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.
Now it's nighttime at the farmhouse. The SWAT team is in position. Emma is still stalking around staring meaningfully at everyone when the phone rings. She leaves to answer it. When she comes back, she says everything's cool and they just need to sit tight a little longer. Paul isn't satisfied, but Emma snaps at him to relax and have a little faith. She goes upstairs to check on Joey. Ryan sardonically tells Paul, yeah, the house is surrounded by cops and the roads are all closed, but what he really needs to do is have faith. Paul belts Ryan across the face and grabs the gun from Jacob. Ryan spits out a mouthful of blood, but otherwise does not look affected. Compared to the magnets effing up his pacemaker, he seems to think this is just peachy.
Upstairs, Emma wakes Joey up and hustles him out of the room.
Claire is sitting on a couch, toweling the water out of her hair. That was polite of him. You don't want your hostages catching cold. She apologizes for running and asks why she can't go home if Joey's not coming here. Charlie says that wasn't the plan. She asks what the plan was and he says there are things he can't tell her, like who Roderick is. But Claire observes that it must be a pseudonym, because Roderick is the main character in The Fall of the House of Usher. Charlie says he's a friend of Carroll's. Claire asks why she listens to Carroll and what's going on. Charlie says Carroll is teaching him to feel his life. Ick.
Flashback to Charlie visiting the prison and filling Carroll in on every single thing Claire did in the previous week. Carroll looks absolutely disgusted that she went to a Celine Dion concert. Charlie says she was wearing a little black dress and looked great, and he actually smiles for the first time. Charlie apologizes for his inappropriate thoughts, but Carroll says it's easy to fall for Claire. Charlie tells Carroll he can trust him.