Miles and Charlie clamber along on top of the boxcars. Miles hollers back that he'll get the bomb and tells Charlie to find Danny. The engineer is putting wood on the fire, getting closer to the bomb-log. Charlie climbs down to the level of the cars and sees Danny through the window. Danny, of course, almost gives the whole game away by grinning at her through the window. Somehow the stealth skills of these two dollbabies fool Neville for a moment. Charlie nods at Danny, who tackles Neville.
The engineer throws the bomb into the engine furnace. Miles jumps down off the woodpile and begins fighting with the engineer, when what he really needs to do is uncouple the locomotive from the other cars. Neville and Danny are fist fighting inside their car, and Charlie breaks through the door, lunging at Neville with a knife. Miles overpowers the engineer, wraps his arm in leather and reaches into the fire for the bomb. Neville is choking Charlie when Danny knocks him unconscious with a lamp. The two are on their way out when Nate grabs Charlie and Neville recovers and grabs Danny, holding a gun to his head.
Miles manages to throw the bomb -- which is on fire -- off the train. It explodes next to the train and somehow doesn't derail it. Neville tells Nate to bring Charlie to him so he can shoot her. Nate hesitates and whispers to Charlie to shield her head, then throws her out the door and off the train. Neville doesn't care that much. He handcuffs Danny inside the train car again. Miles jumps off the train. So that was all for nothing, I guess. Except now Nate is probably going to get shot in the face. Neville tells him, menacingly, "I told you to bring me the girl."
Charlie catches up with Miles and as they stand on the tracks watching the train roll away, she looks as unhappy as if her favorite spinning instructor has temporarily gone to an ashram so she has to make do with the lady who plays Enya during the cool-down.
Camp. Miles asks Nora if she'll be okay. She doesn't seem to have been stabbed too badly. She starts to say, "Miles, if you hadn't gotten that bomb -- " and he cuts her off. He goes over to soothe Charlie's hurt fee-fees. He tells her the uncle who visited when she was little isn't dead, but he can't be that guy right now because he has to go to Philly and kill Monroe, his best friend. Charlie says, "I get it, Miles. But I don't want to hear it." Because now she's all tough and focused? Charlie is such a jackass.