Shores of Lake Prisonship. All the little soldier boys and girls are fleeing happily. Peter climbs out of a rowboat and the little kids swarm him, even Vern, who looks like he's still sad he can't sit on Peter's lap anymore. The little girl hugs Nora. Miles asks Aaron what the hell happened. Aaron plays dumb, but Miles is all, DUDE WHAT THE FUCK I SAW LIGHTS OMG I MISSED LIGHTS SO MUCH. Aaron holds up the pendant and says, "It can sometimes bring the power back on and bring machines to life," about as casually as you'd say, "This is Nutella. It is delicious."
Miles asks where the pendant came from and Aaron says Ben gave it to him. Miles can't believe he's had that the whole time and hasn't said anything about it. Miles wants to smash it. Aaron says it's basically the most important thing in the whole world, which is exactly why Miles doesn't want Monroe getting his hands on it. Miles threatens to beat Aaron unconscious and then smash the pendant, but Aaron has a spine now, because he has defended small children and run a con on Drexel! Today he is a man! Mazel, Aaron!
Charlie interrupts (OF COURSE SHE DOES) and asks what's up with the lighthouse. If she had a newspaper she would smack both their noses with it. Aaron says he thinks Monroe's men came for Ben because of the pendant. He tells them about Grace.
Grace, of course, is in a prison cell somewhere, being held by Randall. She tells him to let her go, and he's all, it's too dangerous. So maybe he's hiding her from Monroe? "I just want us to be friends," he says. Ack! Randall is Flynn! And he's the only adult on this show who's visibly older fifteen years later!
Next week: Someone is holding Nora's sister hostage in exchange for a pendant. Major Strausser shows up, Aaron misplaces his Macguffin, and Charlie makes her crumpleface.
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