Jake sits on a corner of the porch that's away from the Jericho troop's eager eyes. Unable to stay away, Emily walks over to him and kneels in front of him. They embrace and Jake sobs. He sobs hard. Hawkins radios Jake. Heh -- he probably saw what was going down from his satellite view and decided he needed to break it up. You go, Hawkins! Jake stands up, clearing his throat, and tells Hawkins to go ahead. Hawkins reports that New Bern is coming back with a few hundred more men and more military trucks. Hey, where did New Bern get military trucks? Is this because they have a Costco? Jake ten-fours him and requests that he joins them as quickly as he can. Hawkins casually asks what Jake knows about some train tracks running alongside the river. "Why, what do you see?" Jake asks, as the final digit in the satellite tracking clicks into place. "I don't know -- I can't see!" Hawkins responds. Darcy yells at Hawkins to disconnect his computer, but Hawkins won't until he can get a look at the train tracks. "Jake," he radios, "You've got a very large train coming from New Bern and it's got three cargo cars." Jake asks what's in the cars. "I think it's men, and it's hundreds of them -- it's a whole set of reinforcements," Hawkins pants back to Jake, as Darcy slams the laptop shut. Hawkins tells Jake he's on his way. Jake looks over at Emily, who is sitting in a window waiting for him. He kisses her, but I've decided that it's a war kiss, an I-might-die-so-I-might-as-well kiss, so it doesn't really matter. He can take it back.
Episode Report CardKeckler: A | 934 USERS: B-
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