Charlie, suddenly everyone's leader, asks Aaron if he's coming to Philadelphia. He says he is, and I hope to god he gets an actual storyline soon. Maybe it will turn out that he was responsible for the effed-up Apple Maps on the iPhone 5 and that's what killed civilization? Charlie asks Nora if she's going to try to kill her brother again. Oh, for Christ's sake. Nora very politely doesn't ask Charlie how she would enjoy getting stabbed. They pick up their stuff and set off.
Philadelphia. Thirtieth Street Station actually appears to be in pretty good shape. Neville and his detachment, all in their finest Gestapo jackets by L.L. Bean, walk toward the station, and Julia and a boy -- who runs off -- meet them. Neville hugs his wife, and then she greets Nate. "Hello, Mother," he says.
Flashback. Neville teaches Jason how to use a knife. Jason says he's scared, and Neville says they need to be tough to survive.
Rachel is watching from the window as the militia men escort Danny off the train (I'm kind of impressed she recognizes him after this many years, since it's not like he looks like Ben). She says he's hurt and asks what the men did to him. Monroe says no one will touch him now and she can see him any time she wants. She finishes: "As long as I tell you whatever you want." Well, yes. That is how blackmail works. Monroe asks again what Ben was working on. Rachel goes to the desk and pulls out a sheet of paper. As she draws the MacGuffin, she says they were both working on it and she doesn't have all the specs, but turning the power back on starts with the pendants, of which there are twelve. Great. A whole season's worth of shiny little Horcruxes.
Next time: Nora gets sick. The guy who has the penicillin wants to nail Charlie. And apparently Miles gets to decide whom to sacrifice.
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