughter, who is playing a building-wide game of hide and seek thanks to Chrome Artie, who needs a chewing-out by Ellison for playing a dangerous game with a little child. That's fine. But Ellison could have been a little more unnerved by the fact that Weaver's missing daughter didn't unnerve her very much.
Flashback/forwards tell us the story of a mission undertaken by Jesse and her sub (the S.S. Minnow, right?) with the scrubbed T-888 as its captain, Queeg (played by Chad Coleman, also known as "Cutty" from The Wire). The good news is Queeg steers the sub to safety during an encounter with a much more powerful terminator submarine. The bad news is that Queeg's got another mission Jesse didn't even know about, from John Connor, which involves the crew picking up a package along the way. The show's to be continued next week, so we'll have to wait until then to see what's in the case. Unless it's like Pulp Fiction and we never do. Man, more people need to get shot on this show. Come on! Ratings bonanza!
Jesse sits in her hotel room. In a chair. Lips pursed. She sits between two matching lamps on matching end tables, and she reaches over to the one on her left and shifts it slightly. I kind of expected a compartment to pop open with, like, a gun, or blueprints. Action Comics #1. Then she glances over into the other room and remembers that she needs to finish zipping up the body bag that Riley is lying in. Man, she's just like me in college! Whenever I had a big job to do, like finish an essay, or dispose of a body, I'd usually put it off by tidying up my room first. Lamp adjustment all finished now, she goes and zips Riley up.
We fade to white and into a flash-forward to the resistance base at Serrano Point in 2027, with Jesse getting ready to leave on a mission and Derek apparently being all antsy about it, even though she calls it a "milk run," and he's worried about the terminator-infested waters she needs to get through, and she wonders if he's going to be like this every time she ships out. Worried about her? Life's rough, Jesse. He tells her he's going on a mission too, and she's all, "Oh, one of those missions," and he says it isn't one of those missions, but is awfully evasive when she tries to get him to tell her just what his mission is. All he'll say is that it's "different." Presumably we're talking about the jump back to the present day, so I'm not sure what she means by "one of those missions." Anyway, he's also not happy about the fact that her submarine is piloted by a scrubbed terminator, and she says that "Queeg" (awesome choice for the name) is a "good bloke," and Derek snaps that he's not a bloke at all. "Jesse, he's not on our side. Don't ever think that," he sassies. He tells her to aim for the chip. And they suck face for a little bit, and Jesse says, "I love you too," even though Derek didn't say it (unless he tapped out Morse code with his tongue or something), and they separate and Jesse calls after Derek to say "hooroo," which means, she says, "I'll see you later." And he says it back.
Back in the present day, Sarah is stuffing a bunch of bundles of money into a sack, and John strolls in and asks what she's doing, and she says she's "moving," and John looks reasonably accepting of this, saying it's probably about the right time, and she tells him to gather up his Fall Out Boy and Panic At The Disco CDs, and she's about to tackle the garage, and he too quickly says he'll do it, and he makes up an excuse that he's got a bunch of "memory cards and flash drives" out there, and he doesn't want to erase his old copy of Space Invaders, and she tells him the garage is all his.