Back at the hospital, Tommy's off the mask and telling Lily that he made the spelling bee. Lily's not sure that's such a great idea, but Tommy is. As long as nobody asks him to spell his name. "Can Dad come?" he asks. Lily isn't sure Paul will be back in time, so Tommy suggests calling him.
Paul's got the RaderMobile pulled over by the side of a dirt road somewhere when his cell phone rings. It's Tommy, inviting him to his spelling bee at 9:00 the next morning in his classroom. Paul promises to try to make it, then hangs up. He's also throwing a beat-up jacket on his back, a stocking cap on his head, and a his revolver into a snappy ankle holster. This must be his idea of "blending in" in Chicago.
After the commercial, Lily and Tommy are leaving the hospital. Mary asks them if they can fill out some forms before they go -- all that gnarly insurance and medical history crap -- but Lily begs off, saying that she didn't even take her purse when she left the house. Besides, she needs some time to make all that shit up. Mary says it's fine for now. "I know where you live," she chuckles. Mary even filched a few extra inhalers for Tommy. Lily thanks Mary for that and lets her get back to work. On her way out, Lily notices a sign on the bulletin board advertising for a receptionist.
Henry and his "Kylie" tattoo are brooding in his dank basement bedroom. He opens his cell phone and stares at it like he's trying to dial it with his mind. It doesn't appear to work, and he snaps it closed. With his hand, in case you thought that was a glimmer of hope just now. A moment later, Hannah comes down and asks where the vodka is. "Bit of a struggle," Henry understates. Hannah goes for sympathetic, which works as well on Henry as you'd think: "I almost got the whole family busted trying to buy vodka for your stupid party, so please, don't ask me to do any more favors, okay?" He lectures Hannah that she only got invited because she's bringing booze (which, not actually true -- she was invited before she offered, technically), and she says she's just trying to blend in. "You're not blending in," Henry says. "You're standing out." I'm sorry, are those Hannah's fingerprints sitting in a file drawer at the Bridgewater police station right now? But for some mysterious reason, Hannah asks Henry to come with her to the party.