The FBI is crawling all over the Arcadia Police Station, packing up files and searching through things as everybody watches or tries to go about their work. Will arrives, and Toni tells him the same thing is going on at the DA's office and at City Hall: "The entire city's under investigation. Victor de la Cruz says hello." Will says she's done good work, and asks if she's okay. Toni: "This affects a lot of people, you know? Can't help feeling like I pulled the trigger." Will: "All we did was look where nobody else would look."
Adam's at his locker at school when Joan walks up and says, "Thanks for showing up with my dad." He doesn't look at her; he just stares down into his locker, saying, "They just needed to know where to go." She says, "Adam, I know I keep doing these incredibly stupid and hurtful things to you, but you have to believe me when I say that hurting you is the last thing I want to do." He closes his locker and turns to face her. He says evenly, looking her right in the eye: "I'm sure you have your reasons." He walks away. Joan looks dejected, but not especially disappointed to find she's once again failed to make a sufficient apology. Down the busy hallway, Joan spots the back of Mrs. LandingGod. For some reason, she's standing there with a plate of cupcakes. She turns and smiles warmly at Joan. If I were Joan, I really think I'd ask God about how to mend things with Adam. She walks up to Mrs. LandingGod and says, "You're really good at showing up when nobody needs you." We see that Mrs. LandingGod is wearing a handmade construction-paper button that says, "HELP SOCCER [image of soccer ball] EAT MORE COOKIES." At least I think it says "cookies," though she's carrying cupcakes. Well, God works in mysterious ways. Mrs. LandingGod: "Well, now, that's your opinion." Joan: "So what do you want me to fail at this time?" She asks, "Now what makes you think you failed? You did exactly what I asked you to do. You observed." Joan: "Hm! And what good did that do anybody? Ramsay's going to jail, Adam hates me even more..." Mrs. LandingGod says, "Observation is a more powerful force than you could possibly reckon: the invisible, the overlooked, and the unobserved are those that are most in danger of reaching the end of the spectrum. They lose the last of their light. From there, anything can happen." Joan listens carefully, but isn't convinced: "Okay, fine. I observed Ramsay. His life is still ruined." Mrs. LandingGod patiently explains: "His life wasn't the only one at stake." Joan: "What do you mean?"