Derek and Jesse arrive back at her hotel room, and Derek's being his usual mopey self. "I think about Riley. What the cyborg did to her," he says. "It's a terrible thing," agrees Jesse, adding if John realizes what the metal is, what it does, maybe some good can come of it: "Maybe you can help him see that." Derek's not convinced. "'Good'? An innocent kid is dead, because that metal bitch murdered her in cold blood. No good comes out of that. None. Not ever." Jesse says he's a good man, and then she starts sucking his face and tells him not to let anyone tell him different. On the other hand, if someone were to tell him he's kinda dumb, don't press the issue so much. A couple of minutes later (at best, you know what I mean?) Jesse's buttoning up her pants and Derek's grabbing his jacket and walking out the door. "Hooroo," he tells her, and she says it back, like I love how all of a sudden this "hooroo" thing is a thing they have, only we've never seen it before now.
Back on the sub, Jesse asks Queeg why they've been going thirty degrees off bearing for the past four hours, heading into a major Skynet zone. "Our new mission required it," says Queeg, saying their new mission is taking them to a deep-water oil platform near the Indonesian archipelago. "Lt. Deets and his team will board the rig and retrieve a package. We will deliver this package to Serrano Point." Jesse points out that they have important cargo to deliver to Perth, like vaccines, but Queeg says the new orders come from John Connor. She asks if these new orders say what's in the package. "Yes, they do," he says, and that's all he says. Maybe he's distracted by the fact that a full half of Jesse's form is obscured by a promo of a writhing Eliza Dushku for that Dollhouse show and we can't actually see what's going on until Eliza disappears, thank you. "Please inform the crew. Thank you," says Queeg.
So Jesse fills in Lt. Deets, who says he'll be fine, because he's "got this" and he cocks his weapon, and she tells him she's being serious. "I'm always serious about being fine," he says, and Deets is so going to die before the end of this two-parter. She says if he sees anything he doesn't like, to make sure he thinks before he pulls the trigger. "I've been seeing things I don't like since J-Day. You don't get to be my age without thinking first," he says, and reassures "Mom" that they'll hold hands before crossing the street.