Mia says she'll get them across the river and then she's going to Texas. Charlie has been eavesdropping on all of this from, like, four feet away, just making sure that everything is still all about her. They head down to the river and find Mia's coyote dead, his throat slit and his ferry burned. Crap.
Neville is staring at a map of what used to be the United States. His wife, Julia, comes in with their housekeeper, Rose, who tells them that John, the Monroe officer from earlier, has a son named Stephen, who is working with the resistance. Neville says it's a very serious accusation, and clearly Julia wants Tom to tell Monroe about John's son so he won't send Jason to California. Tom tells Julia he loves her, and they're just so evil and scheme-y together.
So now the plan for the fab four is to head to Morgantown. Mia apologizes to Nora for not helping, and says she's going to head to Texas. She asks Nora again to come with her, then pleads when Nora refuses. Charlie interrupts and tells Nora to go with Mia.
Nora picks up her bag and goes over to Miles, who's squinting bad-temperedly. He starts to say it's going to be more difficult to get Danny back without her, but she interrupts by kissing him, which makes Charlie and Aaron distinctly uncomfortable. She starts the "till we meet again," and Miles says they probably won't, actually, because of this here suicide mission, and Nora says that's what he said the last time they parted. She and Mia turn and go.