Kate, Farad, and Ambassador Nechayev continue to discuss the issue of the right of return. Once again, it's hard to see any progress being made. After a few minutes of this, Farad stands up and says, "We are prepared to sacrifice, but not to formalize our dispossession." And with that, he leaves.
Discussions also continue with the security group, and again, there is no progress. They end the talks early so that the Israeli PM and Defense Minister can prepare for Shabbat. After they leave, the Palestinian PM tells Leo, Toby, and Josh that the Israeli government continually undermines moderate Palestinian leadership by motivating the population to become more radical.
Leo exits a limo. Although his driver holds an umbrella above the door of the limo as Leo gets out, it doesn't seem to actually be raining. I think they did that just to create some mystery about who might be arriving. It didn't work. The rest of the staff is meeting with Jed in a cabin, going over the status of each issue and how far apart the two sides remain. Leo enters the cabin, and although Josh looks over at him, not one person says hello. The meeting breaks up, and most of them leave the cabin. Leo walks over to Toby; both of them seen almost entirely in dark silhouette in front of a picture window looking out onto some really lush trees. Josh walks up and joins them. Leo asks them how it's going, and they both just look down. Toby asks Leo if he's going to talk to him, and Josh says, "Somebody better do something, or this time next week we're going to be the ones to lose our right to return." These last few lines were incredibly hard to hear over the thunder in the background. It was either thunder or falling anvils. They can sound so much alike.