Monroe's camp. Mosley kicks Danny awake. He's still sore about the guy Danny killed, who was named Templeton. I sincerely hope he was a rat voiced by Paul Lynde. He starts telling Danny about Templeton's wife, and what is with all the villains monologuing in this episode? He tells Danny he needs to tell Templeton's wife he avenged her husband's death, and starts beating Danny with a sack of rocks. Eeesh.
Flashback to Monroe and Miles walking to Chicago, six months after the blackout. They come across an orange tent, the occupants of which are dead on the ground, their campfire still smoking. Monroe says they can't do anything about it, but Miles isn't yet the jaded, callous Miles we've come to know. He can't believe what he's seeing, how quickly the world has fallen apart. Poor Miles, so pretty and sad.
Present Miles has a few more lines in his forehead. He helping Nicholas dig the tunnel. Occasionally they hear Trevor's rounds pop off above, and Miles asks how many Nicholas thinks he has left. Looks like not that many, but the militia hasn't run out of men yet. They're blasting with Nora's bombs to dig the tunnel faster, but the charge makes the roof collapse, just as Trevor runs out of ammo. Charlie and Miles argue about how it's a lost cause outside, and she says this is just like how her father always capitulated when soldiers came to town and gave them whatever they wanted. She says he was being a coward. Miles yells at her not to disrespect her father's memory. The tripwire Nora set blows, and the militia come storming into the restaurant. Much sword fighting ensues, and the militia leader recognizes Miles. Which can't be a good thing. Miles gets him in a headlock, blade to his throat, and drags him into the back room.