Vicky and the jerk make themselves comfortable in the kitchen of the house where they've got Leila stashed. The jerk puts his beers in the refrigerator and Vicky complains about him drinking on the job, but he says they're just waiting for "the word," and that Leila will be dead in two hours. Down in the basement, Leila has heard everything.
Hey, new set! Welcome to the Bio Quarantine Facility in Fairfax, Virginia. And it's that air marshal from the first episode! He starts to describe what happened on the plane, which makes me worried that we're going to get caught up in a Mobius Strip of narrative. But luckily for me, we cut away to hear from some other people, and they all have gaps in their memory. Nothing between being on the plane and waking up, apparently. So there's a lot of "Nobody will even tell me where I am!" going on. Oh, these poor people who I don't care about. First they're on a plane that's going to crash, then they vanish, then they're fine, then they're dead, then they're alive, and now they have amnesia. And none of it matters. These people don't even have names! President Martinez is watching the interviews from behind some of the one-way mirrors that this show is so fond of. A doctor claims to have run PET scans for the autopsies, in clear defiance of the fact that none of these people have been autopsied. It's pretty hard to survive one of those. But the point is that there's some mitochondrial activity that wasn't there before. Martinez wants to know why They (that's what I've decided to call Sophia's people who aren't detained) would pretend to kill all these people, and Vice President Jarvis suggests that maybe it was a display of power. Someone comes by to tell Jarvis that Michael Buchanan is awake, but that Sterling is already interrogating him. This angers Jarvis for some reason, although I feel like the Director of the CIA is a more appropriate person for the task than the Vice President.
Sterling wants to know why Buchanan was trying to fly a plane into the President's compound. Buchanan is distracted by the fact that his wife was murdered and his daughters kidnapped. Hey, remember the other Buchanan daughter? Samantha? Yeah, she's probably out there somewhere. Sterling asks again who was forcing Michael to fly the plane, and the only scrap of information he can come up with is that Leila knew the girl and said her name was Vicky. Hey, remember the phone conversation that Leila had with her father? The one where Leila was on the beach with Vicky, Sean, and Dude? It's too bad she didn't share any extra information on that call.