Miles and Nate start a knife fight- shocking, they never have knife fights on this show. Nate jumps up to the rafters, like a spider money, with his hands bound, I might add, and flees. Plausible.
Monroe is reviewing the battle plan with a random Militia Dude named John, looking at a map that shows the “ Monroe Republic” and the “Georgia Federation.”
John tells Monroe that there are rumors “out there,” about problems within Monroe’s group- weaknesses, the other sectors might try to take advantage. Monroe says “Give me a Black Hawk and they would kneel before it like the Mayans did before the Spanish. I’ll still gut them. Once that happens, North America is ours. The sky is the limit.”
Nora is making a bomb, as Hutch stands by. She is putting the bomb inside a log.
What did I do with that duck tape?
Once the log is put into the train furnace… KABOOM. Hutch tells Nora that his wife was a fighter. He was always happier with his books. But he thinks she would be proud of him now. Nora, dressed as Militia, loads the log onto the train.
Miles and Charlie get to the bank and go to the vault. It is empty.
Neville tells the head of “operation train” that they need to leave now, they can’t wait until the next day. They load Danny onto the train.
Miles and Charlie hear the train whistle and start to pull out. They are like… WTF.
From the platform, Nora sees Neville on the train, she deduces that the dimwitted white kid with him must be Danny.
I think that idiot is DANNY
She tells Hutch they need to get the bomb off the train! She is tough, but she can’t do this- not to Danny. Hutch tells her they have to do this for his wife and he stabs Nora. (Do NOT tell me that they are going to kill Nora off too…)
Don’t worry, I didn’t hit anything important
I went to the Larry Hagman School of Eyebrow Grooming
Miles, Charlie and Aaron watch the train leave and come upon Nora. She tells them she tried to stop it. They realize she is hurt. Nora says “The bomb is on the train. And so is your brother.”
Missed it by thissssss much
Miles and Charlie steal some horses and ride off after the train. Didn’t I see this on an episode of Little House on the Prairie? Or Mission Impossible? Or every Western ever filmed?