Flashback to said drunken tryst! They're talking about how they're fooling Sarah by being all touchy-feely in front of her, and tickling each other, and then they start making out for real. Hott.
Jacob tells Paul they can't keep Megan "here" -- I think he means at the house, but he means the kitchen, because lest we forget, Jacob is also a sociopath. He says he'll help Paul put her in the basement.
Ryan and Parker stand out front of the Kesters' house. She's furious that Maggie fooled her and it led to Riley's death.
Flashback to Carroll signing his book for Ryan. They've had a few and are very chummy, and this is meant to be a parallel to Parker getting fooled by Maggie, because Ryan thanks Carroll for taking his mind off the case for a night. Carroll muses about how Ryan's solitary pursuit must be lonely, but at least there's the payoff of saving lives, right? He suggests one more Scotch. Ryan agrees.
Ryan tells Parker Carroll fooled him. He says he knows what the followers feel as Raines, in the hospital, screams to Carroll that he's sorry, then leans over and bites off a hunk of his bandage. Eww. He moans some more about how sorry he is as he chokes himself. This might be the grossest thing in this episode. Ryan says if he hadn't fallen for Carroll's charm, five of his victims might be alive.
Ryan goes to see Claire. She got the email Emma was supposed to send: it's a video of Jacob showing Joey how to set bugs on fire with a magnifying glass, telling him if he kills something, his life means more. There's a mouse in a jar, and Jacob tells him to screw the lid on so the mouse will suffocate and go to heaven. Joey says he's never killed anything before.
Claire is crying. Ryan tells her they're going to find him. On the video, Emma tells Joey to wave at the camera and say "Hi, Ryan."
Next week: Megan is still in the basement. Maggie kidnaps Ryan's sister. And actual ravens show up. Not Ray Lewis. Although he'd fit right in.