Andrea watches the front door open. "We're looking for Holden McKay," we hear Fearless say. "Uh...he's not here," a man says. "Mind if we come in and look around?" Fearless asks. "Sure," the man says. The men walk in and immediately there are gunshots fired, the windows blasting white from the bullets. Andrea ducks behind a police car, and there's absolutely nobody outside with her. The gunshots keep coming as we fade to black.
Fearless. The front door opens as "cool" music plays. Fearless is there, in the grainy film, holding his badge out, asking for Holden McKay. This time, the man says, "He's not here," dropping the "uh" from earlier. And when Fearless asks if they can come in and look around the man says, "Uh, okay," instead of "Sure." Fearless, Gedrick, Ray, the guy in the tan coat that Fearless recruited, and others walk in as the guy who lives there shoots a shifty look into the room. Super slow motion as the music gets even louder. Fearless asks "Chief" to turn on some lights in the house. Now, they already know there are two men in the house, so why haven't they asked where the other guy is? As Chief goes to turn on the lights, we go into super slow motion again as Fearless looks over to see the other dude jump from a corner holding a sawed-off shotgun. Chief shouts, "No, Ryan! Don't!" while everyone else is slow on the uptake. Ryan shoots the tan-coated cop, since he's the only cop we don't know. Tan cop goes down. Everyone else shoots Ryan. Ray shoots Chief. There are more shots, and Chief and Ryan go down a second time as a fake Rage Against the Machine plays in the background. Someone shoots Ryan again and he falls down again as he shoots into the air. Fearless shouts for a code four and a cease-fire and a code four again. Out of curiosity, I run a word count on the word "again" in this recap: 35. That's a lot of times this show repeats itself. Fearless points at the fallen cop as someone turns on the lights. Fallen cop says he's fine as Gedrick grabs the shotgun. Fearless grabs the revolver next to Chief. He leans in and asks, "Where is he, son?" These kids were shot many times and they're both still alive? "Where's Holden?" Fearless asks.
Holden. The title card answers Fearless's question. Black and white. Ambulance. McNotahey (a.k.a. Holden) has his hand on his brother's dead wrist. "Is he dead?" he asks. "No," Teresa says. "IS HE DEAD?" McNotahey screams as he cocks his revolver and holds it near her face. The cell phone beeps, the battery starting to die. McNotahey looks around, wondering what that was. Now, wasn't Teresa going to put the brother on some kind of beeping machine? Why didn't that happen? Then she could say that both the cell phone and the earpiece were part of the machine's workings, helping to keep his brother alive, even though he was in some kind of coma. Why am I smarter than everyone on this show? McNotahey slaps Teresa in the face and finds the earpiece. He pulls the phone out of the back of her pocket. "A phone," he says quickly before shrieking, "You've been talking on the phone!?" Teresa hides her face in the stretcher as McNotahey sweats and pouts. He asks the cops on the phone if they're listening. "Well, listen to this," he says. He aims the gun at Teresa. She holds her hand in front of her face, her hair hiding her eyes. McNotahey turns around and shoots out the back of the ambulance, tossing the phone after it. He turns around and pants, staring Teresa down. He sits. They both pant for a while. McNotahey cocks the gun again and aims it at Teresa. "You let him die on purpose," he accuses. Teresa promises that she didn't. "Then why's he dead?" McNotahey shouts. Teresa whimpers, saying that he died because he got shot in the heart. McNotahey says she didn't try too hard. He repeats "Did you?" a couple of times. Teresa's upset, but outraged: "The whole reason I do this is... is to keep people alive." McNotahey stares her down. "You got some kind of tape in here?" he asks. "Something I can use on your wrists?" Teresa starts to cry and says it's in that drawer "over there." McNotahey stands up and turns around. Teresa tries to stab him with the now-giant syringe of epinephrine. McNotahey's too fast for her, though, and grabs her wrist back while putting the gun to her face. She drops the syringe. He punches her in the face. She flips back, overacting-ly. McNotahey chews on some imaginary chaw as he demands she finds him some tape. Teresa's hair has remained perfect, by the way.