Zoë stands again, looking up at Tamara, who is just full of her Tauron rage at this point. A smirking handmaiden skips out into the arena, handing her the news column that first broke Tammy's continuity in half: The day she first learned about her mother's death, and her own. "Okay, that," Zoë says sheepishly, because this is going to take a lot of explaining and she can already see the way Tammy's lining up the facts against her. She thought she would come to her as a sister; she tried to be compassionate when nobody else would, and let Tamara out of that black cage, but now she's on trial for another girl's misdeeds.
And the most ironic part is, Zoë didn't bomb the maglev either. But maybe nobody -- not Our Zoë, not Tammy, not poor Amanda, not the people of the Twelve Worlds -- will ever know that. Philo was attracted and repulsed by the image, but the reality of that sin linked up to her physical body, in his own continuity, and it's that fear that killed him.
Lacy gets to the window this time, scraping hash marks on the slats boarding up the windows -- providing herself continuity, somewhere to stand -- before finally getting one board off. She smashes the window and screams out into the street, but nobody can hear her. After ten seconds, Olaf is there, and knocks her out. She drinks because she's thirsty; it takes her away again, down the rabbit hole, and when she wakes up they've scratched out even those marks. The despair of being trapped is nothing compared to the despair of losing control even over the number of days of your torture.
Amanda can't find anything weird in the cabin; he immediately responds with an order to infiltrate the Willow house. Amanda's fully into that idea, for the same reason essentially that Lacy scratches out her days: It gives her somewhere to stand. Wrapped up, later in the day, in a blue scarf like the Virgin Mother, Amanda and Clarice finally move out of the cabin. Amanda asks to come home with her, and Clarice just blows her off. "Don't be silly. Anyway, I don't think my family would like it." The last thing Amanda sees before she gets in the cab is Clarice's holoband, peeking out of her bag. The last clue, the one that showed her Clarice was just another double agent.