The hunting party is on the road again, and they start to make bets on the first kill. Aren't they cute? They're betting things like eggs, chopping wood, and tax return consultation. "How about foot massages for a week?" Stanley proposes. "For me, not for him." Mimi smiles, "We'll talk." Since Stanley's eyes don't seem to be on the road, Jake orders him to stop. There's a big, black, fancy truck blocking their path. It has tinted windows. It's an evil truck. Jake says that the truck is staking its territory. Jake tells Stanley to turn around; they'll find another road. Stanley turns his old white truck around, revving the engine something awful, and the evil black truck gives chase. I wonder if it's racist as well. The evil black truck closes in on Stanley's bumper and pushes us into commercials.
After the commercials, the hunting party tries futilely to get away.
Abandoned house. Sarah and Hawkins determine that whoever killed the body was known by the victim, and that the destruction of the electronics didn't extend to completely ruining drives. Sarah exposits that the Old Man had information on the entire team. Hawkins hooks up some drives and says, "Let's find out where everybody is."
Jake hangs out the window of the white hat truck and tries shooting at the evil black truck, but the hunting party is rammed off the road, and Stanley's truck flips.
Sarah and Hawkins have a back-and-forth about too much domestic bliss softening Hawkins. "Not bliss," Hawkins corrects. He is then distracted as the drive boots up on his Samsonite laptop. He opens a directory, and we see eight files with names: Hawkins, Mason, Chavez, Woodworth, Cheung, Miller, Ritts, and Pierce. Woodworth, Pierce, and Ritts are tagged as "Terminated," and the other five are "Whereabouts unknown." That's just bullshit. If this is the Old Man's stuff, he knows where Hawkins is because he Google Earthed him. Unless it wasn't the Old Man who Google Earthed him, and instead was his FBI cohorts. Or it's the FBI who knows where Hawkins is, and not the militia folks. Dammit, if this show gets cancelled, they had better give us some explanations. Which one of those people is Sarah, do you think? Oh, IMDb and CBS's dossier on her have her as "Sarah Mason."