Anyway, Derek's been left around at the kitchen table with Cameron, and they stare each other down. "Guess you're not hungry either," he says. Cameron pulls the plate toward her,takes a bite of pancake, and looks at him, all, "Your move, Derek." "You might have fooled them, but not me. I know you," says Derek. "I know you too," Cameron replies. They sit there, staring at each other. If it's a staring contest Derek wants, though, I think Cameron's got the advantage.
Dr. Silberman -- who, I guess, retired after building the Knight Industries Three Thousand, is repotting some plants in his outdoor garden in a beautiful cabin. Agent Ellison pulls up. "Can I help you?" asks Silberman. Ellison introduces himself, and says that he'd like to talk about Sarah Connor. Dr. Silberman's smile fades slightly before he invites Ellison inside...
...where, while Ellison sips from a cup of tea, Silberman runs down everything that was wrong with Sarah: depressed, anxiety-ridden, manic, violent with paranoid delusions. "Is that what it was? Delusions?" asks Ellison. Silberman asks if Ellison means the apocalyptic robot soldiers from the future? And they chuckle. Silberman adds that Sarah could be quite charming, too -- even persuasive. "'Beware of false prophets,'" says Ellison, and Silberman asks if he's a man of "the book." Ellison says, "It has brought me comfort at times." Well, seven episodes in, that's news to everyone else. Silberman asks whether Ellison wants more tea, and Ellison says sure, but as Silberman gets up, Ellison's hearing goes all wonky and his vision goes screwy. He drops the teacup, which shatters on the floor; Ellison collapses. Silberman watches, completely unsurprised.
Maria dances alone in her studio. Cameron watches her until Maria notices that she has an audience, and she stops, self-deprecatingly saying that she's out of practice from having to teach. "My brother says if you want to be good at anything, you have to practise every day," says Cameron, and then is all, "Speaking of brothers, do you have a brother? Is he a dancer like you or does he by any chance play chess?" Well, it doesn't go quite like that, but Cameron does draw all that information out of Maria. Cameron and Maria are interrupted by the ponytailed Russian douchebag strolling back into the studio, telling Maria he can see to it that she never dances again. Cameron steps between Maria and the douche to tell him, in Russian, that she can see to it that he will never dance again. He tells her to get lost, and Cameron kicks him against the wall, knocking him out. Cameron tells Maria that she's looking for her brother. "Are you police?" asks Maria. "I've already told the police everything I know." Cameron says, "No, I'm not police. But I do find them useful." She says she wants to help Maria's brother, and wants to know where he is.