Realizing the bomb didn’t make a dent in the dome, the people start getting nervous.
A deputy answers a 911 call at the school. She sees a body being dragged into the locker room and follows. In the shower, she sees herself, dead. A hideous, disfigured monster attacks her from behind and kills her.
Tom returns to Charleston, rather casually. Everyone is happy to see him. He goes straight to Weaver and Porter to tell them they should attack the Boston tower.
Eric leaves Willa in the vampire prison so she can warn Pam, Tara, and Jessica about the tainted Tru Blood. He promises to return for her, and takes Nora to Bill.
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.
Deb is staying with Vogel while she is being treated for severe PTSD. Vogel takes Deb back to the container, to “take away the power it holds” and remind her that she is a good person, but she will always choose Dexter.
Lafayette / Corbett has drowned Sookie into unconsciousness when Bill senses her danger and releases the captive Warlow to save her.