Leila opens her front door and Luis asks if everything's okay. She invites him in for a drink. He's just standing out in the rain, so he's okay with the suggestion. He's probably starting to think she's kind of crazy, since all she does is stare out the window, cut herself, and invite people in for drinks. She's got the makings of a Tennessee Williams heroine. She takes his jacket and lifts his phone. Then she goes off to use the upstairs bathroom. Locking the door behind her, she calls 911 to say that she's being held prisoner by the people who blew up the Washington Monument. But she doesn't know where she is, and the 911 operator sounds skeptical. Downstairs, Luis pours the wine, waits, gets bored, and looks for his phone in his coat. Leila says she's in a housing development, but the 911 lady says that her GPS must be deactivated, so she's untrackable. You know, because before every phone had a GPS in it, it was impossible to get any information on where they were calling from. There certainly aren't cell towers that can be tracked. Anyway, Luis breaks into the bathroom, and Leila kicks him in the head and hits him with a lamp. She runs out, right down the middle of the street. It might be a good idea to make your escape in somewhere other than the most well-lit, visible place in all of Alientown.
Back in France, Dempsey tells Sean that everything he's done with the best of intentions so he could stop what's about to happen. Oh, and he's part of a tribe of sentinels who try to protect humanity from the non-terrestrials. Sean, who is covered in soot, says Dempsey's wrong. He has no basis for this statement, and it's not even clear what Dempsey's wrong about. I guess it's his claim that the aliens are planning something horrible. But Sean had like one conversation with Sophia, so I don't know why he's so confident in her. During this conversation, Dempsey's goon is standing about twenty feet away, pointing a gun at them. Vicky's there too, but she's just looking shifty instead of accomplishing anything.
Dempsey's blathering about how the sentinels see the vast tapestry of humanity, and that someone "outside of our group" could do something. And Sean's elected, because he's so implausibly successful at things. The show actually tries to use its poorly constructed plots to justify the idea that Sean must obviously be a born superspy. It's worth a try, I guess. Sean's not buying any of this: "The truth is, you're a monster. An evil and crazy old man." And so on. Dempsey says that the goon will give Sean something that will be helpful. Then Dempsey SHOOTS HIMSELF IN THE HEAD! Sure, just kill yourself. That'll convince people you're not crazy! The goon hands Sean a duffel bag and takes off. The fire department is on the way, and Sean and Vicky are stuck with a dead Hal Holbrook, so they have to get going too. I wonder if we're going to start pretending that Dempsey wasn't kidnapping half-aliens and turning them extremely old so he could use their alien juice to turn himself young for ten seconds.