Someone steers a rowboat through the non-raging non-rapids of the river under the bridge. Johanna guesses that this is the only boat in Kansas, since otherwise the river isn't much of a barrier to Team Ravenwood. I continue to maintain that they don't even need a boat to get across. Good Cop fastens a few sticks of dynamite to what is presumably a barrel of Hawkins's homemade explosives. I hope somebody checked inside the barrel -- it'd be just like Hawkins to load it with confetti. Or possibly Samuel.
Richmond Ranch. Out in the front yard, Jake tells Stanley, Mimi, and Bonnie that another family will be by in an hour to give them a ride. So Stanley's truck doesn't work anymore. But he managed to get to town and back home before Team Ravenwood showed up. Maybe the roads in Kansas go in, like, spirals or something, so walking cross-country is actually faster. God forbid somebody actually ride one of those horses Mitchell stole. Stanley tells Bonnie to go pack a bag, but she refuses. Stanley signs that she's going when the car shows up, and Bonnie runs off. Mimi asks, "What about you?" Stanley explains that he's staying: "I'll hold them off; I did it before." And he only had to ask. Maybe they should send Stanley out to parley with D.B. Sweeney: "I know it's mandatory and all, but could you go away?" Jake shoves Stanley's shoulder and says, "It's not gonna be a couple of guys this time!" It's gonna be six! He asks whether Stanley wants to join the pile of corpses in Rogue River. Mimi joins in, saying, "Please don't get yourself killed for a house." Stanley huffs that his grandfather built the house, and Mimi's room used to be his father's bedroom, and his great-uncle built the handy interdimensional portal that leads directly to town. Jake blusters that when the bridge is gone, Stanley will be on his own. Unless he can swim. Stanley grrs, "So go warn people. You're wasting time here."
An hour passes during the commercials, so when we come back, a car is honking in front of the Richmond Ranch. Inside, Bonnie says that she's not leaving: "This is my home, too!" She says that she and Stanley will be okay if they stay together. Mimi descends the stairs, and Bonnie rolls her eyes and stomps into the kitchen. Mimi lectures Stanley, "You're risking her life, and yours." As they argue, they pass by an open door off the living room that leads to a bathroom with a big window over the tub. Hey, remember when Emily went to the upstairs bathroom so that she could make a daring escape that required her to jump to the ground from the second story? That seems a little strange in retrospect. Stanley says, "This house is her only connection to a mother and father she barely even remembers." Mimi sniffs, "I thought you were that connection." The car outside honks again before Stanley can say, "I know you are, but what am I?" Mimi wishes Stanley luck, and heads out to catch her ride.