Michael wants to go after Peter. Miles want to know what happened to their parents. Michael explains, a long time ago the Militia came and took their parents. He thinks it had something to do with the Flag. The parents hid the kids in the basement. They heard screams and shots. When the parents didn’t come back, Peter went looking for them but the parents were dead. Michael explains Peter kept them alive. He even tells stories to the little ones so they won’t forget their parents.
Charlie tells Michael that he can’t go after the Militia- he’s a kid. But what if the Misfits went after them? Aaron, in another classic line “We are gonna do what now?” Charlie tells Michael about the Militia taking Danny. Aaron pulls Charlie aside and tells her that them going after Peter is a “bad idea.” (True, but if they don’t go after him, this episode will be, like, 7 minutes long, so they have to go after Peter. ) Aaron reminds Charlie that it was not Danny on that wagon. Charlie knows, but they are just kids, they deserve a chance. A chance to be as miserable as the Misfits are. Aaron tries to get Miles to take his side, as Miles told Charlie earlier that they can’t save everyone.
Miles says “We are saving this one.”
Charlie tells Michael, “We will track that wagon and get your brother back, but you have to stay here and out of trouble.” Uh, that’s RICH coming from someone who hasn’t stayed out of trouble for one moment of the last 7 episodes.
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Danny and Rachel are sharing a lovely Continental Breakfast, when Danny fumes “We are in a cage and you act like nothing is wrong.” Rachel responds they have food and they have beds. It could be worse. Much worse. Plus, she has wine too. Danny, being a whiney little beeotch protests, but Rachel tells him to shut his piehole or they will hear him.
Monroe comes in and wants to speak to Rachel. “The pendants? The magical pendants that can turn on computers? We can’t find one.” Rachel tells him that she’s told him everything she knows. “You sent us to a string of abandoned houses… your colleagues aren’t where you said they’d be.”
What is Rachel? Intellius??? She reasons she has been “a little out of touch.” Monroe tells her that they have found her friend Dr. Bradley, and they have him. And he’s been with Monroe for 3 weeks. Neville pipes up “He’s been a tough one to crack. And we’ve been cracking hard.” God, Neville is so deliciously evil, I love it.
Rachel pleads “Whatever you are doing, please stop.” Monroe tells Rachel, as soon as Bradley gives up his pendant, they will stop. Rachel tells Monroe “I’ll talk to him. Just leave him alone.”