After her release, she meets Anand Manvekar. Tom says that he was going to say the same thing to her, and shows her the open box. The caller is Red, after he complains about her not taking his calls, he tells her that he knows who perpetrated the attack, but she will have to meet him for the information. Once inside the cabin the Stewmaker tells her that he sees this as part of his evolution and apologizes for what he is going to do to her, as he has been told to make her suffer. Liz is exonerated after Red kidnaps the The Director and threatens to have him charged with war crimes.
Liz is at home when she gets a phone call from her father telling her that he is in hospital for some more cancer tests.
She reunites with Big Buck, a man who used to work in the mining camps for her father. When she arrives home she says to Tom that they need to talk. Cover of Edition Published by the Feminist Press. When she arrive home with a Chinese take-out, the house is empty and Tom's phone goes straight to voice-mail. Harold and Diane look as Liz is being interrogated. Rabinowitz also takes on the arguments made by Walter Rideout who claims sexuality in proletarian literature is seen as healthy. By the end of the episode, she is seen with Reddington and is held hostage by him when Walter Gary Martin and agents hold them both at gunpoint.