Flashback to Parker and her parents. She says she wanted to know how they were doing and Parker's mother says she never should have left. Her father offers to talk to "the council" see if they'll take her back. Ah, so she's a cult expert because she was raised in one. How unexpected.
Present. Parker says they're stalling and asks Mike if he's been able to track the e-mail. He hasn't.
Jacob comes down the stairs and Ryan decides it's time to talk about the threesome. Jacob can't believe Paul told him, but Ryan thinks it's perfectly logical, since they were posing as a gay couple for such a long time. It's natural they'd start banging. Jacob is inclined to beat the shit out of Ryan, but Paul stops him and says he's just talking, so Jacob should ignore it. Ryan is still prodding him, though, and Jacob gets really angry. He asks if Ryan wants him to kill Megan and starts screaming about how no one thinks he can do it. He starts strangling her, but Paul pulls him off and tells him to keep it together. In the confusion, Ryan manages to get his hands on a knife Paul left on a nearby table. Stupid Paul.
Parker and Mike are still locked up in that RV together. He says he's unscrambled an e-mail from Charlie saying that he has Claire. It was sent from a warehouse in Richmond. Parker tells him to give Turner the location. Ava comes in and says SWAT has arrived. The captain tells her just to say the word and he'll take the house, but Parker is concerned about Joey, Ryan and Megan. She asks if he can guarantee their safety. He can't. She tells him to put his men in position and wait for her signal. Mike and Ava go out to join the SWAT team.
Charlie calls someone and asks to speak to Roderick. He fills him in on how they don't have Joey. While he's around the corner, asking what Roderick wants him to do with Claire, Claire grabs the keys from his jacket on the back of a chair. She runs to the gate and struggles with the lock. She gets it open and runs, but Charlie is right behind her. She hides next to a dripping pipe, but he finds her. Well, that was anticlimactic.