Green house. Dad's sleeping in bed as Mom runs into April on the stairs. April says that Dad's doing better, and Mom offers her some mashed black-eyed peas to celebrate. April turns down the gross breakfast, and then asks where Eric is so that she can tell him he's going to be a father. Mom says that the boys were gone when she got up, but urges April to share the news as soon as possible because Mom is evil and wants to take pleasure from April's inevitable pain. But then, so do I.
The bridge. The ground nearby slopes down gently to the peaceful waters of the river. Seriously, if you can't wade across that thing, you can certainly swim it. I guess Heather remembered to tell other people that older cars will still work, because some extra drives up in an old pick-up, chauffeuring Good Cop to his conference with Jake. Jake tells Good Cop to go to a farm nearby that has a couple of dead trucks. Good Cop's supposed to tow them back for use as a barricade. As Good Cop rides away, Hawkins asks Jake, "This isn't your first run-in with Ravenwood, is it?" Jake looks pained and asks, "Why?" Hawkins sniffs, "You saw them on your road trip, all of a sudden they're headed for Jericho." Ah, so Jake left out the part about firing upon Ravenwood with no provocation. Good thinking. Jake huffs that his family lives in Jericho. Hawkins gets in his face to say, "So does mine!" Jake says that he's trying to protect them. "Same here!" Hawkins replies. Jake winds things up: "Then let's stop screwing around and get it done." Jake has a real problem answering questions, doesn't he? Aw, maybe he's related to Drogan! With a final glare, Jake marches back toward his car.
Emily holds her wedding gown up in front of her and stares at her reflection. Idaho sings "For Granted" as there's a knock at the door, and then Heather enters. She presents Emily with some wildflowers, saying, "They're the closest I could find to a wedding bouquet." Emily takes them mopily. Heather says that she wanted to do something to "acknowledge the day," and mentions that she was going to be Maid of Honor. Heather asks whether Emily has plans, and Emily sniffs, "Besides not getting married?" I don't think you need to be passive-aggressive about it when Heather already brought it up, Emily. Heather says that she's planned activities to keep Emily occupied, starting with a hike along the river.