Sheriff's office. Bad Cop hauls in a box, claiming that he "struck gold" with Mr. Adams. Eric's surprised that Adams gave up all his ammo, but Bad Cop explains, "He kept plenty. The guy's rec room looks like the basement of the Alamo." That's reassuring. As Bad Cop stows the ammo in the gun locker, Jake hurries in with Hawkins and Gray, gasping, "We need to talk." Eric snaps, "Look, I told April, okay? Will you stop nagging me about it now?" Not really.
Instead, we cut to Dad's office, where Eric's reaction to the "'splode the bridge" plan is: "No way." Good man. Jake yammers that if they blow the bridge, Team Ravenwood can't "overrun the town." There are, what, six of these guys? Can six people actually overrun a town of 5,000? Eric asks why Team Ravenwood won't just come to Jericho a different way. Gray says that if they take another route, they'll have to go through Newburn -- "or some other town. Better them than us!" Nice. I tell Johanna, "Oh, see, they're not on an island after all. They're on an isthmus. Maybe Jericho is in the famous Kansas panhandle. So it all makes total sense." Hawkins says that diverting Ravenwood will give them time to plan defenses for the other routes to Jericho. I wonder if they're aware that Humvees can go off-roading. Eric is aghast, and point out that people live on the other side of the bridge, and that those people have farms with food they'll need. Gray harrumphs, "There are farms closer to town." Eric says, "Jake, that means cutting off Stanley!" Jake says that Stanley will have to move into town. Eric goes on insisting that they need to find another solution, and suggests putting more men at the barricade. Jake says, "Send more men out there, you're gonna get more men killed." Eric tells Bad Cop to lock up the explosives. He tells Jake and Gray, "Nothing happens to that bridge. We can face them with whatever we can muster," and marches out.