"Impressive, Mr. Walker. I think it's time we had a little talk." Hey, it's Dempsey! I'd assumed he was in the cars that were leaving, but he stuck around. And he brought a goon, who grabs Sean's gun.
Leila, meanwhile, is alone in Alientown. Her minder is standing outside the house, probably wondering how he got stuck with such a lousy job. I wonder if he's on duty 24 hours a day, or if Leila cold just sneak out when he's asleep. She's got a different plan: she takes a kitchen knife and cuts herself on the palm of the hand. That way, when she yells for Luis the Minder, he can panic and take her to the medic.
The medic is set up in another generic housing development house, and patients are in the various bedrooms. Simon's in there, attached to a bed with medical restraints. Weren't they supposed to kill him? Or maybe use his extensive knowledge of the inner workings of the White House? It seems like kind of a waste to just tie him to a bed and leave him there. After Leila gets her hand bandaged, she sneaks into Simon's room and asks him if he can talk. He doesn't give any impression that he's conscious, but she goes ahead and starts talking to him anyway so she can apologize for her father turning him in. It turns out he's conscious after all, because he tells her about the genocide plan. He tells her that there's a woman named Irina Bogdanova in Siberia, and she's essential for the plan. Leila doesn't have a phone, but Simon says there are a few people with working phones. Like Sophia. Finally, feeling that he's given her plenty of information, Simon says, "Get help. Go!" You know, he's not dying. He could tell her things like "Here's how to sneak out of Alientown" and "This code will get you straight to President Martinez."