Jimmy calls down to Jake. Hawkins growls at Jake to call him off. "You're not helping your cause any by keeping that gun in my face," Jake argues. "Do not make me kill him, Jake," Hawkins says. We hear Jimmy stomp downstairs. Jake quickly agrees. Hawkins hauls Jake to his feet and shoves him to the doorway with the gun still pointed at his head. Jake moves through the doorway, and Hawkins stands behind him with the gun hidden behind the wall. Jimmy asks what's going on. Jake says they just need more time. "You sure?" Jimmy asks, looking from one to the other. "Yeah, yeah, we're all right," Jake assures him. Hawkins nods a casual "hey" at Jimmy, which Jimmy ignores before going back out front. Hawkins motions Jake back into the room and tells him to turn around. He pulls a gun from Jake's waistband and tells Jake to turn back around. Hawkins holds the removed gun up in the air in a mollifying gesture and places it on the desk. He unloads the other gun and puts it on the desk, saying, "It is not about this any more -- we're past this. Starting now, we trust each other." If that's the case, Jake wants to be told everything. "Done telling," Hawkins shakes his head, "Now, I gotta show you."
Allison leaves City Hall and meets Darcy, who was waiting for her. "It's your first day at a new school," Darcy says. "You know, the last time you had one of those, Sam was in diapers." They walk together. Allison says that most kids left school early. "Guess you knew better," Darcy says proudly. Allison says that she figured that Darcy wouldn't want her around the house. Darcy stops walking and makes Allison look at her. "Why would you say that?" she asks. "You know, because of what I did," Allison says. Darcy hugs Allison and says that she loves her and nothing will change that. "You hear me, baby? Nothing will change that," Darcy repeats. Allison hugs her mom and cries, "Please don't be mad at me, Mom, I'm so, so sorry."
Jake's about to see something nasty in the woodshed. Hawkins grabbles up planks, and Jake says he still doesn't understand something. If Hawkins made it so deep into the cell with the grand plan of stopping all the bombs, what happened? Hawkins says that someone tipped off the terrorists, and before they could find out who it was (SARAH!), the terrorists moved up their plan. Flashback to Jake calling Victor and telling him they made a very big mistake. And we again get the scene from "The Day Before" that has Hawkins opening his envelope and learning that Columbus, Ohio is his bomb's destination. Back in his car and on the phone with, presumably, still Victor, Hawkins tells him the details about the trucks. They're white, and he lists all the license plates. Hawkins tells Jake that he tried to warn the agency, but it was too late. Hawkins continues to dig and explains that they managed to head off some of the bombs that were meant for New York. "Even after four years of work, I couldn't stop all of them," Hawkins tells Jake, "and I'm going to have to live with that for the rest of my life." Hawkins's mind wanders back to his date with Darcy. This time, when he sees the mysterious suit, the mysterious suit doesn't disappear, and Hawkins walks over to him. Someone should tell these guys that unless you're guarding the president, it's really suspicious to put your hand up to your ear.