Back on the island, Lucy and Hauser have a chance to chat. She's pleased with how Rebecca's doing on the team, but Hauser thinks Rebecca makes everything too personal. "You mean she doesn't shoot first, ask questions later?" Lucy asks. Hee. Lucy can stay. Hauser thinks it's a flaw that the inmates could exploit. "You can't see it, can you?" Lucy asks. "You were just like her, once." Sadness. A sub-hub nerd named Warren comes in with a scan of all the areas beneath the lighthouse. Hauser doesn't think there's anything in there, but Lucy tells him about a bulkhead that used to be there.
Hospital. The accomplice tells Rebecca that Stillman made up fake contest with a vacation prize to get a Bynum employee out of his apartment for a few weeks. Then he broke in and stole his uniform. Nobody was any the wiser. Rebecca finds out that some guy was supplying Stillman with his guns, but the accomplice never met him. Rebecca and Doc walk out of the room. "This guy helping Stillman - you think he's another '63 or just a regular person?" Doc asks. "I don't know, but maybe it's the same guy that gave Jack Sylvane his gun, Ernest Cobb his rifle," she says. Doc adds, "Cal Sweeney the numbers on the safety [sic] deposit box with the key in it." He thinks for a second. "So if we catch Stillman, maybe we'll catch his handler," Doc says. "Maybe we'll get answers," Rebecca adds. Hey, show? If you're back for another season, please stop assuming your viewers are brain dead iguanas. It's one thing to have your characters connect the dots for the audience, but they don't need to do it with road flares and neon signs. It's dumb and annoying.
Stillman drives the armored car into a dilapidated warehouse and parks it next to its two missing siblings, then flashes back to 1960. He sits in on the parole board hearing. Aboard member bangs a gavel and says, "Please remember our decision will remain sealed and confidential until delivered to the governor." That's just in case you wondered later how this whole dumb caper was pulled off without anyone knowing about it. Harlan Simmons is called forward. (He's the youngster who took over the laundry scheme in the Cal Sweeney episode.) He pleads his case with eloquence and politeness, but Deputy Tiller steps forward to testify against him. The board members fill out triplicate forms in the negative and then toss the carbon sheets into the trash, all while Stillman watches. After everybody else leaves, Warden James sits down beside Stillman. "Mr. Simmons won't be eligible for parole again until 1965 and I'd prefer him off my island before that time." He wants Stillman to steal the board's paperwork and replace it with something more favorable to Harlan. He offers Stillman the laundry racket as payment. The parole board will be having lunch at the warden's residence later that day, giving Stillman three hours to come up with a plan.