Ryan has broken out of custody and tracked down his little baby girl, who wiggles her tail at her daddy. She bears a striking resemblance to the alien from Enemy Mine and does not at all look like Val. Anna finds him making googly eyes at the lil baby fish. She reminds him that she has done a lot for him, but he is unimpressed with the accommodations. He just wants to take his baby and go. Anna agrees that he can go, but insists that his daughter -- as the first human-alien hybrid -- has to stay. She kicks him off the ship, never to return. Ryan puts up a fight about leaving his daughter, but deep down he knows that he would be shunned by the mommies at the playground and no one would sit next to him at Music for Aardvarks. I mean, do they even make Bugaboo strollers that could fit a fish tank? It's better this way, Ryan.
Chad Decker is on the air reminding the population that it has been two months since Anna and the Visitors (also not a band) arrived on Earth. But instead of just singing his usual tune of praise and adoration for the Alien Queen, Chad reports that the ominous nature of Red Sky has turned the human population against the Visitors. People are looting and rioting, arming themselves, and filling the houses of worship seeking solace and answers. The Visitors' Visitor Center has been besieged by angry mobs and poor Lisa and Tyler haven't been able to text, IM, Facebook, or Skype, let alone have some alone time in days. To prove this point we see Lisa and her perfect posture staring bleakly out the window of the Mothership singing "Somewhere Out There" to Tyler, on the ground, staring skyward. Awwwwww.