The militia lead Miles away. Charlie mopes that they'll kill him. Nicholas doesn't seem all that broken up about it, and calls Miles a war criminal. That seems to be a poor semantic argument. Is there an actual war going on?
Monroe's camp. Mosley comes over to mock Danny some more, and Danny starts having an asthma attack. Mosley bends down and Danny grabs him around the neck with the chain in his handcuffs and starts choking him. He tells Mosley if he touches him again, he'll kill him. He lets Mosley go, and just then notices Neville watching him. Neville seems kind of okay with all this. He's one of those no-blood-no-foul captors.
Jeremy's forced march. Jeremy asks Miles if it's true, if Monroe wants Miles because Miles knows how to turn the lights back on. Miles asks Jeremy if he thinks it's true. Jeremy thinks it's crazy, that Monroe is just obsessed. He says Monroe has been different since Miles left: "Angrier. Shorter fuse. Not like the good old days." As the militia is approaching a bridge, the first man trips a wire and IEDs explode. In the confusion, Charlie shoots a militiaman and Nora tells Miles to come with them. He grabs a sword from a scabbard mounted on a nearby horse's saddle and knocks Jeremy down. They run to the other side of the bridge, then Charlie fires a flaming arrow into a bag she dropped, blowing up the bridge. Miles gives Jeremy a weary look across the river and scampers off after the ladies.
Flashback. Monroe and Miles are still walking. They come across a big man in the woods kicking someone to death. Another man is going through the victim's bag. Monroe wants to just keep walking, but Miles tells the kicker to get away from the kickee, and draws his weapon to back up his order. The big man drops his knife on the ground. Monroe tells him he should just run, but Miles tells him not to move. The big man apologizes and says he was just trying to find something to eat. Miles asks about the couple in the orange tent and seems to decide, without any evidence or indication from the other man, that this guy was responsible for those murders.
Miles says they can't call the police, or put the man in jail, and over Monroe's protests, he shoots the big man's friend, then the big man. I gotta, say, everyone on this show is very good at killing people with one shot to the chest. Didn't we learn from the Lost pilot that that isn't always effective? Monroe can't believe what Miles just did, and asks him if he plans to walk around killing people now. Miles says somebody has to do something, or there won't be a civilization left. He bends to the man on the ground -- and it's Jeremy. They help Jeremy up and walk away.