Returning to the present day, Porter has just finished packing up his violin when Rebecca and Hauser burst into the concert hall. Porter hides. "I want him alive and unharmed," Hauser says. They chase him up into the catwalks above the stage. When he finds himself cornered, he moves to leap to his death. Hauser grabs him by his pants and pulls him back up.
Woodsy prison. Hauser leads Porter into Lucy's room. "She's here, too," Porter says in wonder. "Ernest Cobb shot her," Hauser says. Porter stands over her bed, looking like he's going to cry. "Is she going to live?" he asks. "With your help," Hauser says. Beauregard walks into the room, prompting a bug-eyed stare from Porter. He does as he's told when Beauregard tells him to roll up his sleeve.
Hub. Doc is digitizing the old film reels when Rebecca walks in. They're both stunned to see Lucy with the prisoners and realize she's one of the '63s, too. "Lucy was there when it was all happening," Rebecca says. "She could be the key to everything."
Back to the woodsy prison. Porter plays in his new cell while Dr. Beauregard and Hauser wait by Lucy's bedside. Porter's freshly donated blood drips into her veins. Hauser discreetly holds his rosary. As Porter plays his last note, Lucy's eyes open just in time to see the end credits. Dramatic!
Tippi Blevins disappeared from prison 50 years ago and then mysteriously reappeared to write about this show. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find her on Twitter.