FIVE YEARS EARLIER, a grey-haired fella tells Vicky she was supposed to kill everyone and burn the house down. She assures him that's exactly what she did. Then she walks into her house and complains that her mother left the door unlocked. Blah blah blah, it turns out she kept the baby she was supposed to kill. And it's going to grow into Adam, who's the kid we saw last episode. Sean took his picture with his phone, remember
Vicky finishes looking thoughtful and leaves Leila alone in the records room.
Sean and Collier drive into Snyder. DB is up on the roof of the police station and radios down to Vicky to tell her he sees the car. "I got my M-24. I could end this right now." Nope. "Our orders are to be discreet." WHAT? Discreet? After that FBI office in Yuma? And there have to be at least a few dead police officers in Snyder. It's way too late to be discreet here.
Sean and Collier pull up outside the police station. And suddenly! Nick calls him to tell him he's located Vicky's phone. It's right there in Snyder. See, Vicky's got one of those phones you can trace, as long as it's important to the plot. Sean realizes that if Vicky's there, it's a trap. But he wants to go in anyway. Collier shouts at him about how stupid that plan is. Sean asks for a gun, but he is denied. What to do? Sean has an idea! He texts Vicky that picture of Adam, then calls her. Ah, threatening her innocent son. Nice one, "hero." This episode has a lot of innocents being threatened, doesn't it? Vicky answers and Sean tells her he's going to walk in and walk out with Leila "or your son's picture and address go viral." I have no idea what this show thinks "go viral" means. I guess Sean's threatening to publish pictures of Vicky's son, which will be bad for Vicky somehow. He doesn't explain how he'll do that if he gets shot five seconds after walking into the police station. He also hangs up right after telling Vicky this, because why would you want to hear someone's response to your threat? Come to think of it, that might be where Thomas made his mistake. If President Martinez hadn't had time to threaten the detainees, everyone would be fine.
So now Sean's going in. Collier gives him a gun./p>
DB reports that Sean's coming in alone, which everyone can see. When he walks in it, looks like all the lights are out. That might just be in the lobby, though. Vicky holds a gun on Sean, then turns and shoots a bunch of the nameless extra fake-cops. Collier shoots at the roof. DB shoots back. Bang! Bang! Kapow! This sure is discreet! Vicky tells Sean that "she's in the back." Collier shoots DB, and he falls off the roof, but he might still be alive. Bang! Sean kicks a door down and he's reunited with Leila. Great, so that plot's over, right? Once they're done kissing, I mean. Sean tells the last remaining cop to drop his gun, but Vicky shoots him first. She tells Sean and Leila to go. Oh, so I guess that redeems her for all the kidnapping and killing. Collier pulls the car up and shouts, "Get in!" Off they go.