After the conference, Sophia and Thomas walk through the lobby of wherever they are, apparently unconcerned that someone might see them. Sophia complains that Thomas should have told her that people didn't want to leave. She feels that his job was to keep track of things like that, not build a huge financial empire. He defends the empire as being necessary for getting all the isotopes and trace materials they need. Simon joins them (because there's no possible downside for him being seen in the company of Sophia) and Thomas excuses himself, saying that he needs to meet with some bankers.
Here is a shock: Thomas isn't meeting with bankers at all. Gosh! He's actually meeting with Isabel in what looks like an incredibly public park in Washington, DC. I can only assume that that means the They Conference was also in DC. Such a bad idea. And speaking of bad ideas, Isabel wants to make Thomas the new leader of They. She bugs him about making some kind of power move to take Sophia's place, and he says that his plan is to go with Sophia to get the Key Module, then kill her. That Thomas, he's a wily one.
In a bed somewhere, Sean and Leila are making out. There are a lot fewer scene-establishing captions than there used to be. Sean says that his shoulder still hurts, but that his leg is starting to feel better. I don't even remember when he hurt his leg. His phone, which is on the bedside table, rings. Let me rephrase that. His phone, WHICH IS INEXPLICABLY ON, rings. It's Agent Collier, who doesn't even bring up the question of whether Sean is still wanted for murder, or whether Leila should maybe come and tell the government about the people who were holding her hostage. Instead, Collier exposits that Sean sent her the list of girls that they got from Michael Buchanan's notes, and that they check out as girls that have been kidnapped. And conveniently enough, one of them escaped a few days ago and was returned to her parents. She texts him the address, which is just outside of Tulsa. Leila says that if they leave right now, they can be there in 12 hours, which is an hour or so on the optimistic side if they're still in Atlanta. Sean gets out of bed, and we see that the news has been on the television the whole time. That seems unlikely. It's only on now so that we can get an update on a different plot, which is that Vice President Jarvis survived the car bomb that appeared to kill him in the last episode. Say, I thought Leila said she and Sean didn't have any money. How are they renting a hotel room?