Barbie wakes up in his car to the sound of Norrie and Joe oohing and ahhing at the butterflies. Barbie puts his hand on the dome, causing all the butterflies to flitter away, revealing soldiers standing on the other side, with buses of civilians arriving. One of them is Frank, Joe's cousin who went to college before the dome came down (well, after the dome came down would have been a bit difficult. Barbie points out it's been nearly a week and the army hasn't let anyone near there, so why now? "Haven't you ever been to camp? They're finally giving us our own visitor's day," says Norrie. Barbie still looks worried.
Over at the radio station, Julia — doing that "I'm holding a headphone to my ear instead of wearing the pair because it looks cooler" thing — lets people know that at "10 AM this morning" people will be allowed to "meet" with relatives at the part of the dome that intersects with the Sixth Street bridge (I guess the army made the civilians walk from the farm where they unloaded them?).
At Big Jim's house, he looks at a picture of himself with a younger Junior in his football uniform. That's when Junior comes into the kitchen wearing his new uniform, and he tells his dad about visitor's day. Big Jim decides they'll need more officers for crowd control and just bestows upon Junior the authority to recruit other auxiliary officers. He suggests Carter, a fullback from his football team. Junior shiftily says he should get some supplies from the old shelter, but Big Jim icily asks what Junior's supposed to do when Big Jim tells him to do something, and Junior skips the shelter to go recruit new officers.
The good people of Chester's Mill stroll the Sixth Street bridge towards the dome. Joe asks Norrie if they shouldn't wait for her moms, but she snidely says it's not like any of their "phoney L.A. friends" are going to be showing up. Still, they never arrived at their destination, so won't someone out there miss them? Norrie's more excited to meet Joe's folks and see their reaction to his "shacking up with an underage girl and two lesbians." I believe their reaction would be, "Where's Angie?"
Linda pulls up in her car, and tells Barbie, hanging out on the bridge, that she needs his help keeping people back from the dome so their cellphones and cameras don't explode if they get too close. To that end, she gives him a roll of police tape, which he strings across several feet in front of the dome. Linda, you know what also might help keep people a safe distance? If they didn't see a police officer then duck under the tape so she can go right up to the dome and start pretend making out with her fiancé on the other side.