Police HQ. Darcy comes back from wherever she was and sees this Sam talking with Jimmy in his office. Jimmy looks up at Darcy, and an "oops!" look crosses his face. Jimmy and Sam leave Jimmy's office. After learning that Jimmy was talking to Sam about his art and about a possible application to art school (pending his rendition of Tippy the Turtle), Darcy sends Sam off to the lobby. Darcy demands to know what Jimmy thinks he's doing. Jimmy insists that something is going on with Sam, and it's not just about the bombs. Darcy is annoyed with Jimmy's interference; she has enough problems as it is without Jimmy creating more. "Right," Jimmy says, sort of scared by his own boldness, but still not convinced that Darcy gets how serious the situation is.
Richmond farm. (For now.) Stanley and Mimi hang out on the porch, and I do believe that not only is Mimi sitting in a rocking chair, but she is also shelling peas. Or stringing beans. Bonnie walks up. My mistake, Mimi's not shelling or stringing anything; she's breaking down twigs for kindling. Is it really warm enough to be doing that on the windy porch? I guess I'm still in denial that the "coldest winter in decades" is already ending with a whimper. Signing, Bonnie thanks Stanley for letting Sean stay and for not calling him an idiot even when he is one. Mimi narrowly watches all of this, and it's not clear that she can understand everything that is being signed. But when Stanley exhibits signs of getting all het up and signs, "Okay, if you know that...," Mimi clears her throat loudly. Stanley stares at her. "Sorry, just a little frog in my throat -- don't let me interrupt your nice sibling bonding moment," Mimi says meaningfully, adding, "That's what it is, right?"