Okay, enough of that stuff. Let's go check in on Sean and Leila! They are ... in a motel. It's morning, but Leila has apparently not taken a shower. I guess the show thinks that keeping her face dirty is the best way to remind us about her being kidnapped for the last five episodes. The second-best way is for her to keep talking about it, apparently. She tells Sean that she knew he was out looking for her. Also, she wants to know what happened to her father.
Also in a motel (probably the same one, in fact), Collier is interrogating Carter. Carter's the jerk played by DB Sweeney. In case you forgot. And this scene wouldn't help you remember it, because he won't tell Collier his name. In fact, all he'll say is that he wants a doctor for the broken leg he sustained falling off the roof after Collier shot him. And probably for the gunshot wound, too.
Sean has told Leila what's been going on with him, and she doesn't understand the part about the plane teleporting from Miami to Florida. She asks how her father explained it, but Sean didn't stick around long enough to find out. He says that "some sort of aircraft" started moving in and that he ran. As I remember, those aircraft looked like military helicopters. The They have a fleet of helicopters? That's something to remember, I guess. She would also like to know about what happened to her father and (to a lesser extent) the rest of the passengers, and I think the reason this isn't interesting is that I already know the answer. In fact, Sean is behind by at least a couple of ridiculous plot developments. Anyway, Sean tells Leila that the plane allegedly vanished over Brazil. And does Sean know anything about Leila's mother? He stammers a bit and comes out with the news that her father told him that the baddies killed her mother. Man, nothing says drama like one character telling another character about things that happened five episodes ago. Leila refuses to believe him, saying "No!" through clenched teeth in a really annoying way. Oh! But now everyone remembers that Samantha exists, so I guess we can spend another few episodes watching people try to track down Leila's sister.