The Bolens are sitting in the waiting room, when a nurse tells them the doctors did everything they could, but Mona was hit by a plane. Nick and Angie start to look happy, but the nurse adds all they can do is hope she pulls through. Angie's like, "Pull through? The woman was hit by a plane!" The nurse says the doctors were surprised, too, but Mona's a fighter and now would be a good time to pray. Nick says they will, but when the nurse leaves he tells Angie he'll pray that blackmailing bitch dies. Angie wonders what it will take to kill someone if a plane hitting them won't do it. Nick's going home to pack up their stuff in case Mona wakes up and they have to take off. He tells her to stay and wait it out, but leave if "they take the propeller out of Mona's mouth."
When he leaves, Mary Alice tells us that Angie thinks about the doctors saving Mona, her recovery time, and her telling the police. Then she flashes into her "what if Mona lived" segment. Angie's in an orange jumpsuit being questioned by Agent Padilla. When she asks to see Nick, Padilla tells her that she'll never talk to him again, since the bureau sees him as a traitor. She asks about Danny, and Padilla says, "Tyler is with your mother." He tells Angie he wants Patrick Logan, since he knows he was really the one in charge anyway. Without Logan, it all falls on Angie. She says she hasn't spoken to him since that night, but Padilla's skeptical that she's been on the run 18 years and hasn't exchanged a phone call with her former lover. She tells him not to take this personally, but Padilla and the feds weren't who she was running from. Padilla knows Logan's scary, but says that the mess Angie's in now is worse. Angie: "Then you don't know how scary he is."
At Angie's trial, a judge (who calls Angie "Ms. De Luca") says federal sentencing doesn't allow leniency in this case, but lets her address the court anyway. She stands and says that no one was supposed to get hurt, but "we just believed in something, and wanted to make other people believe in it, too." She turns to a family in the front row, and says, "But someone did get hurt. A man died. I read every newspaper article about your husband, about Sean -- that he coached Little League, that the whole neighborhood came to his funeral." She looks at Danny as she says she never lived anywhere like that or felt like part of a community until they moved to Fairview. Um, Angie, Fairview isn't really the type of place that most people would think of as a warm, comforting community. There's way too much backstabbing and murder. She goes on that she feels horrible for bringing so much pain to the victim's community. The judge sentences her to life in prison and the marshals take her away as Danny screams, "Mom!" Back in the hospital, the nurse comes out to tell her Mona died. She tells Angie not to be angry at God for not answering her prayers, but Angie says she and God are good. Heh.