Brett O'Keefe, alt-right media personality, rants against President-elect Keane and blames her for that morning's bombing in Manhattan.
Keane is moved to an undisclosed location for her safety.
Quinn and Franny are watching news coverage of the bombing when Carrie gets a call from Reda who informs her that Sekou delivered the bomb and asks her to go to Sekou's home to assist his mother and sister. Quinn agrees to watch Franny until her babysitter arrives.
Conlin confronts Carrie and demands that she reveals who gave her the recording of him and Saad that got Sekou released.
Carrie approaches Roger, her friend at NSA, to inform him of Conlin's suspicions. Roger insists that he did not provide the recording; he filed an incident report on her request and sent it up the chain of command. Carrie informs Conlin that it was not through her contact that she got ahold of the recording.
A reporter knocks on Carrie's door and Quinn answers. They are looking for Carrie to ask questions about Sekou. A crowd is beginning to gather and Quinn is suspicious. When a hooligan throws a rock through the window, Quinn fires his gun out the window. He tells Franny and the nanny to hide in the bathroom while he deals with the escalating situation.
Dar brings Keane up to speed on the bombing and informs her that Carrie was involved in Sekou's defense. Later, Dar picks up Saul from the airport and Saul briefs him on his meeting with Javadi.
Carrie is stopped by the police when she approaches her home and tries to convince the chief to let her speak to Quinn. The police refuse; instead they send an ESU team into the house. Quinn incapacitates one of the officers and takes him hostage.
The chief finally agrees to let Carrie speak to Quinn. She tries to convince him to turn himself in and explain to the police that it was a misunderstanding, but he insists that there is a conspiracy afoot. The police finally storm the apartment and take Quinn into custody.