Present. Stillman walks over to an old Streamline trailer and knocks on the door before entering. "You get me the crew I asked for?" he asks the man inside. "Ready and waiting," comes the answer. It's Tommy Madsen. He peels an apple. This is important later. Strangely, even though the other inmates have been blending into their surroundings, Tommy still has his 1960 flattop and clothes.
Alcatraz storage room. Rebecca sorts through Stillman's old belongings, to no avail. Lucy walks in and offers to answer any questions she has. "Where'd you get that frosty lipgloss?" Sorry, that's just my question. It's very pretty. They talk about Tommy. He was charming at times, cunning and ruthless. Lucy says he was patient. "He could peel apples in a single strip." So can I, and I am the opposite of patient. Lucy doesn't know why Tommy killed Rebecca's partner. She knows they took a lot of blood from Tommy, but not why. She tried to look into it, but backed off when "Emerson" asked her to. This makes Rebecca realize Lucy and Hauser knew each other back then. Off Lucy's sad expression, she also realizes the two were a couple. She tells Rebecca sweet things about young Hauser that kind of blow Rebecca's mind. "Sounds like we're not even talking about the same guy!" she says. "I know," Lucy answers sadly. Rebecca wonders what made him change. Uh, how about mysteriously losing his girlfriend? "For the past 50 years, he's been trying to find me," Lucy says, "and now I'm trying to find him." Aw. See, this kind of talking isn't so bad. It's info dump, but with heart.
Doc calls them back up to the hub. He's found out that Broadway Mutual, one of Bynum Security's biggest clients, was founded by Harlan Simmons. Nobody's seen him since the '70s -- not because he's missing, but because he's a recluse. Doc thinks Stillman aims to steal a bunch of money from Harlan.