Mortar site. Dad, lost in thought, stupidly lets down his guard and looks away from the driver. The driver makes a run for it, screaming, "There here! They're in the camp!" And the fight begins. It's just Hawkins, Jake, Dad, and a few red shirts fighting from the shelter of the truck. A red shirt goes down, and Hawkins bellows, "Where the hell is Jonah?!" Dad yells back that Jonah probably doesn't want to get hit in their crossfire and orders them to cease firing. The New Bernies advance on the truck, but Jake sees Jonah's men closing in from behind. There's another barrage of shooting, which eventually peters out to a few stray shots. Then it's quiet. Jake, Hawkins, and Dad come out from behind the truck and look at the bodies littering the area. Jonah's men swarm over them and strip them of weapons and valuables. Jonah suddenly looks down and sees a bloody hand clutching at a leg wound. It's the driver. He looks up at Jonah in horror. Jonah looks him over with only the slightest whisper of pity crossing his face before he swings his gun around. "NO!" Dad bellows. Too late. Jonah shoots the second place bass fisher. The Jerichoians, even Hawkins, look repulsed by this merciless display. Jonah stares back at them, looking sort of scared of himself, and whirls around to see his daughter behind him. She just shakes her head in open-mouthed disgust, like he's just confirmed all her suspicions. Again. Jonah hardens his face and turns away.
Jonah has decided during the commercials that he's changing their deal. He and his men are taking everything. "And what do we get?" Jake demands. "You get to have bombs not falling on your heads," Jonah explains. Sounds fair. Jake, becoming unglued for the second time this episode, is dragged back by Dad and Hawkins, yelling, "We NEED those guns!" Yes, you definitely do. Especially since you seem to keep losing yours. Emily tries to reason with her father, who reminds her that he's a thief, not a soldier. He also tells her to stay away from him: "You're a school teacher, kid." Well, not so much. Jonah pushes her away and leaves with his men and their booty. Jake walks up to Hawkins, demanding, "We just gonna let them go? We need those guns!" "Guns?" Hawkins muses, "Guns are easy."
We cut immediately and awesomely to the interior of Hawkins' storage space. Awww, YEAH! Guns ARE easy! Hawkins leads the way in, and Jake shines his flashlight on guns of every shape and size. Many, many guns. Bizarrely, there's also a pet carrier on top of a filing cabinet. Do you think Hawkins keeps a rash of plague-ridden hamsters in there? You know, just in case a spate of locusts or painful boils would come in handy? "You had this the whole time and you didn't say anything?" Jake accuses. Well, how would that have looked, Jake? Hawkins admits that he never thought he was going to call Jericho his home. Jake stares at him, slowly comprehending the magnitude of Hawkins's statement and what he means to this town. Hawkins shucks the look off, saying, "Let's get 'em loaded up." Jake smiles.