Meanwhile, Jilly Kitzinger (Lauren Ambrose) is none too happy with her new position within the family and expresses her frustration to the Blue-Eyed Man (Teddy Sears). Surprisingly, he agrees and tells her that has been invited to Shanghai to meet the Families. She is sceptical, stating that China closed their borders months ago but the Blue-Eyed Man says yes, but not to them. He tells her that her name is now Lucy Statten Meredith and that they will not meet again.
Back in Swansea, there is a knock on the door and possibly the creepiest police officer of all time, Finch (Ian Hughes), forces his way into Gwen’s house, citing the Emergency Powers Act as a reason for not needing a warrant. In what must surely be the most tense scene in television history, we watch as the police search the house and Finch personally conducts a search of the basement, sweeping his torch across the wall behind which Geraint and Mary Cooper (Sharon Cooper) are hiding. He does not find anything but before he leaves, he tells Gwen to take great care of her family. Is he giving her a message or simply threatening her?
Once again the affairs of the Torchwood team begin to converge. In Langley, Charlotte reports that there is no DNA lead from the blood on the Podesta murder weapon and Rex slowly realises that he is dealing with a mole, although he doesn’t quite realise yet that it is Charlotte. Oswald Danes gains access to Gwen’s house by posing as a delivery man, prompting Gwen to take a saucepan to the most recognisable face on the planet. It turns out that Oswald wants Jack, that he knows Jack was smuggled into country and that Gwen provided him safe haven. In return, he says he has the name of the miracle.
Jack and Esther are reunited with Gwen as they Retcon the spy from across the road and gain access to Gwen’s house. Matters reach fever pitch as the team process the fact that Danes really is a monster and that he really did say that his victim "should have run faster". The newly emboldened Esther intervenes and Danes tells them how he stole Kitzinger’s laptop and tracked her online, and that she disappeared the previous day. Thinking he knows the name of the person behind the miracle, he tells them that Kitzinger was employed to send information to Harry Bosco. Esther laughs and says Harry Bosco is not a man, but a process.