Back at the house, Big Jim finds Linda in That Idiot Ben’s room. He helps her to her feet, and she groggily tells him that the kids think it’s the generator, and they need to find it since it’s their best shot at getting out of here.
For now the mini-dome is covered up, in the back of a truck with Junior (who is driving), Joe and Norrie in the front seat, wondering about how the hell they’re going to get in touch with Angie for the big mini-dome reunion. Junior points out she’s got a police radio, but Norrie argues they can’t send out a message that "the entire force" will hear, like what is up with the sudden references to a whole entire police force? Is this just so they can have more police characters next season and pretend they were there the whole time?
Barbie, Angie and Julia head upstairs to the town office looking for handcuff keys (Barbie still has his hands shackled behind his back) but they meet Phil Bushey and some guy we’ve never seen before who has a gun. But Barbie still manages to kick the crap out of Phil, even with both hands tied behind his back -- all Phil can do is yank off Barbie’s dog tag -- and when New Guy puts the gun to the back of Barbie’s head, Angie brains him with a fire extinguisher. Take that, new guy! But we look forward to your role next year as Phil’s Buddy! Angie’s walkie-talkie crackles to life. In That Idiot Ben’s room, Linda and Big Jim can hear it, too, as Joe tells his sister that they’re on the move with the mini-dome, and he wants her to meet them at the place where they hid when they broke their mom’s old mirror. While I appreciate his craftiness in one regard, was it really necessary to announce that you have the mini-dome at all?
As it turns out, Angie and Joe hid out at the cement factory. Did that thing ever actually produce cement? Junior’s skeptical that they’ll be able to do anything, because the butterfly that he didn’t even see that shouldn’t have been in the dome -- well, sphere -- at all is probably dead.
Then Barbie shows up, and Junior draws his gun, and doesn’t believe Julia when she says it was Maxine who shot her. Why is he skeptical? Because Maxine is his dad’s friend. You know, except for the fact that his dad called her evil. This nonsense is interrupted by red, glowing palm prints starting to appear on the surface of the dome.
Big Jim and Linda are leaving That Idiot Ben’s house (I notice Ben’s parents never once showed up, not even to see if their son was okay after the world turned black) when Phil radios to tell her that Julia helped Barbie escape. Linda says she’s on her way, and not, for example, "Wait, why would Julia help the man who shot her escape? That makes no sense!"