Maggie bandages Aaron's wounded leg. Charlie looks around the area where they're camped. Someone seems to be watching them. Away from the others, Nora tells Miles he should go easier on Charlie. He says he'll make it much easier by leaving. Nora says he's just taking the coward's way out of his responsibility toward Charlie, and he accuses her of making this about their relationship. They argue some more about what Miles owes Charlie, and he says, "It's not my fault her dad's dead. Not my fault what happened to her mom." So it's possible Miles knows that Rachel is alive? Miles says family or not, he's bailing, and then of course turns around to see Charlie behind him. She just makes a weepy face like she does ALL THE TIME.
Flashback. Rachel hugs small-child Danny and Charlie asks why she has to leave. Ben says she's going to get supplies. Rachel says she'll be back in a few months, and Charlie begs her not to leave. Rachel tells her to help her dad and look out for her brother, and then she leaves, as Charlie screams behind her.
In the present, Maggie finishes patching up Aaron just as more dogs howl in the distance. Miles tells everyone to shake a leg. (An uninjured one.) They break through a fence and come across an eerie, abandoned amusement park. They venture into it. And then, behind them, we see a grim-looking man (although is there any other kind on this show? Other than Aaron) feeding a Doberman a treat.
The storm is starting, and Neville's wagon train is racing for shelter. Danny just looks mildly put-out that he's still shackled in the back of the wagon. They find a barn and pull the wagons and horses inside. Neville directs the men to stack crates against the doors, to reinforce them. A soldier puts Danny over on a box and tells him not to move. Danny notices he's next to an open window, and grabs a shard of wood to pick his handcuffs. I sure hope we find out in another scintillating flashback how he got so good at criminal-type stuff. I can't really see Ben teaching him that.
Aaron is explaining that he used to be a dog person, and even had a King Charles spaniel. There's a big difference between that and a slathering Doberman, you know? Especially since Aaron's dog was named Zoe and wore a sweater. They're moving through the empty amusement park, and then Miles runs into Nate. They fight. Miles is about to clobber Nate when Charlie breaks up the fight, because she is a moron. Miles points out that Nate is militia, and Charlie says his name's not Nate, and when everyone wonders how she knows that, she confesses that she saw him near Pontiac. Nate whines that it took him two days to get free after she cuffed him to a pole. Well, yeah. You are a bad guy, Nate. Try to keep up. Miles says that Nate is a spy, and he's been following them. Charlie argues that they should find out what he knows. Miles is stunned that the words coming out of her mouth make a tiny bit of sense.