In the pantry, Mimi is bleeding on the floor. There's complete silence before we go back to full sound. There are three more blasts. I'm not a ballistics expert, but it's possible at least one came from the shotgun. Another bullet pierces the pantry, so that was Goetz. Then there's silence. Shaking, Mimi fights unconsciousness as her body goes into shock and she drags herself up to look out the blasted hole, but all she can see is an empty living room. She collapses on the floor. That entire scene was incredible.
And now they take us back to the 4H. Okay, screw this -- get us back to the cursed Richmond Farmhouse where no one should live ever, ever again! As sad as I am to give Hawkins short shrift, I can't plod through this scene fast enough! Hawkins calls his Mystery Man and tells him that the bomb is secure. He thanks Mystery Man for the heads-up but wonders why he's helping him. Mystery Man says he wants the truth to come out about "this government, or should [he] say, 'this company.'" Hawkins plays dumb and asks if he means J&R has something to do with the attacks. "Naw, that doesn't compute," Hawkins says, drawing him out, "Companies don't overthrow governments, they enrich them." Mystery Man drops the name "Project Boxcar," and says that it's the covert operation run by the Cheyenne government to eliminate any and all evidence of the nuclear bomb attacks. That evidence being, of course, Hawkins, his bomb, and his team. Oh, and one more thing, "This report." Hawkins looks at his SPRINT phone and sees he has picture mail. He gets to his computer and downloads the scanned images of a 1993 Continuity of Government Report from the DOD. Being lazy about reading, Hawkins puts the phone back to his ear and asks, "What is this?" It's a classified disaster plan commissioned by the government and prepared by J&R. It proposes a scenario of twenty-five cities destroyed by nuclear weapons and ferrets out targets, specs, contingencies -- all the chinks in the U.S. armor. J&R had it all in that report. It was supposed to be a plan of protection but someone got hold of it, took their worst nightmare and made it come true. "Okay," Hawkins says, trying to take this all in, "How do you know about this?" "Because I helped write it," Mystery Man reports. While we let Hawkins deal with all that, we're going back to Richmond Farm where THEY KILLED BONNIE I CAN'T BELIEVE THEY KILLED BONNIE.