Outside, Philip continues to rant and whine about "How could they do this?" Oh, I'm sorry, were the fucking KGB's tactics too ruthless for you? Boo hoo. He asks Elizabeth what they did to her. When she tells him it was just psychological torture -- pictures of the kids, no questions -- he stops in his tracks, coming to a realization: she wasn't the real suspect. He was. He accuses her of telling them that he considered defecting. Well, this is just a marvel of emotional control from Philip all around, isn't it? She denies it, but she does so in a way that makes it incredibly obvious that there's something else to the story. These two are such terrible spies. NICE POKER FACE, LIZ. "You're lying," Philip says, "I can see it." Like he's using his special lie-detection skills. Claudia can see it and she's inside the warehouse with both eyes swollen shut. Congratulations, though. Elizabeth finally comes clean that she had told Zhukov a whole ago that she thought Philip was getting to like it in America too much. This of course brings up the classic rift between them. Philip likes his life as an American and Elizabeth thinks this makes him a weak spy. Elizabeth refuses to let go of her core Soviet identity and Philip thinks this makes HER not as good a covert operative. It's a pretty strong point of conflict, but I just don't feel like rehashing THEM rehashing it all again.
Back at home, Paige is giving Henry deserved props for stepping up with Nick the Perv earlier. Henry feels guilty that Nick maybe wasn't going to do anything bad, but Paige assures him he was a creep. IMAGINE THAT, PAIGE. She tells her brother it took courage to do what he did, but they should keep this whole day a secret. Yes, I can see why Paige would want to keep the details of how she bullied her little brother into accepting a ride from an obviously sketchy dude in a Dodge and this necessitated him committing an assault to bail her ass out. Yeah, better keep that as a sibling secret. Anyway, Henry admits that he "had an accident" in all the commotion and she nicely agrees to help him keep THAT a secret as well.
At the Rezidentura, Nina sneaks away from Library Time to spirit away some files, take them into the ladies' room and photograph them with the camera Stan gave her. She's very nervous, but she gets the job done quickly. On her way to return the files, she's intercepted by a young, good looking colleague. (She couldn't blow HIM for information?) She covers with small-talk about dinner and manages to get out of the conversation quickly.