Cameron comes home to find Beth asleep in bed with the baby. Damn, how long was he gone, anyway? Rather than waking them up, he goes out to sleep on the couch. He's all about doing the right thing, Cameron is. I bet in the morning he'll even go out to the car and scrape congealed Kung Pao off his seats for her breakfast.
Nina's throwing away a bunch of old letters and stuff, but she doesn't get very far before fetching up against a couple of old pictures of Cameron, one of which also shows her with him. She smiles a little, but looks up guiltily when Peter comes in, carrying his fishing pole and the obligatory mini-cooler. It's a tossup as to which of them is acting more distant and guilty, and which of them tells the other less. Not that either of them notices the other acting strange, even when Peter just kisses Nina on the cheek. I refuse to make a comment here about Peter smelling like fish.
Jarring tone shift! Sean is getting tired of asking Jeremy where Zoe is, so he tells Tally to pull over. Jeremy scoffs that Sean's witnesses (Lisa and Kurt, who Jeremy also apparently knows, and who are apparently meth addicts or something) are going to fold if Sean brings in the cops. Sean tells Tally to pull over anyway. I don't see any cops around.
Frankie's just arriving home, at the Westlake Airport. So, Ohio, then? Whatever, not that I care. She gets into a cab, looking sad.
Once Tally's got Jeremy's car stopped in some field somewhere, Sean forces him out of the car at gunpoint and leads him into the glare of the headlights. "Sean, don't," Tally tells him. Sean does anyway. What was his plan before Tally's gun turned up?
Frankie tries her dad on her cell phone. For some reason, Eric's house has a 612 area code. If Frankie really did fly into Ohio, she has a long cab ride to Minneapolis ahead of her.
Sean has Jeremy on his knees and is standing behind him with the gun. Jeremy is still denying everything, but Sean wants to know how Jeremy was able to afford to buy his sister that new TV.
Eric starts awake, and whoever's in bed with him -- whose face we don't see -- asks whether someone's there. Eric says that he forgot to bring the key in from outside. "That's so stupid with all the break-ins," he berates himself, getting a gun out of the nightstand drawer. Don't beat yourself up, Eric. You're about to do something even stupider.
Jeremy tells Sean that he got the money for the TV from Zoe's friend (and now Peter's fishing buddy, and probably next week Maggie's boyfriend and Frankie's social studies teacher and Beth's mechanic) Dave, and complains that there's hardly any left. "The guy made me buy my own plane ticket out. You know how expensive that is last minute?" Jeremy bitches. Sean cocks the gun and presses it against Jeremy's shoulder. "You're lying," he hisses.