In Tamam Shud, the chickens finally come home to roost for the Bowman family. From the moment Katie began working for the resistance, the safety and security of her family became tenuous. As much as Katie wanted to fight, I don't think that she ever took into account everything that she was risking. Will has worked double time in an effort to cover Katie's tracks and save his family. Before the arrival of Bennett and Burke, Will had trouble staying ahead of the authorities but now his charming smile and handsome good looks aren't going to be enough to keep him and those he loves out of danger. Up until this episode, Will has always found a way to keep the actions of his family away from the authorities but now, there's no where to hide an the bill has come due. The house of cards has officially crashed.
In recent episodes, we have come to understand that the resistance forces are large and varied, each working different angles to achieve the same goal. This week, we are introduced to two revolutionaries who plan on flying into Los Angelos bloc using a plane which doesn't have radar to avoid detection in order to retrieve the guantlet that Broussard's team stole from the aliens. It's a bold plan and probably a suicide mission but they go for it anyway. The pilot is shot out of the sky by a drone but Noa, the other resistance fighter manages to parachute to safety for now.
Burke and Will arrive at the crash site to begin their investigation. It's Will who notices the radio which survived the crash because Burke is busy playing his favourite game - cat and mouse. It seems that Burke has discovered that Katie and Maddie are sisters. Burke naturally assumes that it isn't coincidence that something was downloaded from Nolan's computer. For Burke, this provides the direct link he has been looking for to prove that Will cannot be trusted. Will tries to deflect by asking Burke about his personal relationships but Burke is not fazed, particularly because he has none to speak of. What Burke doesn't realise is that by questioning Will and bringing up Maddie, he effectively showed his hand. Will now knows that he doesn't have much time left. Will gathers what he needs from the pack and scrambles the radio signal.
Helena is very much feeling the pressure from all of the resistance activity in her territory and is desperate to avoid a rendition. Of course, Proxy Alcala wants to spin what happened rather than deal with the rebellion. Alcala suggests that they should simply speak to the people about the Greatest Day. I suppose he thinks that everyone is drinking the same Kool Aid.
Will heads home to give Katie a ride to the Yonk and to speak to her about the missing pilot. The two leave their children alone in the run down apartment. Will tells Katie of his plan to try and get into contact with the pilot before Homeland can and reveals that Burke is onto him. Katie doesn't want Will to head back to work but he's not prepared to go into hiding with the kids just yet.
Instead of staying at the Yonk, Katie meets up with Broussard to inform him of the missing pilot. Ona's arrival doesn't come as much of a surprise to Broussard because Hennessy had already informed him that someone would be coming from outside of the Bloc. Kate and Broussard head to a theater to meet up with Hennessy, only to find his throat slit. When Kate and Broussard double back to Hennessy's home, they discover that the gauntlet has been stolen. My guess is that this is the action of the Red Hand, because if Homeland had anything to do with it, they'd already be in cuffs. Broussard and Kate try to reach out using Hennessy's radio to report that their contact has been killed but without proper authorization codes, they are cut off from the conversation quickly.
Now that Burke has the goods on Will, he decides to take his information to Bennett. Burke asserts that it was Kate who stole the file from Nolan's computer and is rewarded by having Bennett authorise him to search deeper. Burke suggests that if Will is indeed working for the resistance, that if they do this right, he could potentially lead them right to Broussard.
Because Burke is busy hunting down the goods on Will, it frees Will to try to find a radio to get into contact with Ona. He has to use his badge and promise extra rations to get a person working at an electronics store to help him but it leads nowhere because Ona doesn't answer his hail.
Burke is in full on blood hound mode as he successfully breaks Emmett. Emmett has clearly been beaten but he's loyal enough to Will not to reveal Will's help in his escape from the safe house. Emmett however has no such loyalty to Katie, who tried to help and no idea that by revealing that it was Katie, who tried to contact him, that he's implicated Will. It's not Emmett's implication of Kate which is the final nail in Will's coffin though, it's Burke learning that Jennifer deleted all of the surveillance in Will's home, before committing suicide.
Now that Burke has all of the confirmation he needs, he orders the agents to sit on the children. Gracie is very upset about her new babysitters and talks about missing Lynsay. Bram tries to comfort his sister by saying that Lynsay was trying to brainwash her.