At the amusement park, Nate and Charlie are all chummy again, because she totally wants to see his wee-wee. Behind them, Maggie is quietly asking Miles if he's leaving. She says Charlie told her about Miles's past, and observes, "That makes you a murderer, right? Maybe one of the great ones." Miles says she ought to understand that Charlie will be better off without him. She asks if he'll be better off without Charlie, and because all we have seen of Charlie's contribution to Miles's life is nearly getting him killed about twelve different ways, Miles asks why Maggie thinks that. She says she spent years trying to get back to her children, but eventually she gave up, and knew that she'd never see her kids again, and that they probably died scared and alone. She says she went to Wisconsin, found a nice spot, and poured herself a cup of poison. And then Ben found her. In the flashback, Ben hunkers down and asks Maggie to join him and the kids at their campfire, for dinner. She says she came to love Charlie and Danny, and they gave her a reason to live. She says Charlie might do the same for Miles. Ehhhhh...but Maggie, you're forgetting that Charlie is the worst.
Maggie and Miles rejoin the others, but they're suddenly surrounded by more angry dogs. Miles points to a nearby diner, and says on three they should run for it. They run. Luckily, the front door is unlocked, and the diner received an A grade from the health inspector! Although its level of service might have lapsed recently. Maggie didn't make it inside, though -- the grim-looking dog man has grabbed her. He has a knife, and as they fight over it, he stabs her deeply in the thigh. The man runs off, and Miles picks up Maggie and brings her inside. Maggie says the man told her she killed his dog. She says, calmly, that the man severed an artery, and she's going to bleed to death.
Neville and Danny's Cellar o' Dramatic Speeches. Neville asks Danny how he got out of the cuffs. He says Danny reminds him of his son. Danny can't quite believe Neville has kids, and Neville replies that he's not a monster, not so different from Ben. Danny says again that Ben didn't murder people. Neville says Danny probably doesn't remember the first days after the blackout, when everyone was starving and panicking and dying. He says if Ben survived those days without resorting to some evil behavior, he was a better man than Neville. Well, maybe Ben did. Rachel sure didn't.