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#208 : Une lueur d'espoir


Résumé: Lorsque Barbie demande l'aide de son père pour retourné auprès de Julia, il réalise que Don connaît plus de choses qu'il ne devrait sur le dôme. Entre temps, Big Jim se proclame shérif de la ville.


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Une lueur d'espoir

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Scénario :  Daniel Truly
Réalisation :  Jack Bender

Guest stars

  • Brett Cullen : Don Barbara
  • Estes Tarver : Tom Tilden
  • Max Ehrich : Hunter
  • Angelina Cortez : Guardswoman
  • Brody Rose : Little boy

Big Jim prepares for his first day of work as a sheriff.

He meets Rebecca at her place.

Rebecca: You're up early.

Big Jim: Comes with the new job. I wanted to give you that.

Rebecca: What's this for?

Big Jim: Safety. I-I found a bunch of them in the closet at the station, I just wanted to give them out to... You know, key people at key locations.

Rebecca: So, I'm a "Key" person?

Big Jim: You're our resident scientist.

Rebecca: Mm-hmm. And... Who do I call if someone, say, uh... Breaks into my house?

Big Jim: I'm sorry about that. I really am. I... I-I-I-I can't explain it. I-I just... I got overzealous.

Rebecca: That's what you call it, huh?

Big Jim: I really am sorry.

Rebecca: So, you're planning on keeping that star, huh?

Big Jim: Yeah.

Rebecca: The dome hasn't treated those who wear it too kindly.

Big Jim: I know. It's just, I-I-I feel like the... The dome has something else in store for me. I've just been too lucky to ignore it any longer, you know?

Rebecca: This "New" Big Jim... You're serious?

Big Jim: I'm trying to be. Well, keep that on channel two and just give me a call if you have any problems.

Rebecca: Jim?

Big Jim: Yeah.

Rebecca: Thank you.

Big Jim: You're welcome.

At Don Barbara’s house.

Don: Hey, morning, Dale.

Barbie: Morning. You, uh... Figured out a way to get me to the dome yet?

Don: That's a pretty tall order, son, but I'm still working on it. But I can get an e-mail to Julia if you want.

Barbie: You can do that?

Don: I made some calls to my friends in the military. Days ago, when the dome went white and then cleared again... The signal was able to get through.

Barbie: But then they firewalled it.

Don: Yeah, but they'll drop it for me. Privilege has its perks.

Barbie: Yep.

Don: Why don't you write down what you want to say and where you want to send it… "Julia, I love you. We'll see each other soon. All it takes is a leap of faith"?

Barbie: Yeah. I'm just trying to keep her spirits up.

Don: And this is the address you want to send it to: "ScarecrowJoe"? Is that hers?

Barbie: No. It's a, that's a kid that she's friends with. He's... Kind of a computer nerd, but he's got the best chance of seeing anything come through.

Don: Julia must be pretty special to have so many people looking out for her.

Barbie: Thank you, Dad.

Under the dome, at school.

Joe: Am I in focus yet? Is there enough light?

Norrie: Why are you trying to break your neck?

Joe: First rule of show business: got to open big… Ta-da! Welcome to my vlog.

Norrie: Video blog. Is there, like, a Chester's Mill film festival sometime soon?

Joe: No. No. It's so everybody will know what it's like living inside this stupid dome.

Norrie: Even though we can't post it, because we don't have a Wi-Fi signal anymore.

Joe: Maybe somebody will find it one day, long after we're gone.

Norrie: Joe, don't say that.

Joe: Well, it could happen.

Norrie: Yeah, I know, but you don't have to be so morbid about it.

Joe: Oh, because that's what you do.

Norrie: Just tell me where we're going.

Joe: We're going to the tunnel underneath the school. And the cliff.

Norrie: That connects to a playground.

Joe: Yeah. Which is super weird. But you're with me, right?

Norrie: Yeah. I'm with you.

Joe: Okay, great.

Norrie: As long as you don't do any more gymnastics moves while we're down there… What was that?

Joe: It was my phone.

Norrie: Oh, my God. The signal's back and there's an e-mail.

At the Sweetbriar.

Melanie: You need to eat, Julia.

Julia: I can't. I was up all night thinking about Barbie.

Joe: Julia, you'll never believe this.

Norrie: He's right, I barely did.

Julia: Believe what?

Joe: Okay, so, we were at the school filming a vlog... I-I know, I know there's no way to send them out, but I, I still make them so people will know. Out of nowhere, this Wi-Fi signal came back and... Barbie sent you an e-mail.

Julia: What?

Norrie: Can you believe it? We thought he was dead and now he could be alive.

Julia: And he sent me an e-mail?

Joe: Well, he sent it to me, but it was for you.

Julia: "Julia, I love you. We'll see each other soon. All it takes is a leap of faith. So get the egg and bring it with you. Barbie."

Melanie: Why aren't you more excited?

Joe: Yeah. Going over that cliff must be the way out of Chester's Mill.

Julia: How do we even know that it's him? He doesn't say anything to prove that it is. Where the hell is he?

Joe: The egg showed us Zenith last night. Maybe that's where the cliff leads.

Norrie: Julia, why are you doubting this? I would be doing cartwheels if I was you.

Julia: Joe, can we send a reply?

Joe: I don't know if the signal's still up at the school. As soon as we got it, we ran here.

Julia: Okay. Let's go.

Psychiatric clinic.

Lyle: It's in the cards. It's in the cards. It's in the cards. It's in the cards.

Pauline: Yesterday he was saying "Melanie" over and over again.

Lyle: It's in the cards.

Pauline: Today, "it's in the cards""

Lyle: It's in the cards.

Pauline: What does it mean?

Sam: Good luck finding out.

Pauline: Uh... Are you going somewhere?

Sam: Anywhere.

Pauline: No, you cannot leave!

Sam: Pauline, I got out of Chester's Mill. This is my chance to start my life over. You can come with me.

Pauline: No, not until I get Junior out. We have got to go in there and help him.

Sam: What? You're crazy.

Pauline: Don't call me that.

Sam: What I mean is, I don't know how I got here. One minute I'm next to a cliff underneath Chester's Mill and the next, I'm lying in a playground here. I looked around for a door, a passageway... Nothing.

Pauline: Well, if you got out, there's got to be a way in. Maybe he knows.

Sam: Lyle doesn't even know his own name.

Pauline: But he got through like you did. And there are doctors here that are helping patients with a new drug; it's experimental. I asked them to try it on Lyle, but they said he doesn't fit the protocol.

Sam: So, end of story.

Pauline: You're an EMT, you can find a way to give it to him.

Sam: Pauline.

Pauline: I know you love Junior. We have got to get him out.

Zenith : playground.

Boy: Hey, what are you doing?

Barbie: I'm wondering the same thing myself. Nah, I'm just waiting here, hoping a friend shows up to meet me.

At Hunter’s office.

Hunter: Is that...? I got you !

Barbie walks in the street. Hunter follows him. Barbie catches Hunter.

Barbie: Is this your first time tailing someone?

Hunter: Actually, yeah.

Barbie: Yeah, it shows. Who are you?

Hunter: All that matters is who you are: Dale Barbara, born July 17, 1979; third in your class at Zenith High; joined the Army November 2005, captain, 5th Group, Special Forces...

Barbie: You got the wrong guy.

Hunter: You also just escaped from the dome.

Barbie: Man, I don't know what the hell you're talking about.

Hunter: If I know you were under there, you can be damn sure other people know, too.

Barbie: Like who?

Hunter: Your dad.

Barbie: What's he got to do with this?

Hunter: He doctored your e-mail to Julia. Told her to bring the egg when she took her leap of faith.

Barbie: Tell me who the hell you are.

Hunter: Look, would you ease up? I'm a friend.

Barbie: I don't have any.

Hunter: You need one.

Barbie: Well, it ain't gonna be you.

Hunter: Well, I'd think twice about heading back to that playground. There are eyes everywhere in this city.

Barbie: How do you know about that e-mail?

Hunter: Let me show you.

Under the dome : at school.

Julia: Did you find a signal yet?

Joe: No.

Julia: But this is where you were when the e-mail came through?

Joe: Yeah, right about here.

Julia: Well, right about here or right here? You have to know exactly, Joe!

Joe: Y-Yeah, right here. But... The signal's gone. I'm sorry.

Julia: Yeah. Me, too. The man I love is dead. I watched him go over that cliff. And now I'm just supposed to believe that he's somehow alive?

Norrie: He said to take a leap of faith. That must mean it's safe for you to jump off that cliff.

Julia: I don't even know that it's him. If it is, I'll do whatever he wants.

Melanie: You'd even take the egg?

Joe: I'd jump in a second. I'd do anything to see my parents, let 'em know I'm okay. Tell 'em about Angie.

Norrie: Joe, we all want to get out of here. Just listen to Julia.

Julia: We have to get an e-mail back. We have to make sure it's Barbie.

Joe: There's no signal.

Julia: Maybe we can get him a note. If that cliff is really the way out of here, he will be waiting wherever it leads.

Norrie: Like a message in a bottle. With a question that only he can answer.

Melanie: So figure out what you want to say to him.

Zenith: at the psychiatric clinic.

Pauline: Art room. Judy's having a seizure. She needs help.

Sam throws some medicine

Under the dome : at the police station

Junior: This is a police-only area. Whatever councilmen do, they do upstairs.

Big Jim: I'm no longer a councilman.

Junior: You're joking.

Big Jim: If I was joking, one of us would be laughing.

Junior: Isn't being sheriff a little low on the totem pole for you?

Big Jim: Look, protection of this town has always been my first priority.

Junior: Now that Barbie's gone, someone has to wear the star. I just, uh, hope I can live up to it.

Junior: Still a politician at heart.

Big Jim: No, I'm not. Things are different. The dome has revealed it has plans for me.

Junior: So now you think the dome speaks to people?

Big Jim: I'm sorry I didn't believe you when you said it, son. I-If I'd understood, you know, everything, maybe I could've even protected Angie.

Junior: Don't use her to sell me on this.

Big Jim: Look, I'm just saying, I have made mistakes. I should've put my trust in family first and foremost. I should've trusted you, son.

Rebecca: Big Jim, you there?

Big Jim: Yeah, Rebecca. What?

Rebecca: Not sure exactly, but we got a problem at the Sweetbriar. Police need to see this.

Big Jim: Okay, be right there. Why don't you hold down the fort while I go check this out.

Junior: Why don't I come with you, show the department's new employee the ropes.

Big Jim: After you.

In the street.

Big Jim: What can we do for you? What's going on, Rebecca?

Rebecca: I went to check on the windmill, and someone had cut it down. I kept searching for it and... Found it here.

Junior: Who the hell would destroy this thing?

Rebecca: Especially after it saved us all from choking to death a few days ago.

Big Jim: I guess someone's trying to send me a message.

Junior: Not everything's about you, Dad.

Big Jim: Well, it's got to mean something.

Andrea: Hello, Police?

Junior: Uh, yeah, it's Junior. What's-what's going on?

Andrea: There's a fire at Maple and Thornton. We need help.

Junior: Be there in a sec.

Barbie enters in his father’s office. Hunter leads him from his car.

Hunter: You in, Barbie?

Barbie: Yeah, I'm in. And, hey, if this is a setup, you're gonna have a hell of a time picking up your teeth with broken fingers.

Hunter: I get it... You're tough. Just get to his computer and put in the jump drive.

Barbie: It's password-protected.

Hunter: Put in the jump drive.

Barbie: All right, house security makes their rounds every two minutes. How long is this gonna take?

Hunter: About that long.

Barbie: I take it you're not in gardening.

Hunter: Technically, I'm in computing. But don't worry. I fight the good fight. Now open a browser and go to

Barbie: Haven't I seen that graffiti around town?

Hunter: Well, it's my Web site to tell the world it's being lied to about the dome.

Barbie: Okay, I'm there.

Hunter: And you see that box up top?

Barbie: Uh-huh.

Hunter: Type in the code "Dromas."

Barbie: Uh... I-I think I might've screwed something up.

Hunter: Nope. Go ahead and take the jump out. I'll take it from here… Here's the real e-mail Your father sent her.

Barbie: "Julia, I love you. We'll see each other soon. All it takes is a leap of faith. So get the egg and bring it with you." Oh, my God. He did change it.

Hunter: Now do you believe me?

Barbie: What does my dad want with the egg?

Hunter: Yeah, what is that thing?

Barbie: I can't let Julia jump. What are you doing?

Hunter: It's not every day I get a backstage pass like this.

Barbie: No, no. That's it. I-I've got everything that I needed.

Hunter: Relax, Barbie.

Barbie: We're done. Get out of there… What the hell?

Don: I could ask you the same thing.

Barbie: Hey, Dad.

Hunter: Stall him.

Don: Son, what are you doing in here?

Barbie: Nothing. I was just trying to check my e-mail, see if Julia replied, but... I couldn't log in.

Don: Well, she wouldn't have replied.

Barbie: Yeah, no, I know, with the... Military firewall. But... I don't know, I was just hoping there was a chance. Aw, look at this. This photo. I love this photo of Mom. But where-where was this taken?

Don: At the lake house. On our anniversary.

Barbie: Right.

Hunter: Come on. Come on.

Barbie: Yeah, see? Like I said, wouldn't let me log in. I just wish there was a way I could get her another message.

Don: Dale. I need you to come with me.

Under the dome: Someone stops the fire. The patrol car arrive.

Andrea: I was stepping out to get some supplies for the diner and spotted the car wild with fire. Thank God you gave me this walkie.

Big Jim: Yeah, you did a good job, Andrea. Thanks. We'll take it from here.

Rebecca: People in this town are losing it.

Junior: Or someone's on a vandalism spree.

Big Jim: You're still not seeing the pattern? First they hit the windmill that I put up. Now under a sign for my dealership. They torch a car. A car that I sold.

Junior: You've sold two-thirds of the cars in town.

Big Jim: It's not a coincidence, son.

Rebecca: Technically, two events are a coincidence. It takes three to make a pattern.

Big Jim: Well, I'm not gonna wait till that's my head on a platter. This is the only lead we got. Follow it.

Aktaion Energy

Barbie: I haven't been here in a while.

Don: The company's grown a lot.


Don: I haven't been entirely truthful with you.

Barbie: About?

Don: The message you had me send to Julia. It went to her but not through the military.

Barbie: It came from here.

Don: Aktaion Energy has other divisions. Satellite imaging, telecommunications.

Barbie: You're a government contractor.

Don: After the dome came down, we were hired to monitor radiation levels. But we were the first to discover a way to get a Wi-Fi signal into the dome.

Barbie: Which you then shared with your friends in the military.

Don: For a healthy profit. But we kept a backdoor as a way to be able to use it ourselves.

Barbie: That can't be legal.

Don: No, which is why it was a huge risk for us to send that message. And the one we're about to send.

At Hunter’s office.

Don: Oh. He's not here.

Hunter: Yes, I am, sir.

Don: Oh. Well, Hunter May, meet my son, Dale.

Barbie: How are you? Nice to meet you.

Hunter: Uh, likewise.

Don: Hunter, we need you to work your magic, send one more message into the dome. Dale will dictate it to you.

Hunter: All righty. Well, fire when ready.

Under the dome : on the cliff

Melanie: What did you decide to ask him?

Julia: If he remembers who he caught going through his stuff at home a few days ago.

Melanie: That was me.

Julia: And only the three of us know about it.

Joe: Wrap your note around this.

Julia: What is this?

Joe: It's a paperweight Big Jim used to give out with every used car. My dad hated it almost as much as the lemon Jim sold him.

Norrie: It'll take your note straight through whatever the hell is down there, and it'll also prove to Barbie that it's actually from Chester's Mill.

Julia: All right. Next stop... Barbie. Hopefully.

Joe: Wait, wait... The signal's back. Barbie sent you another e-mail.

Julia: "Julia, hang in there. Whenever you get scared, just remember the first time we kissed at the dome by Joe's house, at sunset, the stars coming out. I can't wait to hold you there again. Love, Your Stray." He's alive.

Norrie: Quick, let's write something back.

Joe: The signal's lost.

Julia: It doesn't matter... He's alive.

Melanie: So you're gonna jump?

Julia: No. He doesn't want me to. He wants to meet face-to-face.

Norrie: How do you know that?

Julia: He proved it was him by signing it "Your Stray." I called him that once. The thing about the first kiss? Wrong place, wrong time... Wrong weather.

Joe: "At the dome by Joe's house, at sunset, the stars coming out."

Julia: Yeah, it was actually in the middle of town, late at night, in the pouring rain.

Norrie: Hmm. The dude does have some romance in him.

Melanie: But why be so mysterious?

Julia: Maybe he has to be. Maybe wherever he is, someone's watching him.

Joe: It's worth a shot going out the dome.

Julia: I'm going alone.

Norrie: But we want to see him.

Melanie: And we should be with you.

Julia: I know, but we don't know if it's safe. It's just something I need to do by myself.

Zenith : psychiatric clinic

Sam: I'm still not sure we should do this.

Pauline: Sam, I know it's a risk, but I have to find out if he knows a way back into Chester's Mill.

Sam: Okay. But if he has a bad reaction, or I don't get the dosage exactly right...

Pauline: This is no way for anyone to live.

Lyle: But don't get a good lather with it if it's that dry, and it won't raise the beard.

Sam: All right, pal.

Lyle: If the soap's dry and you-you won't get a lather and you raise that beard, you... It's not gonna... Not gonna be clean. I'm gonna give you a little something to help you out. Mona don't want to use... Uh, Mona don't want to use... If you... Ow. That hurt.

Pauline: Now what?

Sam: Now we wait.

In the parking.

Hunter: Dude, this is getting old.

Barbie: Why didn't you say you worked for my dad?

Hunter: Yo, baby steps. You're wound kind of tight.

Barbie: Did he know you found me earlier?

Hunter: No. That's between us. I swear.

Barbie: How long you worked here?

Hunter: Ever since they caught me sneaking into their server two years ago, finding out stuff they didn't want anyone to know.

Barbie: So they co-opted you.

Hunter: It was that or get tossed to the feds. So now I'm on the payroll, securing their system against people like me. Hey, since we're opening up, how the hell did you get out of that dome? And you never answered my question... Why is your old man obsessed with that egg?

Barbie: Hey, shh. You talk way too much. You say you're my friend, right?

Hunter: Yeah, man.

Barbie: Yeah. Well, now you're gonna get a chance to prove that. You're gonna get me to the dome.

Hunter: The place where the National Guard shoots trespassers on sight?

Barbie: Yeah. And you're gonna do it or the military's gonna find out that you've been breaking through their firewall.

Hunter: Barbie, certain things are more difficult to accomplish than others.

Barbie: Like my dad said, work your magic.

Under the dome : at the sheriff station

Junior: So, what... You're just gonna hole up here till we catch whoever did this?

Big Jim: No. I'm not lying low for anyone.

Rebecca: So, who do you think could be mad at you?

Junior: This could take a while.

Big Jim: Well... Not gonna lie to you. Some people in this town aren't my biggest fans. Well, there's Roger Lopez.

Rebecca: Mm-hmm.

Big Jim: When the windmill went up, he was not happy that I wouldn't let him run the show. There's Tom Tilden, pissed 'cause we used his pigs for the flu virus. Eyeballed me pretty hard at Barbie's memorial.

Rebecca: And there's Phil Bushey.

Big Jim: Who's lying in the clinic with a gunshot wound to his chest. More likely it's Terry Donahue. Or his brother Al. Neither one of them ever really liked me. And there's, uh, there's Larry McCall. Yeah. Right before the dome came down, he was, uh, really in my face about repo-ing his car.

Junior: That can't be everyone.

Big Jim: Well, it's a start.

Rebecca: Great. You talk to those people and we'll talk to these.

Barbie comes to the safety grid.

Barbie: Hey. Just crazier by the day, huh?

Officer: Identification. Michael Bryant. Aktaion radiation specialist.

Barbie: That's me.

Officer: Thumb scan.

Barbie: Right.

Officer: Now you're clear.

Barbie: Thank you.

Officer: Be safe, sir.

Barbie: Will do.

Barbie has passed the safety check.

Barbie: Excuse me. How far is it to the dome?

Soldier: 16 klicks. But a civilian like you needs an escort to go anywhere.

Barbie: Yeah, of course. What-What unit are you guys with?

Soldier: Stick to your science.

Barbie casts his briefcase and clings under the truck.

Lyle wakes up.

Lyle: Pauline. Did the Rapture come? This is Heaven, huh?

Pauline: No, Lyle. You're not dead. You're alive.

Lyle: My God, how'd you get in Chester's Mill?

Pauline: We're not there. We're in Zenith. You got out of the dome two days ago. And Sam got here yesterday.

Lyle: Oh.

Sam: Nice seeing you, too.

Lyle: Oh. I... I dreamed I was falling. Just falling and falling. Feel like my head cracked.

Sam: That's what you get when you jump off a cliff, thinking it'd bring the Rapture.

Lyle: How did I survive? W-Where am I?

Pauline: You're in a hospital. You haven't been yourself the last few days.

Lyle: A hospital? Uh-uh. No.

Pauline: Okay, Lyle, Lyle, Lyle, calm down. Lyle.

Sam: I can't be here. Somewhere we can take him?

Pauline: Yeah, yeah.

Lyle: I got to go.

Pauline: Yeah, let's go.

Under the dome : Big Jim stops Julia’s car.

Big Jim: Sorry to be so dramatic. Saw you driving by, wanted to check in. Sorry to hear about Barbie. How you dealing?

Julia: I'm dealing.

Big Jim: Wanted to give you this. It's, uh, part of my new safety initiative.

Julia: You sheriff now?

Big Jim: Yeah, I sure am. Busy first day, too. Where you headed?

Julia: Joe's house.

Big Jim: Wasn't that destroyed?

Julia: Yeah, he thinks there might be some food we can salvage. And I had to get out of the house.

Big Jim: Mm. Well, be careful up there in all that mess.

Julia: Thanks for the kind words.

The truck stops. Barbie starts to run into the woods.

At the Sweetbriar.

Norrie: Okay, I hate this.

Joe: Yeah, me too. We're the ones who got the e-mail.

Norrie: Yeah, and found the signal first.

Melanie: Well, this is different.

Norrie: How?

Melanie: It's about Barbie.

Joe: He's our friend, too. I met him before anyone.

Melanie: Well, it's about Barbie and Julia.

Norrie: Oh. Yeah.

Joe: By the way, who knew Barbie was so mushy? That e-mail he sent her...

Melanie: It's called being romantic.

Norrie: Boys just don't get it.

Joe: Oh, right, I'm talking to two girls who probably loved The Notebook.

Melanie: What's The Notebook?

Norrie: Oh, my God.

Joe: Here we go.

Norrie: That e-mail that Barbie sent Julia was in code to get her to come to the outside of the dome by your house.

Joe: Yeah. So?

Melanie: So, someone must have been watching his every move.

Norrie: Yeah, exactly. Is he even gonna be able to get back?

Joe: He'll have to travel past the military's perimeter, and then travel who knows how far to the dome wall.

Norrie: There's a lot of room for error. I just wish there was something we could do. I hate feeling so useless.

Zenith : at the clinic.

Pauline: Feeling better?

Lyle: Mm-hmm. Yeah. Yeah, I think, uh-huh. Thank you. You, too.

Sam: Well, now you're back, which means I'm out of here.

Pauline: What? No, you can't leave.

Sam: I kept my end of the bargain.

Pauline: I still need your help. The three of us need to go to Chester's Mill.

Sam: What the hell for?

Lyle: No, no. Pauline, it's terrible there.

Pauline: I have to get my son out. And I think there are answers there for us.

Sam: Answers to what?

Pauline: To what's been going on for the last 25 years. The dome is connected to what happened that night with Melanie.

Sam: You don't know if that's true.

Pauline: She came back from the dead, for God's sake. And we may be the only hope of getting people out. When you came back, you were mumbling "Melanie" over and over again. And then you started saying, "It's in the cards." Why?

Lyle: I don't know.

Sam: Well, great. Then all of this was for nothing.

Pauline: No, it's not for nothing. It means something. "It's in the cards""

Lyle: Yeah. No. The cards. I had the cards. When I went over the cliff, I had the postcards with me.

Under the dome : in the street.

Junior: Tom Tilden.

Tom Tilden: Junior Rennie. Next time you see your dad, you tell him to go to hell for me.

Junior: You seem angry.

Tom Tilden: Hell, yes. Almost every pig I got is dead, thanks to Big Jim and her.

Rebecca: We didn't infect them with the flu.

Tom Tilden: No. But you two want to kill everyone. And then word gets out that me and my pigs are responsible. People hate my guts now.

Junior: Where were you today, Tom?

Tom Tilden: None of your damn business.

Junior: No, actually, it is.

Tom Tilden: You want to know where I've been? At sunup, I was at Toot Danver's place, delivering incubators I don't need anymore. By 10:00, I was at the Cullin farm, trading my mother's heirloom quilts for food to feed my kids.

Rebecca: And all these people will confirm you were there?

Tom Tilden: Why wouldn't they? Now I'm pawning this generator off on Burt Bailey for whatever he'll give me for it. You know, I used to admire your old man. Now I wouldn't spit on him if he was on fire.

Rebecca: You want to go check out his alibis?

Junior: Yeah, we'd probably better, though I have a feeling he didn't do it.

Rebecca: Still, lot of hate for Big Jim in everyone we've talked to.

Junior: Yeah. We'd better check on him. Dad, it's me. Are you there? You have any luck?

At the sheriff station.

Big Jim: Not yet, Junior. It's gonna take a while.

Phil hits Big Jim.

In the street.

Junior: Dad, where are you? Dad, answer me!

At Joe’s farm.

Where are you? Is this your doing? You cut us off from the rest of the world, turn us against each other. Now you trick me into believing that Barbie is coming back? Is that what you're doing?

In jail.

Big Jim: Phil, what are you...?

Phil: Doing here? Let's just say I'm not supposed to be out of the clinic. And I'm guessing that this is against doctor's wishes, too. Hmm. Oh, no. You won't be needing that anymore.

Big Jim: That what this is about? Your not being Sheriff anymore? 'Cause it was Julia and Barbie that fired you, not me.

Phil: Oh, come on, everybody knows that nothing happens in Chester's Mill without the hidden hand of Big Jim Rennie.

Big Jim: If that were true, my hand would be hidden in your chest, ripping your damn heart out.

Phil: You got me to do the dirty work for your plan to burn up the people's food. I was by your side, Jim. And I took a bullet for you. I almost died because I trusted you.

Big Jim: Well, I got the same problem, Phil. Putting my trust in the wrong people. Luckily, today... I found someone I could.

Junior and Rebecca arrives. Junior fights with Phil.

Big Jim: Key's in the back pocket! Okay. Okay. Come on. Come on. Get it.

Big Jim knocks out Phil.

Big Jim: You okay?

Junior: Yeah. Guess we can work together now.

Big Jim: I guess we can. Give me the keys. Take the lady home, I'll take care of Phil.

Junior: You sure?

Big Jim: Good job.

Junior and Rebecca leaves.

Big Jim: Come on, Phil. Get up. Get in there.

Phil: We're never getting out of here alive.

Big Jim: Yeah, we all got problems.

At Pauline’s apartment.

Lyle: These are the events that Pauline foresaw in the order that I got them.

Sam: Yeah. Yeah, but this isn't the order in which they happened. First the dome came down. Then the missile strike. Then came the red rain. And the Obelisk.

Lyle: Yeah, but that's here in Zenith. And this is the last card I got. So, these postcards don't really tell us anything we don't know.

Sam: There's nothing that comes next.

Pauline: Wait, wait, wait. The Obelisk wasn't the last postcard that I drew. There was one more, but the dome came down before I could send it.

Lyle: Red door. Why'd you draw this, Pauline?

Pauline: I don't know... But we'd better find it.

Big Jim sees helicopter above the dome.

Julia waits for Barbie. He joins her but he military arrives. He writes on the dome : not safe out there. Don’t j… The military takes him.

Julia: Get away from him! Take your hands...

Barbie: Don't jump!

Julia: Off of him! Leave him alone! Barbie!

Barbie: Don't jump!

Julia: Barbie! Barbie!

Big Jim was watching the scene.

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