That night, the Jenningses are getting ready to go out for the night. The babysitter is having dinner with the kids. Philip asks Elizabeth if she finished with "the Kruzinsky package," and she says nice. Great code! They head out, though not before Elizabeth stops to cluck disapprovingly at Paige's red bra strap. "Things are different than when you grew up," Paige impatiently tells her mom. "People are, like, freer." HA! "Also, Brezhnev isn't in charge anymore, Mom."
Not sure where the Jenningses said they were going, but after a stop to the Dumb Disguise Factory (Philip's got a molester-stache!), they arrive at the apartment of Heylia from Weeds. She opens the door, and Philip says they need to talk about her son. "Is there something wrong?" He says yes, and they both barge in. Philip makes sure no one else is home -- just her son, lying on his bed. Philip breaks it down for her: her son (the guy from the college) has been poisoned, and only Philip has the antidote. If her son doesn't get the antidote in 72 hours, he will die. In order to obtain said antidote and save her son's Heylia is to retrieve the clock from her employer Secretary Weinberger's study and give it to Philip, then he will give it to her to return the next day, "one-two." He is going to leave his "nurse" (Elizabeth) here with her to take care of the son in the interim (indeed, she's already fetching him a glass of water). Heylia predictably freaks out and tries to run and scream for the police, but Philip subdues her. He convinces her that the clock is her only way out of this. He leaves her with Elizabeth, as she mutters, "Please God" to herself, over and over.
After the break, Team Jennings is readying for bed, and Philip is fretting about all that God talk coming from Heylia. It's an unpredictable factor, and it plays into Philip's dissatisfaction about not being able to do proper prep on this mission. He's also looking out the window for signs of Stan's car. He anticipates some late nights on this mission, and he'd rather not be crossing paths with Stan at 4 AM. Elizabeth wonders if he's still suspicious after last week's garage break-in, but Philip seems to think that finding nothing in that trunk made Stan feel foolish. Best to be wary of him, of course, but if he had any real suspicions of them, the Feds would already be busting down their door. Fair point. Elizabeth then starts to think out loud about what would happen to the kids if anything should befall them. "Henry would adjust," she says, but Paige..." Well, look at that. Elizabeth expressing concern for her children! Philip tries to convince her they'd both be fine, but Elizabeth thinks Paige is delicate. Not sure if someone like Elizabeth means that as a weakness or not.