Leila and Sean. Leila wants to go to her house and look for evidence. Sean thinks it's a waste of time and wants to hide Leila somewhere. Because there's a huge superpowerful conspiracy looking for her. Although they're also looking for him. Also, he believes that when there's a murder warrant out for you, that means you're supposed to go out and look for evidence to clear your name. It apparently does not occur to him to call a lawyer or something. Leila refuses to be put on a shelf, saying she won't heal until she knows about her family. Sean refuses to put her at risk. There's a staredown.
Carter wants to know where the ambulance is. Collier doesn't know. How would she? Even if she definitely did call for one, it's not like she has a magic ambulance-tracking device. Suddenly! A truck screeches past the window. Sean has stolen the car (which he and Collier stole from those goons in Yuma) and he and Leila look at each other with absolutely no expression. Then they pull up at the Buchanan house. What? Isn't that house in Georgia? There wasn't even a commercial break! They just pulled out onto the road in Texas and then parked in Georgia less than thirty seconds later. Was this supposed to be happening at the same time as the stuff in Washington? Because one of the settings is a taut minute-by-minute thriller (although "taut" may be overstating it) and the other setting has someone driving a thousand miles in the middle of a scene.
Well, we're here at the Buchanan homestead, so we might as well make the best of it. There's police tape on the outside and those little colored numbers the people on CSI like to put on the ground next to shell casings. Leila sees a big bloodstain on the carpet and has a moment of emotion. They go into what looks like a rec room, but Leila claims it's her father's office. They start to search the room, which takes the form of Leila knocking books off of shelves while Sean throws couch cushions around. Neither one is looking at what they're doing. But then! Leila finds a box of stuff that distracts her. It contains Samantha's baby clothes, which is obviously the sort of thing an airline pilot would keep on an upper shelf in his home office. The music gets sappy. Then, when the show figures it's done enough to remind us that Samantha exists, Leila has an idea: they'll search the attic!
The attic is actually just a very high shelf in a closet. But it's so high that it requires a ladder to get to, so I guess I'll allow it. Leila proceeds to search the shelf, which you'll remember means that she just throws things to the ground without looking at them. Aha! She finds a thoroughly uninteresting file, which is the only thing that catches her eye. It appears to contain maps, which is obviously something crazy for a pilot to collect. There are also news clippings about Alaska and strange things in the sky.