FIVE YEARS EARLIER, in Del Mar, CA (I used to work there! I wonder if that movie theater is still open), Vicky is part of some kind of assassin squad. She screws a silencer onto her pistol as some guy tells her the orders are to kill everyone. The team busts into the house, which sets off the alarm. That sort of makes the silencers a waste of time, doesn't it? They shoot some people and Vicky hears a baby crying. She follows the noise until she finds the baby in question, and they look at each other. Hola, baby! (Nick Kroll reference!) And before we see whether she kills an innocent baby, the flashback ends.
In a tiny roadside store, Sean is using a pay phone to call his pal Nick. Nick is a day-trading jerk (remember them?) and wants to get off the phone because Europe just opened. But the news that Leila is in trouble gets Nick's attention. Sean asks Nick to "run a locate" on a phone number. They have a fairly clichéd exchange about "What did you get yourself into?" and Nick's in. Collier drags Sean out of the store, and we discover that he's had the sense to buy himself a phone charger. Too bad he didn't check his voicemail while he had access to a phone, huh?
In the car, Sean connects his phone to the charger and it comes back on. He gets the voice message and tells Collier that Leila's at a police station in Snyder. She says it's not too far from there, which suggests that she knows a lot about the cities of Texas. Sean calls the police station and gets put through to Leila. She seems glad to hear from him, and even more glad to hear that he's only an hour away. Neither of them question why they'd both be in Texas, given that the last time they saw each other was on a cruise ship. And they don't know this, but both of them were in Florida a day or so ago. She recaps her experience, although the part I was interested in gets skipped: "They were gonna force my dad to --" "I know, I know." Does she know her father was being forced to try to fly a plane into the president? If so, why hasn't she asked if he's okay? Anyway, she also says "I knew you would find me," which is a less impressive feat when you remember that she left a voicemail message telling him exactly where to go. They exchange "I love you"s and that's the end of the call.