Hannah, meanwhile, has dipped into the vodka at the party and is holding court in front of a group of kids that includes Brady and Amber. She's talking about some party at the old house, where she claims to have been "completely wasted." Henry happens to wander past just in time to hear Hannah say that she decided to take off all her clothes, which triggered a nudity epidemic. Henry obligingly flashes back to the actual party, at which, of course, he was the one who stripped to his boxers and jumped into the indoor pool, quickly followed by Kylie and all their drunk friends. And then he looked upstairs, to where Hannah was just standing there watching. Back in the present, Hannah, wide-eyed, demands of her auditors, "Isn't that insane?" "It's not that insane," Amber Voice-of-the-Recappers. Brady's just standing there grinning at the thought of Hannah in her underwear. Apparently, Hannah accurately described their old house in her story, which prompts Amber to observe, "You guys, like, majorly downsized to move here." Hannah starts to get tangled up, but instead of reminding everyone that hurricanes, you know, break things, she starts to say something about how her family got into trouble and "just...left." Finally, Henry steps in: "Okay, party's over! Awesome!" he says heartily, steering Hannah away. Brady wants Hannah to stay, but Amber's fine with her leaving. Hannah calls Henry a buzzkill, Henry calls Hannah an idiot, and they're out of there.
Back in Chicago, the RaderMobile screeches to a stop outside the next subway station. Paul manages to catch the train this time, nearly losing an arm in the process. He looks around, and Tannen's suddenly in the same car with him. Tannen's holding his arm across his middle in a way that doesn't seem to register with Paul at all. "Get out of here," Tannen tells Paul, pushing past. "We're not safe." Paul looks in the direction Tannen came from, and then follows his contact. He runs into some woman and loses him, but then grabs some guy from behind that he thinks is Tannen, even though the wrong guy is wearing a completely different-colored jacket from Tannen's. Amazingly, Paul doesn't get the crap beat out of him. Must be that intimidating stocking cap he's wearing. Eventually, Paul realizes that Tannen doubled back and is behind him. Paul corners him and peppers him with questions, but Tannen's not talking: "You have everything you need to know." Paul gets rough, and Tannen's jacket swings open to reveal that he's been bleeding from one side. "This didn't exactly go according to plan," Tannen understates. Enter the plan-disruptor himself: a scowling hulk who's bleeding from his scalp. So at least Tannen put up a fight. The bad guy goes at Tannen, but Paul intervenes, just as the train comes to a stop and Tannen dashes out onto the platform and vanishes into the crowd. Paul manages to beat the bad guy down onto the floor of the train, and then stupidly turns his back on him and stands out on the platform, hollering, "Tannen!" Fortunately for Paul, the bad guy isn't a backstabber, and Paul is able to grab the man's knife arm when he reaches over Paul's shoulder for an attempted poke to the chest. Paul manages to get the guy to drop his knife, and then hurls him back onto the train just as the doors close again. Presumably, the fights in Paul's former life weren't all in the courtroom.