Collier is still talking to the woman. Sean strolls in and announces that he knows about Adam, which means that the woman is Vicky's mother. Collier threatens the woman with Child Protective Services until she finally gives them a phone number, which she says is her only way of contacting Vicky. Sean and Collier are apparently satisfied with that and stroll out of the house. Hey, here's an idea: when Sean was busy backdooring things, how come he didn't check on the SUV he and Vicky were in? It might give them some information on those dead goons back in Yuma. Oh! And if they'd had the sense to check the goon that drove into the brush, they could have gotten his phone.
Back to the basement. Vicky lays down some plastic while Leila begs her not to kill her. Her specific line of argument is "I know this isn't your choice," which I guess means that someone was forcing Vicky to force Michael to fly the plane. I am losing hope that the Evil Plan, when it is revealed, will make any damn sense at all. Vicky holds the gun to Leila's head. Leila finally breaks the rope, then grabs the gun and runs. She locks a door behind her, but Vicky breaks the glass in it. Leila shoots, and Vicky falls. We're almost done with the episode, so something dopey is probably going to happen soon.
Leila runs through the night. She sees a police car! Hey, stop! She has one of those panicky, unhelpful conversations that start with "He's after me!" but never stops to elaborate on who "he" is. The police officer calls her in as a "possible 1096" and puts her in the back of the car. At the police station, which does appear to be in Texas, the cop talks with an older officer about her story. They seem skeptical, but they do agree to let her make one call.
Sean and Collier stroll out to their SUV talking about the emergency phone number they got from Vicky's mother. It's area code 720, which is Colorado. Collier's ex-husband did "a stint in Denver," which sounds vaguely dirty. Just then! Sean's phone rings, but before he can answer it, it shuts down due to lack of battery. Leila leaves a message that she's in "this police station. In this town. Snyder. In Texas. I got away." Also, the police don't believe her and she wants him to come get her and she loves him. That about covers it. You'd think she'd also want to call someone about her father and sister, but maybe not.
FIVE YEARS EARLIER, Leila and Leila's mother sneak into a different room and talk about Sean. Mom seems to like Sean, which kind of conflicts with the way she talked about him in the pilot. Michael apologizes for putting Sean on the spot about his family and offers him some kind of alcohol. Scotch. He brags about how it's "very rare stuff. Gift from a friend." They hold on to the bottle for long enough that it's probably supposed to be interesting. It's unreadable, but I'm going to go with "Natape." It's 18 years old. Michael tells Sean, "Welcome to the family," which seems premature. I happen to know that he's not even going to propose to Leila for another five years.
Back in the Snyder police station, the older cop asks Leila if she'd like some water, or maybe tea. She'd like water. He walks in the back, where someone is getting candy from a vending machine. It's that jerk! You know, the one played by DB Sweeney! The cop tells him, "She made the call, but Walker didn't pick up." And Vicky's here, too! We see key moments from the episode again, but this time we see the jerk putting the glass where Leila could find it. And we see Vicky loading her gun with blanks. So this was all an incredibly elaborate plan. And an unnecessary one, since they could have just called Sean and said "Hey, we're in Snyder and we've got your girlfriend" and he would have been there just as quickly.
Vicky calls someone, who tells her to "take care of" Sean when he gets there."