Harley has been taken to the transfer bus that is set to depart for Hell House. Meanwhile, Gus is preventing Mallet from getting to the prison. But, an unlikely call comes from Lena, warning Gus that Harley’s in danger. Realizing that Mallet’s the only one who can help her, Gus reluctantly lets him go. He then leaves to confront the man he believes is behind all his troubles - Alan. Meanwhile, Mallet gets to the prison in the nick of time and gets Harley off the bus. Later, holed up in his office, Harley asks Mallet why he has wrecked his career for her, but the look in his eyes confirms for Harley that he did it for love. Lizzie’s ready to tell Coop Alan’s plan to transfer Harley when Alan interrupts. Alone, Alan warns Lizzie that if she confides in Coop, she makes him a target. Lizzie fears for Coop and later, when Gus arrives to confront Alan, she surprisingly gives Alan an alibi, in an effort to prove to Alan where her loyalties lie. Gus doesn’t buy Alan’s denials but Alan reminds Gus that while he’s here, Harley’s with her savior, Mallet. Ross informs Cassie that Alonzo’s sending people to Springfield to bring Will back to the island. Edmund feels terrible, knowing his game playing made things worse. So, he offers the solution that they all, including Dinah, leave Springfield immediately for a place Alonzo can’t find them. Cassie’s against it at first but Edmund makes her see it’s the only way for her to keep Will and eventually she agrees. Meanwhile, Dinah learns that Ross is going to need surgery for a persistent pain that’s been getting worse. She breaks down into tears and slips up about leaving town, causing Ross to become suspicious.