Back in the shed, Cameron is asking what she should do with Riley. Probably not exactly what Riley wants to hear. "Child and family services respond to complaints. Are you a complainer?" asks Cameron. Riley protests, again asking what she'd even tell anybody. She's getting a little more frantic, as she can see Cameron trying to suss things out. Cameron says Riley's unreliable: "I don't know what you'd do." And it's like Cameron's making notes while trying to come to a decision: "You can't be John's girlfriend. You're a threat. You can't be here anymore, but I can't let you leave." So again, Riley, what is Cameron going to do with you? "Nothing," says a terrified Riley, who then elects to try to cling to Cameron's cover story for all it's worth: "You're his sister. Get it through your head. You're just his sister!" she says. John comes in, and takes in the scene, then asks Riley to come over. Riley's all, gladly! and comes over to give him a hug. He tells her to wait outside, and she leaves, and he turns to Cameron.
"Were you going to kill her?" he says. "I don't know what I was going to do," she says. John's all since when do you not know what you're going to do, but she doesn't know the answer to that either. She knows she SHOULD have killed her. John tells her it's not her decision to make. "It's usually not a decision," says Cameron, sounding a mixture of perturbed and perplexed. John says it is this time, but not hers. He asks what's happening to her. She doesn't know that, either.
With the social worker gone (or, let's face it, possibly DEAD), Sarah sashays through the house. She looks outside, looks pissed, pulls her gun out. Then she appears to think better of something. So she takes out the cartridge and ejects the bullet from the chamber and puts it all on the table. I wonder what made her draw her gun?
Oh, here we go: Riley, still alive. She's outside, talking to John. "I didn't make that call," she says. He says he knows; he believes her. Then he asks if there's anything she wants to tell him. About what, she asks. About anything, he says: "Because today is the day. Today is the day where you tell me whatever it is you wanna tell me. Today." Over his shoulder, Riley sees Sarah come out on the porch. John follows her line of vision, and Riley's face kinda crumples for a moment, and you think she might say something, but it passes. She says there's nothing she wants to tell him, and then asks if there's anything he wants to tell her: "Because you're right. I think today is the day." A tear rolls down her cheek. Over her shoulder, John looks at Cameron. Riley does too. Cameron cocks her head. God, poor Riley! Although if Cameron and Sarah plan to start firing at Riley, they shouldn't be in each other's line of fire like this. John looks back at his mom for good measure, and then says "no."