Back to 1954. Simon and his chick. Nothing much is happening, but it's kind of sepia. So if you like brown, this is a great scene for you. She would like some sunflowers to light up the house. That's seriously the most important thing either of them say. She goes into a house and Simon looks down the street. Hi, Thomas! Thomas has been lurking around so he can tell Simon it's time to leave this life behind because people will notice he's not aging. How long has he been in Venice Beach? They only crashed ten years earlier, and I'd think it would take longer than that to notice that someone isn't aging. Anyway, Simon is in love! Thomas doesn't care; he tells Simon not to let his people down. He won't even let Simon say goodbye, and already Simon's story is more interesting than anything Sean's done.
In the parking lot next to the coffee shop, the man from the Situation Room (aside: "The Man from the Situation Room" would be a great name for a blog) asks Simon if all his team members are present. Simon claims to have them waiting "out front." Meanwhile, I have to assume that people are wandering out of the coffee shop, so the radioactive isotope plan is totally compromised. Although I don't know why they can't just track all 43 targets. Maybe use the traffic cameras to eliminate some until you figure out which one is Sophia? Never mind. The man tells Simon there's a traitor and that he has a briefcase with a Geiger counter in it. Simon takes the briefcase, but the man reminds him that someone needs to check him first. That sentence had a lot of "him"s in it. The man reminds Simon that someone needs to check Simon. Simon agrees, then whacks the guy upside the head with the briefcase. WHAM! Right out in the middle of the parking lot, too. He stuffs the man into the trunk of a car, which we see from across the street for some reason. I think they're trying to hint that someone might have seen this, but that already occurred to everyone in the audience because he's doing it right out in the open.