Nick arrives at his place in the morning, and finds Egan napping on the curb outside with all of his belongings nearby. Nick wakes him up and asks what he's doing there. Egan, looking quite hung over, says that he was out at the bachelor party, and it occurred to him that Nick might need some company, because he knows it's not easy being alone. In other words, Egan is lonely but won't admit it. Nick doesn't say anything, but he does pick up Egan's suitcase and walk inside.
At church, Malcolm is speaking from the pulpit. He asks God to look in on those who couldn't make it to church that day. As he speaks, he sees Franny walk in and sit down alone in the back. He continues, and each line he speaks corresponds to a scene of one of his fellow hostages. As they show Franny, Malcolm asks for justice. As they show Jeremy reading a pamphlet about becoming a parent, Malcolm asks for forgiveness for those who have sinned. Jeremy's a doctor. Does he really need a pamphlet? As they show Lizzie jogging again, Malcolm asks for strength, wisdom, and compassion for fathers and mothers. As they show Lucas in a hospital gown, Malcolm asks for help for prisoners, and those who are sick, as well as the less fortunate.
The choir starts singing the same song we heard in the opening montage, which is a nice bookend. While the music plays, we flash back to the robbery again. Randall has just re-entered the bank, and Lucas is left outside, literally holding the bag. He looks around, and then grabs the other money bag and runs back into the bank. He and Randall share a look; Lucas looks angry while Randall looks amused. He comments, "Well, well, well. Looks like we're all in this thing together now." They really want Randall to be like Sawyer, and it's just not working out for me. Although I do like Lucas, so there's that.