Neville tells Miles they aren’t there but are at a power plant north of the city, as Monroe asked for them personally. Miles then puts Neville and Julia in a locked closet. Neville vows “I will kill you one day.” Whatevs.
Monroe assumes Rachel is happy to be reunited with her kids. Monroe is excited to meet “Charlotte.” Rachel demands to know what Monroe has done to Danny, who is a little beaten up. Danny probably kicked his own ass trying to take his shirt off. Monroe informs Rachel that he is DONE with her. Jaffe was building him a back-up amplifier, when Rachel stabbed him.
Charlie wants to know what Monroe is talking about, and tells Rachel that whatever Monroe is asking for- Rachel cannot do it. At that point Monroe’s henchman, Strausser, come in. Monroe asks Rachel to choose which kid Strausser should kill?
DANNY! Unequivocally- DANNY. Please KILL DANNY!! I have bags of hair with more intelligence and personality.
But no, Charlie steps up and tells Strausser to kill her. Rach steps in and tells Monroe that she will finish his amplifier. Monroe notes “A good hostage works every time.” Hmm, didn’t we hear that before? Monroe tells Strausser to watch Rachel and if she even breathes wrong to shoot BOTH Charlie and Danny.
Miles, Nora and Aaron head to the power plant, he knows Monroe likes to experiment there, but he has absolutely no idea how to get in. But guess what? The Wizard of Google does!! Or at least he thinks he knows.
Oh look who is back, Jacob from Lost, oh wait, here he is Captain Baker. Baker questions Monroe what he will do if he sees Miles? Monroe wants to know why Baker wants to know? Baker explains that Miles sucks at math, so what would he know about hard core engineering? Baker wants Monroe to let him kill Miles. Something tells me Monroe will want to do that himself, if and I mean IF Miles can be killed. I have a feeling he’s like a cockroach.
Flashback to 2 years before the blackout. Miles pulls up to a dark cemetery. Monroe is drinking alone at one of the graves.
Can’t we just go tip some cows instead?
Miles encourages Monroe to come home. Monroe assumed he would be dead by now. He was in Iraq twice- he should be dead. His parents were killed on the way to see Harry Potter- killed by a drunk driver. Well, it could be worse, they could have been killed on the way to Twilight, which would have been redundant. Monroe laments that it should have been him that died, because he has nothing left. Miles tells him “You have me. Where would I be without you? We’re brothers.” Miles urges Monroe to hand over his pistol. Monroe does and then they make out.