All the kids are outside getting ready to leave. Even the pain in the ass is sending his daughter, promising her that they're going to come back for her soon. Lourdes is leaving, and so is Jimmy, who appreciates Weaver giving him another chance. Weaver, whose emotional barricades can't just be blown up like a barricade of abandoned cars at a Mech's laser pointer, shakes Jimmy's hand and says, "Stay frosty, soldier." Jimmy nods and looks confused, like either this is a dignified way of maintaining their professional relationship, or that he picked the wrong person from which to try to wring emotional solace.
Clayton goes over directions on the map with Tom, and then prepares to leave. Hal joins his brothers, which makes Ben very happy. Matt whines that he doesn't want to go, and Tom tells him that it's only for a few days max. He tells Matt that it's going to get better, because he doesn't know that's only for the gay kids. And then, like a Pied Piper in camouflage, Weaver leads a parade of kids away from the 2nd Mass. There are maybe a dozen kids total, along with a couple of fighters. Tom and Anne look on, and then! They hold hands! Oh my God, their fingernails are so dirty. But still! They make a good looking couple, even if I'm certain that she's like 20 years younger than he is. Also, after that scene on the shooting range I'm really rooting for Anne and Maggie to have a go at it. But I don't know if a show that focused the precious last five minutes of an episode on praying and being thankful is really going to give us some hot post-apocalyptic lady action.
Clayton leads the kids along the tree line, and then directs them to go through a path in the woods. Hal, who is pretty sharp in addition to having such a masculine jaw, notes to Clayton that, according to the map, they should be turning north at that point. Clayton says that no, they're going to turn here instead. He rationalizes it in a way that doesn't make all that much sense, except that they get to stay in the woods. It's a shortcut! And safer! OR IS IT? Judging by the way Clayton is suspiciously looking around, it's clear that something wicked is afoot. OR IS IT? No, dude it is. It TOTALLY is. The kids make it to the Hidden Frontier Ranch, which is indeed a pretty idyllic looking farmhouse. Hal and Ben get big smiles, because the place looks so awesome. There are some existing people there, who don't say much to their new guests. Despite the fact that it's still not actually dark, Clayton says that they should get everybody to bed and then they'll do a tour in the morning. Nobody disagrees with him.