One week later, Malcolm reports back to the bank for work. He is welcomed by his co-workers, and there are various treats and cards all over his desk. He sits down and has a flashback to Randall knocking out the security guard. In the present day, Malcolm glances up and sees a new security guard by the door.
A guard at the jail tells Lucas that Randall is out of his coma. Lucas flashes back to just before the robbery, when Randall told him, "There is no other time. Now."
Nick turns in his statement to the cops. The guy on duty says (sarcastically?), "Thanks, Detective. This is going to be reeeeeal helpful." Nick notices the FBI guy walking through the station with Pete. He asks Pete when his hearing will be, so that he can be reinstated. Pete wants to talk about it privately, and Nick accuses Pete of "scapegoating" him. Pete denies it. Nick thinks it's due to his father and his history, but Pete interrupts to say that Nick is being reinstated without a hearing, and is going to be given a medal, and a promotion to boot. Nick wonders what the catch is, and Pete says that Nick needs to keep his big opinions to himself. Nick wonders what happens if he doesn't, and Pete just says that this is a chance for Nick to "get rid of some old ghosts."
Kathryn is in her office bathroom, trimming her hair to match the piece that was cut off. She's just now doing that? She went around for a week with her hair all uneven? Ed walks in and points out that Kathryn could go to a salon or something. He brings up the witness Kathryn was talking about in her opening scene -- the one who was scared of testifying against her thug boyfriend. Apparently, the witness refused to testify, and Kathryn is okay with that, because she has a newfound respect for people's need for personal safety. Ed starts to get mad about it, but realizes what Kathryn's motivation is and backs off.
Lizzie sits in on a group-therapy session for survivors of some sort of illness. One survivor talks about how, when she was diagnosed, she felt a rush of support and love, but that when she started to get better, people seemed to forget about her. The survivor adds that the group helps her because, as she says, "I don't want to be forgotten, and I don't want to forget."
Egan reports back to work. His co-workers call him "Rambo" and a "hero." He walks into his cubicle, which looks just like the one from Office Space. He sits at his computer and sees a message that Lizzie called, which brings a smile to his face.