Rebecca and Doc are closing in. As Rebecca drives, she gets a call from Hauser, all ticked that they've gone to Daly City. Since he knows exactly where they are, they figure he must be tracking them. Also, the green-screen driving looks kind of terrible. Doc wonders what Rebecca will do if she finds her grandfather there and she reminds him he killed her partner.
Ray and Guy wait for Tommy. Ray's been handcuffed to the radiator. He remembers his first day on the job and how Guy was the only thing that kept him from running back home. "What happened to you, Guy? Where have you been?" he asks. "I haven't been anywhere," Guy says. He sadly recalls taking his daughter to the dock that morning. Later that night, he was in the north tower when a thick fog came in. "The next morning, I was in the infirmary. They told us there'd been an accident. Our families were dead." The guards were sick, or so they were told. They weren't allowed to leave. "And then it wasn't 1963 anymore," he says.
Rebecca comes through the door, but Guy gets the jump on her. He grabs her and holds his gun to her head. Ray pleads with him to let her go. "You're a good man, a family man," Rebecca reminds Guy. "My family's dead," he says. When she tells him his daughter is still alive, he doesn't believe her. "She told me she used to climb on you like you were furniture," she says. "They lied to you about everything." Just then, Hauser shows up. Does he have access to a wormhole or something? He was still on the island when he called Rebecca and yet he shows up just minutes after she arrives? Hauser threatens to shoot Guy in the head, so Rebecca elbows Guy in the crotch (she's very petite and he's very tall) and grabs a gun out of her boot. She shoots him in the leg.
Flashback. Ray visits Tommy in the infirmary even though their relationship is supposed to be a big secret. There's a guard standing within earshot and yet Ray goes on about how they're blood and he won't leave Tommy there alone. "You and me are in this together," he says. He turns to go, but Tommy grabs his wrist. They clasp hands for a moment and then Ray leaves. Guy watches from the shadows.
Present day. Hauser drives Guy to Annie's house. They park across the street. What impeccable timing they have, because Annie's children and grandchildren have just arrived to act out a scene of familial bliss. They hug and laugh, unaware that they're being watched by their ancestor. "You're a casualty in all this," Hauser says to Guy. "You didn't deserve what happened to you." Guy tears up. "I'm never gonna see them again, am I?" he asks. He knows the answer. Hauser saying "no" is just a formality.