At the docks, a freshly shaved Jack surprises Declan and Charlotte, who are watching Carl. They're not just watching him, they're really on top of the whole parenting thing. Charlie knows it's feeding time and Dec knows where the bottles are. It seems to genuinely impress Jack and he says as much as Charlotte goes off to get Carl's bottle, but Dec smells a favor coming behind the compliment. Jack needs them to watch Carl for a few days so he can do something nice for Amily now that he feels some freedom with the Ryan brothers gone. The favor is no big deal. I mean, Dec and Charlie were already watching Carl anyway, it seems. These days, babysitting should be called Netflixing.
A scruffy and disheveled Daniel gets a late start to the day and walks over to the breakfast table where his mother sits alone, sipping her coffee. Dan's giving her the silent treatment, but that doesn't seem to ever fly with Victoria. She asks how long he's going to keep up with the animosity. He responds that he's aware his mother coaxed Emanda into getting back together with him. Dan pays no mind to Victoria's assertion that he should call Ems' motives into question if she'd accept such a proposition -- she came clean at least, and that's more than he can say for his mother.
Nolcorp. Also getting a late start to his morning, Nolan slinks into his office and gets startled by Aiden, who's sitting there waiting for him. He orders Nolan to lock the door behind him, and then brushes off Nolan's questions about where he's been. All Aiden cares about is getting information off of the video of Colleen's death. He wants Nolan to bring up the video on his computer now so they can mine for data associated with the video that cannot be seen. Nolan looks at the metadata and finds that the video was created six years ago. How awful. There was nothing Aiden or Emanda could've done. Aiden wants to know if they can figure out where the video was made. A few keystrokes later and Nolan has zoomed in on an electricity meter in the background. If they can read the serial number they can pinpoint the location, but it will take time, Nolan says. He suggests that Aiden call Emanda in the meantime, but Aiden ain't got time for that. He loses his temper and orders Nolan to get started running the program.
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Later in the day, Nolan has summoned Ems to his office to fill her in on what he was able to find out for Aiden. They tracked the meter's serial number to an abandoned warehouse in Jersey City. Ems figures Aiden's on his way there to find evidence that his sister is really dead. Nolan still doesn't know what the Initiative wanted with Colleen, so Emanda explains that Aiden's father was a baggage handler at the airport where Flight 197 departed. He was blackmailed into placing the bomb on the plane through Colleen's kidnapping. It dawns on Nolan that the Initiative could be doing the same thing to Padma, but Emanda doesn't really care. She's off to track down Aiden. In the meantime, she wants Nolan cross-checking Jane Does in Jersey City's police records for Colleen's description. The glamorous life of a revenge sidekick.