Why does Miles keep having to remind everyone that he used to be an emotionless, psychopathic mass killer and he taught all of Monroe's men to be the same? This has come up like a zillion times before -- when they met Jeremy, when they met Drexel, when Charlie infiltrated the Good Ship Militiaville -- so it shouldn't need repeating and the continued revelations of Miles's essential badness shouldn't surprise anyone except Charlie because she's a dimwit. At this point Miles is waving a huge sign that says, "I'm bad! I'm damaged! Don't get too close to me because I betray everyone I love! Why won't the lambs stop screaming?!" Miles hands Charlie and Nora flashlights, which they can use as visual alarms to tell them when they're in range of the pendant powering the bomb. And I'm glad for so many reasons that NBC preempted this episode last week.
Miles's flashlight flickers on. He ducks into an alley and finds a backpack under a grate, but before he can grab it, Alec appears behind him and knocks him to the ground. They exchange awkward pleasantries. Alec has a scar on his neck, right under the collar, that wasn't there in the flashback. He says it turns out Miles's knife wasn't so lucky for him, and Miles tries to apologize for whatever terrible thing he did, but Alec just draws his sword and they fight.
Miles breaks Alec's sword and then they punch each other. Alec is about to choke Miles to death when Charlie shoots him in the shoulder with a crossbow bolt. He pulls it out, picks up the bomb, and runs. They chase, knocking over all these nice Georgia folks' stuff in their path. They lose him and split up. Miles catches up with Alec, who's taken a hostage. Miles doesn't particularly care about the hostage, but when the police show up after Alec shoots the hostage and escapes, it does look like Miles has murdered someone. They arrest Miles.
Jane's house. She brings Rachel and Aaron inside and calls to someone named Beth, who's thrilled to see Rachel. Rachel's shocked to see Beth, who doesn't seem to know about all the Tower stuff, because she just says she's just passing through on her way to Colorado. Jane sends Beth to feed chubbo Aaron, and then takes Rachel outside to ask why the hell she wants to go to the Tower. Turning the power back on, Jane says, will "destroy the nanites," and she asks why Rachel would do that when these nanites are keeping Danny alive. Rachel pulls out the thing she cut out of Danny's body.