Deb and Dexter are being counseled by Dr. Vogel. Dexter is mad in a way that I don’t think we have ever seen him before. He’s not just mad, but he is hurt.
It’s “visitor’s day” at the dome. The government is bringing in people by the busload who have family in the dome. Linda sees Rusty, but has to tell him that his brother is dead.
Through fractured flashbacks, we learn a little bit about the town’s backstory.
Tom wakes from a nightmare of aliens, in bed, with Rebecca. This isn’t before the invasion; it is as if it never happened.
Lafayette / Corbett has drowned Sookie into unconsciousness when Bill senses her danger and releases the captive Warlow to save her.
The dome people are falling sick, and there is a shortage of doctors. Two are outside of the dome and one, Peter, is “missing.”
A 10-car pile-up and missing doctors make the ER insane. Scott brings his mom some dinner, and while there, Ethan brings in a dying Danny, who throws up mistletoe.
The Masons head off in search of Anne. They are supposed to meet up with the new rebel leader but he shows up, badly injured, and can only announce that the aliens are after the Masons before he dies.
With a giant flame ball hovering over him, Warlow dismounts Sookie and slips into his British accent. He insists that he is not there to kill her; rather, he loves her, and it is their destiny to be together
A patrolman finds Deb asleep in her car. She is drunk and her car isn’t as much parked as it is crashed into a parking meter. He has no choice but to take her to the station, but at least he keeps her out of the drunk tank.