Drexel's yard. Nora and Aaron both have guns, and Drexel stands behind the door of an armored Humvee so they can't shoot him (but his head's still pretty well exposed). Aaron tells Nora he's not going to shoot her and wants her to shoot him. Nora's still in a druggy haze and can't really understand him. Aaron says Miles and Charlie need Nora, but no one needs him. Drexel is so sad no one is making the guns go shooty bang bang. Nora protests some more, but Aaron raises his revolver and cocks it. Then he shoots himself in the chest.
Drexel's men rush to take Nora's gun away. Drexel walks over to where Aaron lies on the ground, then Aaron sits up and shoots him. Because he had his flask in his breast pocket, and it deflected the bullet. Aaron gaspingly asks if anyone knows how many bullets Drexel put in the gun, as he points it at Drexel's men, then grabs Nora and tells the men he just wants to leave. The only guard who gets lines jerks his head toward the house and tells Aaron and Nora to get their stuff and go. They do not seem very broken up about Drexel's death.
On the road, Miles and Charlie find Aaron and Nora and ask how they got away. He asks if Nora's okay, and her complexion is once again beautifully matte and glowing rather than pasty and sweaty, so she must be fine. Nora tells Miles how Aaron shot Drexel, and Miles kind of can't believe it. Aaron says he might have a broken rib. He asks Charlie if she killed Bill. She says she did not. Aaron and Nora hand over Miles and Charlie's luggage, and Miles is like, good job team! Let's move.
Flashback. Aaron's wife is asleep on the ground. She wakes up and looks for him, but Aaron has left her his wedding ring and a note that says he can't protect her, so she's better off with "them," presumably the other people camped nearby. Aaron's wife calls out for him, waking up the whole campsite, but he's gone. She tramps off through the woods with the others, still looking behind her for her no-good husband. He watches her from behind some trees.
Philadelphia. Monroe's men escort Danny to a bench, where Rachel is sitting. They stare at each other for a little while, then hug. Danny is still unable to focus his eyes or close his mouth.
Next week: There are no next weeks because I'm watching on Hulu. But I assume the power will still be out and Charlie will still be awful.