Finch, Shaw and Arthur Claypool are able to escape from the clutches of Control, after which Arthur demonstrates that he has more lucid moments than he initially lets on. He informs Finch and Shaw more about Samaritan, and what from that project still exists, which is what Control was after. As the threesome try to protect Samaritan, they are tracked both by Control's team, led by Hersh, and Vigilance, led by Collier. Control has other issues on her mind, namely dealing with Root, who tries fruitlessly to explain to Control her relationship with the Machine, which Control believes rightly belongs to her. Meanwhile, Reese and Fusco are still in Colorado. In their current situation, they are able to have an uninterrupted philosophical discussion/argument about the nature of their work with Finch and with the Machine.
Did You Know?
In the flashback to 1980, Harold gives his father the book "Eastern Birds" by Roger Tory Anderson. See more
The 'disk drive' shown are not hard drives. They are tape cartridges commonly used on Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) VAX computers in the 1980's for backups. See more
Tell me, where is the machine? How do you access it? All you need to do is give me your username and password. All of this could stop.
Did I say something funny?
You're asking all the wrong questions. I *am* the interface. If you want to talk to her... just give me a phone.