Of course, none of this would be happening if her father weren't selfishly getting waterboarded in a basement somewhere. Meanwhile, the kidnappers summon Elizabeth from her cell.
Nick pulls his car up to the INCREDIBLY isolated pond and brushes off Paige's concerns with a, "You don't want the ducks to starve, do you?" He then offers to introduce Henry to "Donald." Okay, at BEST he's infantilizing these children before doing God knows what to them. At worst, "Donald" is the name of his accomplice. He pulls a six-pack of beer out of the trunk and then leads the kids to what I'm pretty sure is the same clearing where the Zodiac killer murdered his seventh and eighth victims. At least there are ducks there. He may well have driven those kids to a warehouse with the windows boarded up and told them the ducks were swimming inside, and Paige probably still would've gone along with it. He cracks open a beer and offers it to Paige, because he's been studying the Handbook for the Aspiring Child Molester quite closely. Paige takes it and is weird. She sips unenthusiastically, which I guess is almost as good as saying "fuck this" and running away. He hands Henry a bag of breadcrumbs to go feed the birds farther away, and then he starts in on how Paige is going to be a "knockout." Sigh. Can we move this along already? Paige says they should go and Henry is like, "Way ahead of you," but they're only about ten paces away when Nick angrily hollers at them, saying that "Somebody paid for that beer." The kids stop for some reason, and listen to Nick ramble on about danger and how he did stupid things in his life and how we need people to call us on our shit. He asks Henry to fetch him another, beer and he's halfway down the road to talking about God -- the reddest of all flags -- when Henry spies the knife in his waistband. Henry takes the beer he went to fetch and clocks Nick over the head with it. The kids start running away for real this time.
Stan and Nina meet at an art museum of some kind in a video installation room. Once they're alone, Stan hands Nina a tiny camera and tells her she needs to take photos of some secure documents. Doesn't matter which ones. She snaps at him that he said she could trust him -- now he's sending her in on a suicide mission for undefined document photos. What happened to the plan to get her out? Stan says this IS the plan. He tries to connect with her by saying that he's been where she's been, undercover behind enemy lines. He tells her she can do it. "We" can do it. She tells him that even if she could take the pictures, she could never smuggle them out. Security is too tight. "You won't have to," Stan assures her. Well that's nice and cryptic.