Back from the ads, Kyle figures that with 538 Concordia sites and only 29 motherships currently in place around the world, more are on the way. But Erica's not about to let them land. Kyle wonders how she plans to stop them, since not even he thinks they can blow up 538 sites, but Erica thinks she knows how to stop them from being built in the first place: stage an accident to make people as scared of blue energy as Three Mile Island made them of nuclear. Right, Erica, take the battle to Anna's home turf: PR. Why not get a pixie haircut and wear heels all the time while you're at it? Kyle likes the idea, even if it's a little "subtle" for him (not an accusation that can be leveled against most of what goes on on this show), and Sid says he might be able to figure something out if he can just get his science-kid hands on some more blue energy to study. Erica figures Lisa can handle that, while they "need to get into that reactor and destroy it before Anna drops five hundred more ships on our heads."
No. 2 and Joshua enter Anna's office. She welcomes No. 2 back, and he formally congratulates her on Concordia. You know, instead of telling her that he talked to her mom, so he's either keeping that to himself or it's just sloppy writing. Not that the two are mutually exclusive. She says they still have one problem they haven't been able to solve: "Controlling human emotion. Tyler has reached back out to his mother." Joshua says Tyler's new pro-Erica mood has to do with the pooled human DNA in him, as if an explanation that makes no sense is better than no explanation at all. "All of your plans rest on eliminating human emotion," No. 2 reminds Anna emotionlessly. Those are pretty sucky plans, then. "Unless we do so, a new generation of Visitors will be born with them." And Joshua doesn't think he can solve the problem in time. Anna figures the key is Amy, whose human side doesn't reject her bliss. She orders tests on her to figure out why. Joshua points out that this could hurt the kid. When Anna hesitates -- exactly the kind of emotional response No. 2 is watching for as a result of the doubts Diana planted in his head -- he reminds her, "We must find away at any cost." Anna gives the order to begin testing immediately. Joshua doesn't even waste time responding.
Down at ground level, Erica and Kyle are waiting for Lisa in a car parked on a busy street in the city. This gives them a chance to talk about what happened the previous night, which I wish they didn't because ew. They agree that it was fun, but Erica tells him, "I needed a break... I can't lose focus on the bigger picture. This war." In other words, it's not you, it's V. Just then, Lisa climbs into the back of the car and hands over a little metal carrying case with its pair of blue balls tucked neatly inside. She was able to steal it from the ship, but she'll have to bring it back, since it'll be traceable back to her if someone notices it's gone. She asks what they need it for, and Kyle comes right out and tells her they're going to sabotage the blue energy reactor. This group doesn't really work on a need-to-know basis, does it? Erica adds that they think the reactor is part of Anna's invasion plan and they need to stop it. "That's why you need to find out anything you can about it," Kyle reminds Lisa, like she's just been slacking aside from the blue energy theft. She gets out and they drive off, but they're being watched from an upper floor by a sinister figure. Fortunately it was just Ryan.