Richmond Farm. Mimi irritably folds bunting and asks for a little help. Oddly, Stanley and Bonnie hang back, not trying to help at all. Finally, Mimi whirls around to ask them what's going on. Stanley freezes, holding some files. Bonnie signs at Stanley to tell Mimi. "Tell me what?" Mimi asks. Stanley tries to say that there's nothing to tell, but because she has more stones than her brother, Bonnie steps in. She says that because Mimi had no one to invite to the wedding, they asked J&R to track down Mimi's family. Stunned, Mimi swallows hard and asks, "What did you find?" Bonnie just looks down. Stanley shakes his head and says, "Nothing. I mean, we found your father's second cousin on a census in Indiana, but the area had already been evacuated. And there was a woman with the same last name in a nearby refugee camp, but she wasn't related." Mimi looks away quickly. She nods and wipes her eyes: "Thank you." Stanley feels awful: "I'm sorry. I really wanted you to have your family at the wedding." Mimi steps close to him and says, "I will." Stanley looks at her. Mimi takes his face in her hands and explains, "You're my family." Stanley gets it. Mimi reaches over to Bonnie: "You and Bonnie. From here on in." They all hug. Aw.
Somewhere on a Kansas hill, Hawkins meets Chavez. "Thank Jake for me," Chavez says, tossing Hawkins some keys. "You were right about him. He's got good hands." Okay, that's it -- I've restrained myself until now, but HOYAY! Chavez says he just wishes Jake would learn to pull his punches a little better. "Yeah, me too," Hawkins snorts, and tells him that Darcy "scrubbed" Beck's office, so there will be no pictures of Chavez to be used as tracers. Chavez says that Hawkins has a good woman. "Yeah, so she keeps telling me," Hawkins says. He asks whether Chavez has everything he needs. Chavez hands a cell phone over to Hawkins, promising, "The phone's clean. When I get to Texas and meet up with my contacts, I'll call." They shake and part ways. Hawkins calls Chavez back to ask if he's ever heard of a project called "Boxcar." Chavez says he hasn't, and asks what it is. "It was a file on the flash drive," Hawkins tells him. "It was the only thing that the password wouldn't open." Chavez thinks a moment and admits, "That's strange -- that password should have opened everything on that disk." "Yeah," Hawkins italics, adding that he'll keep working on it. Chavez doesn't say anything as he turns to go, but he turns back to ask, "'Member when this job used to be easy." "Um...NO!" Hawkins says with the most perfect comic timing ever. Chavez and Hawkins walk off into two separate sunsets. Hawkins looks down at his "clean" cell phone and pulls at his injured shoulder.