In Roman's office, Adaleen is singing "The Caisson Song" for Roman, and she actually sounds pretty good. That might have something to do with the fact that she's harmonizing with a Creeker who's being played by -- get this -- Emmylou Harris. This show is so weird sometimes. Suddenly a guy rushes in, saying the state cops are at the compound. Adaleen sends Emmylou to "get the plane on the runway!" As everyone dashes around the office in a panic, Alby comes in and asks, "Is this the end of days, Papa?" Dude, it's a police raid. Chill. Roman looks at Alby like he's already figured it out. Which he probably has.
Lois is on her front porch, happily snuggling with her favorite chicken, when Bill calls. "Did you or did you not call the state police?" he demands. Lois has no idea what he's talking about, and pretty much all the call accomplishes is to upset both of them.
Back at Joey and Wanda's, Wanda is in the kind of situation where she really shines, i.e., lying to police officers. Margene stands next to Wanda, smiling supportively, as Wanda cradles her baby and goes on about the "vendetta" against her. She even brings up Frank's poisoning, and points the officers up to Lois's house. Margene's beatific smile melts away as she wanders off to answer her ringing cell phone. We just hear her quietly say to Bill, "Oh, no, that might be a problem because I believe the cops are headed to her house right now. …Okay, on it." Go, Margene! This is as good a time as any to point out that even in Nicki's borrowed clothes, Margene doesn't really blend in here. For one thing, the prairie skirt fits her like a toga, and for another, she hasn't buttoned the dark shirt over her light tank top, which just draws more attention to her girls. Plus her pregnancy isn't visible yet.
Back at the Henricksons' homes plus, Ben appears to have gotten a ride home from Brynn, which is lucky in light of the fact that Bill is busy dashing all over town and trying to deal with the conflicting demands of being a polygamist, a public figure, and an accessory to attempted murder. Ben leads Brynn through the back yard, which is looking more like a day care center than ever with all of the younger kids dashing around (except for Teeny, who's just being weird). Ben takes Brynn in through the open back door of Barb's house, where his mom his hanging a giant "Happy Anniversary" banner. Nobody has spray painted anything rude on it yet. Barb's thrown off guard by the unexpected visit, but she wants to be the good hostess. Brynn wishes her a happy anniversary and asks her how many years. Barb's normally lying skills temporarily abandon her as she answers, "Six. Sixteen! Nineteen! It's nineteen." Ben breaks the news that Brynn's in the loop, which, given the day Barb's having, seems to come as a relief. She makes a little weird small talk with Brynn, then finally asks, "Do you cook?" Brynn says she does, assuring that she's about to be drafted. Barb smiles at her like she's already picking out a first-mother-of-the-groom dress in her head.