The children worries about Lucas and Mister, Gillian proposes that they should go out and search for them. Ray declines and that Mister and Lucas helping them escape could go down the drain if the enemies followed them.
Gillian shouts at Ray and tells him that there's still time to save them if they were trapped. Ray explodes and tells her that the sacrifice of Mister and Lucas would have been useless if the soldiers are still alive and searching for them.
Ray and Gillian realizes that they were scaring everyone and apologizes. Pepe explains to the younger kids about the situation and said that all they could do is wait.
Everyone was gloomy until Emma cheers them up. Pepe, Don, Yvette, and Adam brings up food and the others were grateful at the change of atmosphere.
Afterwards, Oliver comes up to Emma and gives her a note from Lucas. He said that it contains the final call Lucas received in the telephone room right before the attack.
In the call was a 20-second recording from William Minerva, who is raising the banner of revolution. He said that he'll wait for them and a list of numbers were written down in the note.
Oliver and Emma were suspicious of William Minerva. They do not know if it's one of the supporters or Minerva himself, but their best choice was to get in touch with him if they are still facing the Ratri clan.
Oliver realizes what Mister and Lucas were about to do as he hands the letter to him, but he couldn't do anything about it. He then said that the two are relying on them to protect their family.
Meahile, Alicia, Dominic, and three other kids sneaked out of their hiding place to look for Mister and Lucas.
Unbeknownst to them, Andrew survived the explosion and have found the five.