And we wonder, what became of poor Evelyn and her daughter Amy? They are holed up in this motel room. Amy is a little sickened by her momâ€™s blood and starts to cry in the bathroom. Bad move kid. Evelyn is drawn to her daughterâ€™s distress and limps her way to the bathroom â€“ or almost â€“ as she collapses on the floor. Amy thinks sheâ€™s being a good-do-bee and calls 911. Kid, when will you learn? Robocopâ€™s henchmen intercept her 911 call, and of course, they give the info to him, and he heads right over to the motel. Just as the EMTs are tending to Evelyn, theyâ€™re shot dead and Robocop enters the room. Scene ends while Amy screams in horror.
Back at Citizenâ€™s Bank, Mr. Good Citizen, Bank Manager Carl, asks a lot of questions. Wayne and Jack finally come clean. Carl does a 180 â€“ and all is okay with the way he and his wife have been treated. He helps Jack and Wayne get the vault open â€“ they find the precious recording that clearly implicates President Logan in all the nastiness. Carl seems to take it all in stride, keeping company with a former (and newly assassinated) Presidentâ€™s brother, hearing that his own president is a real honest-to-goodness bad guy - must be Stockholm syndrome. Theyâ€™re about to split when they realize that Robocopâ€™s little robots are waiting for them outside the bank. Damn! They get the bright idea to trip the silent alarm. That way the local cops will show up, engage Robo-hostiles in fire and provide a nifty distraction for Jack and Company so they can run away.
At CTU theyâ€™ve got some awesome James Bond music going on to accompany the whole â€˜searching for Audrey on satelliteâ€™ thing. Chloe realizes whatâ€™s going on, and makes her way to the servers to disrupt the feed. Miles gets suspicious quickly though, and sprints to the backroom in time to catch Chloe in the act. But our girl Chloe is quick, and by the time Miles is there â€“ sheâ€™s gone. He wanders down the halls, and finds her coming out of the Womenâ€™s rest room.