Gaby wakes up Nick from his coma by throwing water on his face, and then pretends she didn't. She shows him the note from Angie, and says there was a guy with Angie, pretending to be her brother. Nick says she doesn't have a brother, so Gaby asks if maybe it's Patrick Logan. She says that Angie told her everything. So Nick starts unhooking himself from everything. Gaby wonders if he can't just call the cops, but he says the second Patrick feels cornered, Angie and Danny are dead. He tells Gaby she'll have to drive him, because he still sort of has coma-head. Back at Angie's, Patrick admires her bomb and wonders if it's done. She tells him it is, and explains how it works (30 seconds after he pushes the detonator, it blows up), then asks him to let them go now. But he says she's coming to Oregon with him in case the bomb's a dud. After all, he has some trust issues as far as Angie's concerned. She asks him to let Danny go, but he says no, because if the bomb doesn't go off, he'll kill her and then come back here and kill Danny. He asks if she's sure she's done, and she guesses she'll take another look. So, he's going to leave Danny tied up the entire time they drive from wherever on the East Coast they live to Oregon and back? Won't he die from lack of food and water?
Susan's having a yard sale, and the whole neighborhood's turned out. Roy and Mrs. McCluskey offer herm $100 for a toy that she's charging fifty cents for. She won't accept the $100, because they're looking for a hand, not a handout. Mike comes out and says Lee might have already found a renter, which Susan says she's happy about, but she's actually uncomfortable with the thought of a stranger living in her house. Then there's a whole exchange where Mrs. Kinsky offers too little for a dining room set, and Susan won't take it. She goes so far as to kick Mrs. Kinsky offer her property and then, when Kinsky's safely on the sidewalk, Susan threatens to ram a ThighMaster down her throat. Kinsky pays the whole $300. Mike's either scared or impressed at Susan.