Meanwhile, Ray and Guy have dropped by to visit Tommy's son... at the cemetery, because he's dead. "Everyone connected with Tommy is dead," Ray says. "I'm the only one left." Ray tries to reason with Guy, remind him he's a good guy. "Why are you looking for Tommy?" he asks. "It's what they told me," Guy says. When Ray acts confused, Guy goes on, "You were there. You saw what they did to him. All that blood they took." Guy takes a closer look at Madsen Jr.'s grave marker. His epitaph denotes him as a husband and father. He thinks for a second and remembers the blond woman in Ray's pictures. He figures she must be Tommy's granddaughter. "She's damn near the spitting image of him," he says. She really isn't. When Guy demands to see her, Ray promises to take him to see Tommy instead.
Doc's Comics. The "pro" Doc was talking about turns out to be Chet, the stock boy. Somehow, he's managed to find the house using a laptop. It's in Daly City. They still don't have a street name, though, so Doc proposes they look up old census reports.
Sub-Hub. Hauser asks his crack team of nerds whether there was any seismic activity the day the guard returned. Instead of answering, one of the nerd asks, "Sir, do you think the keys, Tommy Madsen, the jump--that they're all related?" He sounds incredulous, but I can't fathom why. I mean, isn't this what they've been assembled for? "Humor me," Hauser says. One of the nerds says there was something "statistically insignificant along the North Hayward fault." Hauser thinks out loud: "The guard is looking for Madsen, which suggests that Madsen is unaccounted for." "Or lost," a nerd suggests. "Or lost," Hauser repeats, in case you missed the first time.
Doc's Comics. Rebecca and Doc go over an old census report. Rebecca reads an entry for the Madsen household aloud: "William, head of household. Laura, spouse. Tommy, son. Ray, son." She's a little surprised to read the last. "They were brothers!" Doc figures Ray must have changed his name to get a job at Alcatraz because they wouldn't have hired him if they'd known he was related to Tommy. "Ray's my uncle," Rebecca says. "My real uncle!" She's so much more shocked by this than by the mysterious appearance of eternally youthful Alcatraz inmates. Also, why wouldn't Ray have told her his true identity? It's understandable why he'd lie to Alcatraz officials, but why his own family?
Flashback. As the prisoners return to their cells, Ray and Guy make sure that Tommy is stuck outside his cell when the doors close. The other inmates start chanting in anticipation of a fight. Ray walks over to Tommy and bashes his head against the bars of his cell door. Tommy doesn't put up much resistance. He falls to the ground as Ray keeps on punching him. Eventually, Guy pulls him off and says he's made his point.