We didn't see it happen, but Tabitha managed to hit Fargo, knock him into the trunk, and close it, which is where we find him now. He wakes up and finds that he isn't alone in there -- Larry is stuck there too. Fargo moans in pain, which is just fine with Larry, who says that Fargo deserves pain for getting him involved with his demonic car. A physical altercation within the small, cramped confines of the trunk ensues until Fargo asks for a time out to wonder who is driving the car if they're both in the trunk. "That would be me, Douglas," says Tabitha. Larry explains that Tabitha is a psychopath and she was the one stalking Fargo, not Larry. Fargo orders her to pull over, but she points out that since he is no longer her owner, she doesn't have to take orders from him. Larry says he is the owner, and orders her to pull over. "Shut up, Larry," Tabitha says, her tone the same as everyone else's when they deal with him. Fargo sweetly asks Tabitha where she's taking them. "Not easy having someone else's destiny in your hands, is it?" she says. "You don't have hands!" Fargo yells. He isn't helping himself here.
Night falls on GD. Carter, Allison, and Henry are ready to shut down the grid, but Henry warns Carter that it could have dire consequences for the people connected to it. He thinks Carter might want to be with his daughter just in case. Carter leaves.
In the trunk, Fargo lifts up a small panel to reveal a couple wires. "Is that the one-phay ire-way?" Larry asks, knowing that Tabitha doesn't know Pig Latin. He doesn't know it very well, either: "ig-pay atin-lay isn't one of her programmed anguages-lay." "Ut-shay up-ay, arry-Lay!" Fargo hisses. He wants to use the car's phone wire to call Allison and tell her what he found out at the site, while Larry would rather call someone to help them. It doesn't look like either of them will get what he wants, as Tabitha HALs "Douglas, what are you doing?"