Jack enters the Stowaway out from the cold, completely full of fright. He can't find Sammy anywhere. He asks Dec every question he can think of. Did he let Sammy out in the cold and forget? Dec says he didn't and he's been having a hard time getting Sammy to go out the last few days anyway. Oh... no. Jack says he's going to go look for him and he's out the door. Having seen his brother's heart breaking, Dec turns to Yonkers looking like a lost child. Without him having to say a word, she tells Dec they can screw this presentation; they're going to go look for Sammy. This girl is down. Like... down down.
Nolan sits out in his van in the suburbs and watches WHM drive by. Ems is at Casa Emily talking to Nolan on the phone while she gets geared up for murder. She tucks a gun into her waistband and straps a knife to her ankle while Nolan tries to embody her conscience. Does she really want to turn this corner and become a killer? All Emanda wants is the address. Nolan looks conflicted for a moment while he contemplates enabling murder. Emanda's phone goes off with a text that reads "181 Auburn Road."
In the home of WHM, he's on the phone with his employers, saying he's working on the Grayson situation. All he has to do is find out who's threatening Conrad's family. The lights begin to flicker. Outside the house at 181 Auburn Road, Ems slowly creeps up to the porch in all black. She unscrews the porch's light bulb before ringing the doorbell. WHM checks through his blinds, walks over to a drawer and pulls out a gun. He answers the door, and... it's Nolan... disguised as a cable guy. He's got a fake mustache, a knit cap, a nametag that says "Burt" and a fake drawl. Nolan says there's been cable outages all over the neighborhood (didn't WHM notice his lights flickering?). WHM invites him in. Meanwhile, Nolan's aunt Carole appears behind Emanda at the wrong house to inform her that Nolan wasn't going to let her make this mistake. She gives Ems a speech about this not being what David wanted for her, but Ems fires back that there's a time and a place for kindness and it's not now.