Carnival. Samuel walks by the funhouse and to his trailer (people supporting him along the way with their looks and shoulder taps, so we know the shooting had its desired effect, bringing them back to his side), where we hear Claire banging on the door to get out, but Replicating Eli is standing guard. He tells Samuel they've really got to do something about her, and Samuel says they will, and then lets himself in to the trailer with Claire. She wants to see her father. Samuel says he's safe and unharmed, which is more than he deserves after shooting into a crowd of innocent people. Claire says he didn't shoot anyone. If he had, Samuel would be dead. True that. HRG isn't so much of a misser. Samuel asks Claire if she's really that naïve, since her father came here with a gun and wanted to use it. He asks if that isn't why she talked Samuel into surrendering in the first place: because she was afraid of what he might do. She says she wants to see him and tries to push by Samuel, but he pushes her back and says her devotion to her father is touching, but she's blinded by it. He thinks it's time she opened her eyes and saw him for who he really is. She says she knows him, and he can't say anything to change that. He agrees, so he's going to show her who HRG really is.
House of Mirrors. Claire runs in and hugs HRG, who's tied to a chair. She touches the rope for a second, but doesn't really even try to untie him, then turns to Samuel and tells him to do it. That's weird. But Samuel's not ready yet. First, he calls Damien in to reveal HRG's memories on the mirrors. Samuel says she deserves the truth, but HRG says to let her go, since he doesn't need her anymore. Samuel wonders if Bennet's afraid she'll see the real him. He nods in Damien's direction, and HRG begs him not to do this. Black and white images appear on the mirrors (because life didn't come in color when Bennet was younger, of course). They've tried to make Jack Coleman look younger here, but it's not super successful. Anyway, he's a car salesman, and is too nice to be very good at it, because he sends people to a cheaper car lot instead of making a sale. Then his boss sees him. Not sure why any of that matters, though, because soon enough a lady comes up behind HRG and puts her hands on his eyes: "Guess who!" He pretends he thinks she's someone named Candy, but then says, "Oh, I'm in trouble. It's my wife." They kiss and she asks how the world's most handsome salesman is. He says he stinks at this, because he has no killer instinct (riiiiiiiight), but somebody has to pay the rent. She thinks he belongs home writing plays. I guess when they go back and create new backstories for Bennet, they keep changing their minds. Although writing plays is sort of related to teaching high school English. She says they could live on love, and he thinks that would be nice. They kiss, but then he asks her if something's wrong. She says she has some unexpected news: She's pregnant. She stammers that they didn't plan this and she knows he likes to be the man with the plan. But he's so happy he picks her up and spins her around. Then we're back with Claire, who looks at her dad and says, "You had another wife and family?" He apologizes for never telling her, but she says it doesn't matter. She tells Samuel to let him go, but he asks if she's the least bit curious about what happened to HRG's first wife. Samuel says there are reasons he kept it a secret, and he'll leave them with Damien. HRG yells after him not to do this.