Sean and Vicky run into a field. She's out of breath, which is fair, what with the smoke inhalation. The duffel bag has a scroll and some (probably fake) passports. Vicky assures him that Dempsey was crazy. Sean's phone rings (sure, of course he still has his phone on. Why wouldn't he? Don't tell me about your "international data roaming" and your "international fugitive") and it's Leila. She's still in Alientown, hiding behind a bush, and she tells him that Sophia blew up the monument. She also brings him up to speed about Thomas's death, although I can't remember if Sean has any idea who Thomas is. Finally, she relays the extremely vague news that Sophia's looking for a weapon in Siberia and that a woman named "Irina Bogdanova" is important. Well, Siberia's only a little over five million square miles in size, so how hard can it be to find someone in it?
Leila hangs up when Michael finds her, but she won't tell him who she called. That's not too hard to find out on a cell phone, you know. I'm starting to wonder if this show is somehow created exclusively by people who have never used cell phones.
President Martinez comes home and his wife cheerily greets him. He shows her the file and tells her, "It's a file. On you. On your family." He says he couldn't read the file because he needs her to tell him if there's something about her that she needs to know. She looks sad and nods. "Tell me." "Can't." "As your husband, as the man you love. Tell me." "I wanted to, from the moment I knew we would spend our lives together, I wanted to tell you... I thought they would destroy you. So every year I just buried it deeper and deeper." "Christina!" "My parents were not from Cuba." "Where are they from?" "The Dominican." BUM! Wait, what? "They're here illegally." Oh, they forged documents to sneak into Cuba so they could go from there to America. That's her big secret. Or it's the big secret she tells him. He accepts it. She looks around shiftily. I still think he should get her DNA tested.