Nora cases the train station. There seems to be a bustling bike-repair business going nearby, which answers some questions. She enters what appears to be a bookstore -- the walls are hung with old maps, and the proprietor (Jeff Fahey, another Lost alum) is hand-pressing the cover page of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. He asks how he can help her, and Nora says, "I'm looking for a biography of Joe Biden." Hell, I'd expect Joe to be king of Delaware in this world. The man turns and looks at her, because it's obviously a code. He brings her into a back room, then pulls a knife and says he needs to be sure. She pulls her shirt off her shoulders and shows him her revolutionary tattoo. The man opens a drawer, pulls out the false bottom and hands Nora an American flag. They introduce themselves: "Nora Clayton." "Hutch -- Ken Hutchinson." Nora asks how many men he has, and he says he's the entirety of the Noblesville Underground, that the militia wiped out his entire unit, including his wife. I have a bad feeling about Hutch's survival. Nora says she's part of his unit now, and they're going to blow up that train.
Charlie is skulking around town when Neville comes up behind her. He asks what she's doing, and it takes me a minute to remember that he never saw her back in East Chicagoland. She says she's spying on her boyfriend and thinks he might be cheating on her. Neville asks her name, and she says, "Sara McGill." Neville gives her his real name, and Charlie hesitates before shaking his hand. She asks if he's in town for the train, and he wonders how she guessed. Well, it's a giant shiny thing in the middle of town, in a world pretty much devoid of shiny things. He bids her a good afternoon, and says her boyfriend is an idiot for stepping out on her. Charlie turns away and almost throws up from nerves, then follows Neville.