The Messengers wake up groggy and hung over after their night celebration. Josh is in the kitchen and is joined by the other Messengers. Vera reads off a letter from Rose, saying that it's all over and she's off in search of her ex fiance in Seattle. The Messengers start to talk about what they want to do now that there's no threat hanging over them anymore. They all talk about the possibility of a fresh start and a life without the devil troubling them. Suddenly a red wave hits them and it's clear that another seal has been broken.
The Messengers watch the news and learn that Leland Schiller engineered a massacre at the hospital. Joshua is the first to say that this is all hopeless and that the apocalypse is a done deal. Vera argues that people have to fight and asks what Rose would say if she were there. Joshua is the first to leave the house, as Vera pleads for the Messengers to have a little faith. That's an odd statement coming from the atheist isn't it?
Raul and Erin both agree that there's still time for them to find a
place and bunker down for the worst. They leave together. Koa Lin moves
to leave and Peter asks her for a ride. With tears in her eyes, Vera
says that this cannot be happening.
Joshua is deep into pills and booze when he gets a vision of two boys on
a small tractor. There's a knock on the door and it's Vera with the
news that everyone is splitting up. Joshua is adamant that he is
done, so Vera tells him that Rose is coming back. Vera argues that
Joshua is their only hope and asks if he has had another vision. Joshua
lies and reiterates that prophecy is prophecy and there's no changing
that. Joshua starts to swallow some pills and Vera knocks them away and asks Joshua if he is going back to the church to lie. Joshua fights back reminding Vera that she hasn't told the father of her child that Michael exists. An angry Vera storms out.
The doorbell rings and this time it's Jeff, who's an attorney at Joshua's father's church. It seems that Jeff wants Joshua to come back to the church and be its new leader in the wake of the controversy surrounding Joshua's father. Joshua is resistant and is about to close the door when Jeff promises a pay day in the seven figure range.
Back at the house, Erin and Raul are packing their things. The plan is to go to Alaska because it's far away and they can reinvent themselves. Raul adds that the bonus is that when the apocalypse happens, it will take awhile to reach them. Erin asks about Nadia and is told by Amy that Nadia is outside with some lady. Raul heads outside and finds Nadia arguing with her mother. Nadia is not impressed and doubly so when Raul admits that he called Gabriela to take Nadia to Tulsa. Nadia storms off saying that she can take care of herself. Gabriela questions if Raul could have handled this any worse. Back inside, a frustrated Nadia looks up the G.E.D.
We get a flashback to Nadia asking her mother if she is going to get the computer she wants for her quinceañera.
Gabriela smiles and tells Nadia that when she was fifteen, she wanted high heels. Clearly, the relationship between mother and daughter is good. When Gabriela leaves the room, Nadia decides to search for her computer and comes across a strip of pictures of Gabriela and Raul. On the back is written a declaration of love.
When Cesar enters, Nadia tries to hide the photos but she is not fast enough and her father asks to see what she is hiding. Later, the party is in full swing with a Mariachi band playing away, Cesar stops the music and accuses Gabriela of sleeping with his brother. Cesar yells for Gabriela to get out and never come back.
In the present, Jeff sweetens his deal by offering complete control of the church, a company car and of course, use of the church jet. How big is this church? Really? He couldn't just fly coach? Jeff then asserts that he believes that Joshua had a vision and that there are many who believe in him. Joshua takes another drink, clearly starting to warm up to the idea.
Kao and Peter are driving together and he holds his birth certificate in his hands. Kao points out that Peter will never be able to go back after what he learns today and Peter points out that there's no going back to the Messengers because none of them are thinking of each other. Do you catch how Peter isn't including himself in that statement as though he isn't actively driving away with Kao. Peter is adamant that what he wants is a real family. When they pull up at the address Peter has for his mother, it turns out to be a run down former asylum.
Kao and Peter make their way into the asylum because it's the last known residence of Anne Moore, Peter's mother. They are stopped by the caretaker and Peter explains that he is looking for more information on his mother. When he says that his mother is Ann Moore, the caretake starts to listen instead of trying to shoo him out the door.
Raul goes to see an upset Nadia and explains that he believed calling Gabriela was the right thing to do. Nadia however believes that Raul called because he wants to finish what he started with Gabriela now that Cesar is dead. Raul however says that if he didn't call Gabriela, Nadia never would. Nadia however feels that Gabriela ruined her life. Raul admits to the affair and says that after Nadia came along, Gabriela ended it and stood by Cesar and Nadia. Raul makes it clear that Gabriela chose Nadia because Nadia is the most important thing in Gabriela's life.
Back at the church, Joshua is informed that he has a full house waiting to hear what he has to say. Joshua points out that his father ruined his reputation but Jeff is adamant that a lot of people believe in Joshua. Jeff again reminds Joshua to think about everything he has to gain, as he walks him to the pulpit, professing that the kingdom is Joshua's now.
At the Bar and Grill, Vera sits with Leo and shows him a picture of Michael, calling Michael their son. Vera explains that she planned on telling Leo the night he broke up with her. When Leo asks where Michael is, a sad Vera reveals that Michael is gone.
The caretaker leads Kao and Peter through the asylum. He explains that Anne came from a religious background and was extremely sheltered. When Ann became pregnant at 16, her family put her through hell and she tried to kill herself. The family put Ann in the asylum and then forgot about her after that. Peter's father tried to visit but wasn't allowed in, nor was he informed that Anne was pregnant. The caretaker explains that Ann really began to look forward to having Peter and she would stare out the window at the lilies dreaming while rubbing her stomach.
Leo is angry that Vera kept the knowledge of Michael from him and Vera apologises. Vera then goes into the details of Michael's kidnapping. Leo starts asking questions about things like security cameras and asks to be walked through it again. Vera assures Leo that she checked all of the theories going through his head and has proof of that.