Matt reuniting with Tom was great, but now it seems that they are no longer with Hal's (large) group, so we continue to have to follow three sets of activities, even if it does seem they may condense further shortly. And, for some reason, the drama feels the need to add more characters (not THAT many have died!), like Sara, whom joined the entourage by way of defending her property from Pope (see image below). There's also Matt's friend, Mira, and Cochise's second-in-command, Shak-chic (Shaq, for short), plus Lexi's cult followers. I'm having a difficult time trying to figure out where the series is going with this, but expanding the cast could have a powerful impact on the program's direction...
Meanwhile, while Cochise leads Tom and Weaver to Matt, they're attacked by a mysterious creature, and Cochise falls unconscious to heal himself. Weaver and Tom continue on, but the kids whistle to alert authorities, though Mira leads them to Matt, who was being beaten up by his squad leader in solitary confinement. [I love how protective Tom is... but I still can't get past seeing Noah Wyle as John Carter, who wouldn't wail on a kid...] Time is against the Masons, but they can't find Weaver and must escape with Mira's help. [awww. I was hoping she'd get to come along!] Turns out, Weaver was again attacked and dragged outside... and it turns out that his stalker is none other than his daughter, Jeanne, who has been transformed by the Espheni. [we better get more information about this process next episode!] Unfortunately, a Skitter kills her.
Elsewhere, Anne is dumbfounded that people pretty much worship her daughter, but when Ben and Maggie tell her what else they know, the mother confronts her daughter, and practically destroys the peaceful covenant in place between Lexi and the Espheni.