Gus and Harley have taken refuge at the construction site of Harley’s new house. Gus is determined to head to the Spaulding house for answers but before he can go he discovers Harley’s been wounded. He enlists Rick’s help, and while Rick tends to Harley’s wounds, Gus goes. Meanwhile, Buzz has the horrible task of going to the morgue and identifying what he believes will be Harley’s body. When the sheet is lifted he realizes Harley must be on the run but covers and claims that the body is Harley’s. When Frank arrives, Buzz tries to get him in on the cover-up but conflicted Frank says Buzz knows he has to try to find her. Later, Frank gets a tip to Harley’s whereabouts but when he arrives at Harley’s house, he realizes he is too late. It’s the night of Phillip’s birthday and Alan has assembled the family for a celebration. All of Phillip’s children are invited so they can understand who their father really was. Gus arrives and during the celebration, he is prevented from getting any time alone with Olivia. But he’s given another mysterious clue, a letter with stationary from an unknown hotel. Suddenly a blackout hits and the attendees scatter. Outside, a guilty-looking Olivia staggers to a tree with a bulky envelope and a shovel in hand. She starts to dig as Harley arrives, convinced that Olivia’s about to bury evidence. But, it turns out Olivia’s bulky envelope holds only a collection of love letters she wrote to Phillip but never mailed. She explains she’s burying them because she’s ashamed to have ever felt something for the man. Meanwhile, inside, in an unknown location, a pair of bloody gloves is removed from an envelope. Alan tries them on and studies them.