Apparently they are. Parker tells the boys they'll take a helicopter to the closest landing strip. Local law enforcement will back them up. She hands Ryan a firearm and swears him to uphold the Constitution, blah blah, kind of.
Claire is asking Ryan how they're going to find Joey without an address, and Ryan says yeah, that's their plan: going door-to-door. Brilliant. Mike says the chopper is ready, so Claire and Ryan hug good-bye. He starts to apologize for not being better about the breakup, and Claire's like, DUDE GO FIND MY SON ALREADY WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU. He promises to bring Joey home and says then he wants them to talk. She tells him to be careful. Oh my god, dude. Time and place.
Back at the farmhouse, Paul says it's time to call Roderick, whoever that is. Emma says she already left a message for him, and that she handled the situation with Joey. Paul wants to smack some sense into him, but this is apparently where psycho killer Emma draws the line: stabbing your slut mom is okay, kidnapping is fine, but spanking is not. Good to see she has some boundaries. Paul says Joey is bound to figure out that they're lying to him, but Emma insists that Joey's fine. Joey is at the top of the stairs, eavesdropping, and it's interesting that he hasn't heard either of them calling her "Emma" yet. She asks about Jacob, and Paul says he's still in the basement.
Olivia approaches Claire's house. Deputy Marshal Turner (the guy who hates Ryan) answers the door. Olivia says she needs to speak to Claire alone, and says she'll be very interested in what Olivia has to say. Olivia tells Claire Carroll wanted her to deliver a message: "If you want to see Joey, be at the corner of Broad and 26th St. at 3 p.m. this afternoon. Come alone and tell no one." Claire starts to protest that the FBI is working on it, but Olivia says that according to Carroll, the only way she'll see Joey is by following his instructions.
Dutchess County. Ryan and Mike's helicopter lands, they get in police cars and head to the county police department. They explain to the locals which cell towers the call came from, and give them the description of the house. My new favorite person, Logical Cop, says about 150 properties match the description Joey gave. Ryan seems all pissy that no one is working miracles for him. I know what we need: Cerebro! Just pop over to Westchester and borrow it. God, this show would be so much more interesting if everyone involved was a mutant.