Anyway, then the submarine is rocked by some kind of explosion that might be a depth charge, and Jesse orders everyone to general quarters and everyone scatters.
In Catherine Weaver's office, the ginger terminator herself is doing some work while her poor mopey daughter does her best to entertain herself. She asks her mommy to come play hide and seek, but gets a lecture on forebearance and patience and self-control, like what a treat for Savannah on Take Your Phoney Daughter to Work Day. "As opposed to wanting what we want when we want it. Something to think about." And Weaver goes back to work, so Savannah wanders off, casting one puffed-lower-lip look back at her "mommy" before heading out into the hall. Then, to her left, a door swings open on its own. Smiling, she walks through out to where the elevators are, and the doors open obligingly and she walks in there too. It's a magical elevator, with the buttons lighting up in pretty patterns, playing "Three Blind Mice," making Savannah giggle. The elevator floor indicator goes down to zero, and the doors open in the basement.
Still smiling, Savannah wanders down the hall, and the lights come on as she needs them, so she makes a game of it, skipping and jumping so the lights turn on. She's having a grand time, which is awful for anyone watching because we're all assuming she's going to be killed now.
Partway down a hall, another door swings open. There's Chrome Artie/John Henry, sitting at a table. He waves hello at her. "Would you like to play hide and seek?" he asks. Oh, my god, that is SO funny. She was just saying to her mom that she wanted to play hide and seek! She walks into the room, and the door swings shut behind her.
So after a commercial break, we see Ellison sitting at his desk having his lunch, because, you know, Ellison is so busy doing whatever it is that he supposedly does for Weaver that he can't get away from his desk even for lunch, and Weaver strolls in to calmly tell him that Savannah is missing. "She's in the building, Mr. Ellison. You just have to find her." He says the building has twenty-three storeys and it doesn't seem to register that HE'S more concerned about Savannah missing than Weaver is, and Weaver says there's someone who knows what's happening on all floors.