From learning it takes a village to brainwash a child to a display of Broussard’s skills with explosives, moments big and small lead the way to putting both Katie and Broussard in tenuous positions with their own people.
“The Greatest Day”
Lindsey starts her indoctrination of Gracie – it all begins with a paper doll. We begin to understand the way this new religion is tying the Hosts to Jesus. Gracie agrees not to tell anyone about the “special book” Lindsey gives her. Because the Bowmans totally need more secrets to keep from each other.
Dwight Ford Is Not Home
Will leads a team of Redhats to Dwight Ford/Broussard’s house and their knock does not get a welcome reception.
Broussard Makes A Case To Spare Katie
While staging a fire to fake Broussard’s death, Broussard suggests to Quayle that they spare Katie. But Quayle, citing Julius Caesar, argues that she’s done enough damage.
“I Need A Partner”
Noland acknowledges his wife’s reckless ways and suggests Madeline could be by his side instead in the new reality.
Will and Beau just miss Eric Broussard at his house, but Will comes face to face with Quayle, the man who wants his wife dead, and finds a copy of “Nostromo” among Broussard’s things. The look on Will’s face shows he knows it’s no coincidence Katie had the same book hidden away.