We cut to a shot of army vehicles driving the bomb.
Jake realizes there's over a million people living in Cheyenne. "Yeah, a million innocent people, because you can bet that his target -- Valente and the others -- they will not be among the dead. And this will just give them the excuse to do whatever the hell they want to do," Hawkins says. He says if that bomb goes off they will lose the country forever. See, this is what I don't get -- how does crazy John Jacob Jingleheimer Smith not realize this as well? Jake is silent. Hawkins crouches down next to him and says, "Jennings and Rall, the Cheyenne government -- they know who I am." Jake is still silent and gobsmacked. "So, uh, I need you to be okay," Hawkins says, "Because I can't do what I gotta do alone." Jake shakes his head ruefully and sticks his hand out to Hawkins'. Relying on Hawkins' strength, he slowly pulls himself to his feet and says, "When do we leave?"
The bomb is driven into the Cheyenne city limits.
Next week: Jake's on a plane! And it's the last episode. Sniff.