Ryan tells Lopez he's going to go around the back of the house. Lopez says he'll check the barn.
Hank calls Eyebrows, asking him if he has Claire. Eyebrows says she's late. In the car's side mirror, Hank sees Lopez moving through the woods. He unzips a bag that's in the open back of the SUV. Nice knowing you, Lopez.
Lopez is in the barn. He whispers, "Mr. Hardy?" Hank comes around a corner. Lopez nervously draws his gun and Hank asks if something's wrong. He walks toward Lopez, hands half-up, talking about how the gun is making him nervous, then manages to wrestle with Lopez for the gun and shoot him in the gut. Ryan comes into the barn and doesn't hesitate; he shoots Hank dead. Man, the filing cabinet at FBI headquarters labeled "Extralegal Shit Ryan Hardy Does" must be overflowing by now.
Emma comes down the stairs and asks Paul and Jacob if they heard the gunshot. They go outside to look for Hank as Jacob freaks out. Emma pulls handguns from the back of the SUV and tells Jacob and Paul to find him. Ryan calls for an ambulance on Lopez's shoulder radio, then tells him to hold pressure on his wound. Ryan says help is coming, but it's too late. Lopez is dead. Mike is hailing him on the radio, and Ryan says it's too late, that he's gone. Ava, who's driving Mike, says, "Dammit." Rather unconvincingly. Ryan tells Mike he's going in and runs off.
Joey is getting restless, locked in his room. He tries the door and starts hollering and banging on it and kicking.
At the prison, Olivia goes in to see Carroll again. She tells him the FBI has located the farmhouse but they don't have Joey yet. She says she delivered his message to the press and it was picked up by the national news. This delights him. She says she also delivered the message to Claire but hasn't heard anything. Carroll says she's been very helpful today. Olivia asks what she's done. He acts all offended and says he chose her for her ambition and lack of conscience. She says she won't be his messenger, but he points out that being the messenger of Carroll's misdeeds is better than being the recipient, no?