At the manor, Grant and Ian try to sleep while Letts sits tied to a chair. Grant watches over a sleeping Alice, while Becky goes outside and meets with her contact: Donaldson. He gives her the Thoraxin medication and watches as she injects it. Becky describes her tremors and Donaldson warns that Deal's could be activating. He warns that the drug he gave her is experimental but that the alternative is death. When Becky is finished, Donaldson tells her that Jessica kept a few pages of the manuscript back. She wonders how he knows and Donaldson assures Becky that he knows people and that she needs to stick with him. Becky wonders where the rest of the medication is and Donaldson tells her that she'll get it when she gets him the missing pages...Read the full recap
Conran Letts: You know the person who had the greatest positive impact on the environment of this planet? Genghis Khan, because he massacred 40 million people. There was no one to farm the land, forests grew back, carbon was dragged out of the atmosphere. And had this monster not existed, there'd be another billion of us today, jostling for space on this dying planet.
Arby: It's not easy, is it? Growing up without a childhood. I was brought up in an institution. My room was a cell, really. There was an air vent there. I drew pictures around it, faces to keep the Devil out. I was told I'm like this 'cause of early trauma. I disconnected. A beneficial side effect, I suppose.
Jessica: I know this place.
Arby: It was me. I killed Kristof. I tied him to that tree. I broke arms and fingers, tore the skin from his body. And in the end, I opened his stomach, reached inside, and pulled out what was in my hand. I was 15 years old. But he didn't say one word. Didn't speak. Didn't say where you were. That's how much he loved you. I wanted you to know that you were loved, because I wasn't.