Mary proceeds to don an elaborate Southern accent in order to flirt with a checkpoint soldier and convinces him to look the other way when a shipment of booze comes through. In yet another Gone with the Wind parallel, Mary is the Belle Watling of Jericho. Not that I'm calling her a whore or anything...
Frodale has just finished loading a truck when Goetz arrives to arrest him.
Back at the Greenhouse, Heather reels from the news about the evil Cheyenne government and the lying media. "And you're telling the truth?" Heather demands of Hawkins. He admits that he is. "Who are you?" Heather sneers. Doesn't she know that she's about to be indoctrinated into Awesomeness? Probably to keep from belting both Heather and Jake across the face, Hawkins jumps up and starts to walk out. "Okay! Okay!" Heather backs off. She'll agree to whatever they want her to do. Jake explains about the binder and the page. Heather immediately gets upset, "Beck's involved in this too? Beck's a GOOD man!" Hawkins agrees that Beck is a good man but he's taking orders from very bad people. Heather freaks some more when she hears about the radiation survey, so Jake finally stands up and asks, "Do you trust me?" Heather looks deep into his scruff and admits that she does. Jake is sorry for dragging her into this, but there is no other way. Heather finally whispers, "Okay." Jake and Hawkins exchange looks.
Hawkins walks into Beck's office and Beck immediately dismisses a soldier. Not beating around the bush, Hawkins asks Beck how quickly he can deploy men to Nebraska. Hawkins has an informant from an I-80 road gang that Sarah Mason has been spotted at a farmhouse. Beck puts up a slight fight, but Hawkins quickly wears him down and they move instantly. Heather watches them go.
As they walk though town, Bonnie tells Stanley about going to California for J&R. It's where Trish says they need the most people. Stanley says, "Yeah, well, I'll expect a postcard at least once a week. Preferably with girls in bikinis. And if they're naked, that's even better!" Bonnie tells him not to be sick, but both Richmonds get distracted by the sight of Frodale being escorted into J&R in plastic handcuffs. Stanley decides, "This isn't right -- let's go!"