Aaron's voice brings Maggie out of her reverie, and he says that they can't tell Charlie and Miles about the MacGuffin and how they just rediscovered electrical power last week. Maggie asks if he doesn't trust Charlie, and he points out that people would kill--have killed -- for that kind of knowledge. Then Charlie, Miles, and Nora show up. Maggie hugs Charlie, who seems to have forgotten that she's a sulky teenager who hates her father's girlfriend. Miles tells Maggie and Aaron to grab their stuff and get a move on.
The fab five hike through the night. Miles has a torch, which he uses to illuminate a small pack of dogs eating a deer carcass. So some people's pets did make it. The dogs look pretty pissy, though, because Miles tells the others to run. So run they do, with the dogs in hot pursuit. As they're escaping over a chain-link fence, one of the dogs bites Aaron's leg. Maggie shoots it with a crossbow before it can make a Beggin' Strip out of Aaron's ankle, but that still has to sting.
Neville's wagon train. Danny no longer has sleeves, and he looks like the forgotten sixth Backstreet Boy. Danny calls to Neville, who halts the train, and he says there's a storm coming. Neville's all, and will you melt if you get wet, sweet cheeks? Danny asks if he doesn't feel the shift in the air, and says they should find shelter. Maybe he think there's a tornado coming, or lightning? You'd think people without electricity would be really excited about lightning, and possibly worship it like it's their god. A militiaman asks Neville why they've stopped, and he says the boy wants to stop. The militiaman says if they keep going they'll be in Noblesville by dawn.
In her luxurious prison, Rachel Matheson is drawing something octagonal, and so help me JJ Abrams if this turns into another pointless clusterfuck of red herrings and endless pathetic smoke-monster-assisted bitching about what it all meeeeeeans, well, I don't know what I'll do because it's my job to write about this show, but I will be EXTREMELY PEEVISH. (I did not like Lost, you guys.) She puts her notebook away when Monroe comes in. She asks what he wants. He says, "As if you don't know." We're supposed to think he wants to sleep with her but actually he wants her to tell him how to turn the power back on. She says she's already answered his questions a hundred times before.