Back at the jail, Aldridge opens the door to Sarah's interrogation room and shows Ellison in and then leaves. Ellison opens by saying he was followed to the movie theatre and had no idea, and he's spent the past four hours convincing the FBI that they're not in it together. Sarah's all, "Maybe I should tell them we were!" and then she yells that at the security camera. He says he just wanted to make sure the girl was safe, and Sarah says that's what she wanted too, and Ellison asks, "Safe from who?" and Sarah says she doesn't know. "Don't know or can't say?" asks Ellison. Sarah admits that while she doesn't know, she probably wouldn't be able to say if she did.
Ellison says they wanted to know what she's been up to for the past ten years, and he told them he had no idea: "What else could I tell them?" he says. He suggests telling them everything she knows: "If you're innocent, you could do that." Yeah, and wind up in a psych ward again, right? Ellison says it might be different now, as she's got nothing to lose. Not sure how that keeps her out of a psych ward, but OK. He says he's sorry ("sure you are," she retorts) as he gets up to go. She asks him where the girl is. Back with her mother, says Ellison, all duh. "She's not safe," Sarah tells him. He ignores this, so she starts yelling it at the security camera, which is being monitored by Aldridge, and also John Henry, with Weaver beside him.
So for some reason Aldridge's office is in a jail cell? I mean, it's clearly a temporary thing, but they couldn't find any other space for the poor bastard? Ellison comes in to see him. "This is where they stick us now. Pretty sure I know what the subtext is, but I refuse to read that deep," says Aldridge. Small talk over, the agent says Sarah's not budging on giving up her son, and Ellison suggests she's telling the truth, but Aldridge ain't having it, and says she's got a "guilty conscience," which is probably why she requested a priest, Father Armando Bonilla. The name doesn't ring a bell for Ellison, and Aldridge doesn't know what the connection is. "Did it ever occur to you she just might want to pray?" says Ellison. Oh, that's what you always think. Aldridge says what's occurred to him is that a priest is the only person other than a lawyer who Sarah can talk to, and they're not allowed to listen in.
Father Bonilla comes in, and Sarah asks if he remembers her. Yeah, the crazy family that hid out in his church? Yeah, he remembers you. He reminds that she told him there was a problem with her daughter. Sarah says she's better now, although she's in hiding, along with her son. She doesn't know where. "They're wanted. You have included them in your crimes," says Bonilla. She asks if he believes in the devil. Well, it's really a requirement of the faith, Sarah, but Bonilla's a little more equivocal. "Something opposes God. Something tempts man into sin," he says. Sarah says she believes something or someone wants this world to burn. "That day in the church, my daughter... you saw things, didn't you?" she asks. Bonilla says he prays every day to understand what happened. Sarah says she can explain it all for him, and then she's going to ask him to do something for her.