After the break, Stephen stammers out his questions which amount to where the hell am I and who the hell are you? John obliges. "You're in an abandoned subway station 100 feet below the streets of Manhattan. You teleported here. Actually, I teleported you." Cara chimes in: "We're called Tomorrow People." A beat. "We didn't choose the name, I swear." Well played. Stephen is convinced this is all part of another crazy dream, so Cara assures him, telepathically, that it's not a dream. Aloud, she explains that telepathy is another of their powers. John says, "The three Ts -- the third being telekinesis." When Cara realizes he doesn't believe them, John grins. "That's funny. The teleporting usually sells it."
Stephen is sure he's going to wake up someplace awful, like in another three-way at his neighbors. They give him a whole spiel about how his latent powers are starting to appear. He's not sleep walking, he's sleep teleporting. He hears Cara's voice due to telepathy. Next he'll find he has the ability move things with his mind. Rather than say that outright, John says Stephen will be able to do "this" and then makes Stephen float above the floor using only the power of his mind. I'm going to need to develop some convenient shorthand to use when I have to explain that these Tomorrow People are using their powers. Maybe next week. Anyhow, Stephen freaks out like you do, demands to be put down, but even after he's dropped, he continues to maintain his denial. "I'm having a psychotic break. My meds are off."
John and Cara tell Stephen he has to stop taking his meds, because they're only going to hamper him. Stephen shouts that she has no idea what his last year has been like. Cara relates how she knows exactly what it's like, loss of control, hours in therapy, paragraphs of expository dialogue. Oh, wait... Anyhow, Cara says that when she connects to him, she feels what it's like to be him. She promises he's not a freak. He's on the brink of becoming someone extraordinary. Just to make sure we're not sleeping through the setup of this triangle, John claps Stephen on the shoulder and says, "Don't let it go to your head."
As he looks around the lair, Stephen asks how many "of you" there are. John says Stephen has brought their group's number to 15, but there could be hundreds or even thousands more. Cara blahs about their shared genetic mutation and how it lies dormant through adolescence. John says, "Until them, people like you think they're regular SAPs." Cara clarifies, "Homo sapiens." Stephen nods. "As in human? Uh, if I'm not human, what the hell am I?" Joining the conversation, Russell Kwon (Aaron Yoo) says, "You, my friend, are a Homo superior."