Alec arrives at The Dreaming. Joshua hides the painting he was doing of Annie. Alec says that he needs to hang out there because his "dead twin brother was a psycho killer." Alec asks where the TV is; Joshua says he doesn't have a TV, and hands Alec a book. Alec laughs and asks if they are living in the Dark Ages. Joshua doesn't get it. Alec says he knows where he can score one. Joshua tries to hide his painting from Alec, who is making a phone call. Alec spots the painting, and Joshua reluctantly lets him see it, telling him that it's Annie. Alec asks who Annie is, and Joshua says it's the girl who lives down the street. Alec looks uncomfortable and starts to say something, but Joshua tells Alec that Annie is blind, so it's okay. Alec sighs and says that they need to have a talk. Joshua doesn't want to, and says he's tired of keeping a low profile.
Some random woman gets her two seconds of fame as she walks in front of the camera. Seriously, the camera focused on her for so long that I was sure she was going to play an important role in this scene. And then we never saw her again. White pulls up in a car and tells Mule that if he can get over a nearby fence, he will be free. White says that if the soldiers see Mule, they will try to kill him. White explains what the soldiers look like and wishes Mule good luck. Mule thanks White. Oh, poor Mule. He totally fell for White's set-up.
Mule gets out of the car, wearing a hood. He walks towards the fence as White watches. He reaches the fence and pulls it open. A siren goes off. White watches. A computerized voice says that Mule has violated checkpoint security. A bunch of sector guards pull up and tell Mule to freeze, and then they start beating the crap out of him. Mule throws the guards several feet away, and the one remaining guard shoots Mule in the chest. It takes multiple shots before Mule finally falls to the ground and dies. White watches the whole thing in his rearview mirror.
Alec watches a music video and eats snacks at Joshua's house. I should probably know the name of the song, but I don't. Sorry. Alec grooves along to it. Joshua complains about the volume. Alec tells him to come over and watch. Suddenly, the video is interrupted by a news bulletin. The reporter says that a hoverdrone recorded some shocking footage. They show Mule tossing the sector guards over and over again. Alec says that this is "so very, very bad." The reporter says that Mule was described as a mutant and is assumed to have escaped from a covert government project called Manticore. OC, Max, Normal, and Sketchy watch the news report at Jam Pony HQ. Sketchy realizes that he saw Mule in the sewers. The reporter says that it took many shots to bring Mule down. Logan watches the news report and just says, "Max." He picks up his phone and starts dialing.