Chadcast. She-Chad informs the viewers that high-voltage transmission lines in upstate New York are being blamed for the power failure. "Luckily, Anna and the Visitors wasted no time, using their blue energy reactor at the Concordia site to turn power back on across the affected areas within minutes." So now everyone wants the Concordia sites built even faster. Erica turns off the Chadcast in the lair (yep, everyone got out and back safely, although it looks like Ryan had some laundry to do or something) and angrily kicks over a stool. Excuse me, do you live here? "That is exactly why we should have blown the site," she says. Jack says it was too risky, but Erica says they aren't taking enough risks, and as a result they handed Anna another victory. Erica starts to leave, but Kyle stops her, saying Jack might be right. After all, Eli picked her as the leader because she cares, blah blah. Sure, he said the opposite earlier, but as he says now, "You're not me." Which, after all, is probably why his previous night was more fun than most of his nights. Erica reminds him that he told her that he's a solder who would follow her orders. "I'll let you know what our next move is, "she says coldly before walking out. So, no after-party, then?
Up in the mothership, Anna has just finished screening the earlier Chadcast for him, and says she's worried about She-Chad. Chad assures her that Kerry isn't a threat, but after an overextended dog metaphor that gets batted back and forth until it's like a drool-covered tennis ball, Chad realizes that Anna wants She-Chad muzzled. "Concordia's my greatest gift to humanity," she says. "It would be a terrible tragedy for everyone if she would get in the way. I'm sure you agree, "she smiles. Chad leaves, apparently having understood his orders without Anna having to actually do something gauche like give them. As usual.
In one of the ship's cavernous corridors, Lisa lets herself into a storage room, unobserved by anyone but Joshua. Lucky for her, that moment is when all his memories start flooding back. He quickly follows her as Mr. Turtleneck and a couple of guards close in. He catches her popping the stolen blue balls (which the team already had time to return, I guess) back into a rack, and they stare at each other through a few more flashbacks of himself plotting with Lisa and Ryan, and also shooting Vs. So it's all come back to him, then. Lisa just stands there looking busted, until Joshua hustles her out through the storage room's highly convenient back door. By the time Mr. Turtleneck and his goons arrive, the room is empty. So how would the theft be traced back to Lisa if apparently just anyone can walk in there? In the other corridor, Lisa asks Joshua why he didn't let her get caught, as though he was any help at all in preventing that. Joshua says he remembered. "Who I am. That I'm Fifth Column. Like you." You know, Joshua was the most interesting subplot on the show for me. Was he faking amnesia? If not, would his memories come back? And if they did, would they come back without his old loyalties? Well, there's all those questions answered, in less than a minute, in the least interesting way possible. Congrats, V. My favorite Fifth Columnist just went back to being Robert Englund as Willie.