And then we're back with present-day Paul, who's trying to calm Lily down as she frets that their eldest won't be able to find them again. Like that's a bad thing. "I could turn myself in," Paul offers, but Lily says that won't work, just like he wanted her to. "Why did you have to hire her?" she asks. "None of this would have happened --" "You shouldn't do that," Paul tells her, like he has any right. His wife asks if he loved her. Paul goes to her and tells her no. You can tell he didn't, because he looks sad right now. "He doesn't even have a coat," Lily worries. Paul doesn't look as relieved about the change of subject as I would be.
Back at the motel where we first met the rest of the family, Huntley's searching their room when she gets a call from Raj. He reports, in a rather wordy and annoying way, that the lab was able to recover more handwriting off the slip of from the Volvo's glove compartment. They found one town in three states that has all three of the street names that were written on the slip. "A family with three kids just rented a house. They're telling people they're from Hurricane Katrina." "Well, let's go rescue them," Huntley says, and hangs up. Of course, she's just going to have to call back during the commercial to find out the name of the town.
When we come back, Huntley's at the head of an entire swarm of law enforcement vehicles with their sirens blaring. "ETA, twenty-two minutes," Raj tells her over the phone. Seems a little early for a series finale, don't you think?
At Casa Rader, the 'rents are debating whether to send the kids to school when the doorbell rings. Paul answers it to find Bob from next door standing outside with a couple of new garbage bins for them. How neighborly is this guy? He calls his son over to meet the new neighbors, and of course it's Brady, the pretty-but-dumb guy Hannah met in the hall at school. Because this town is small. From the kitchen, Hannah hears Brady, and is thus able to gather her composure before presenting herself at the front door and acting surprised, but in a totally cool way. Brady's less cool, but not displeased. "Random," he exclaims, and offers her a ride to school, which she quickly accepts. "My brother overslept," she explains, and Brady and Hannah are out of there. So I guess that settles the question of whether the kids are going to school. "What if Henry doesn't come back?" Lily wonders. "We'll get a new car," Paul assures her. No, actually, he says that Henry will come back, although he doesn't look too sure himself.