Quinn wakes up in a mysterious house by a lake. Astrid is there.
When she checks in on him later that day, Quinn is gone. She catches up to him. He's trying to walk back to New York to figure out what's going on. Astrid tells him Dar Adal made a deal with the police that requires Quinn to stay out of the public eye.
Carrie learns that Franny has been removed from school by Child Protective Services because of the "hostage" incident at her house earlier that week. She tries to explain to the social worker, and later to a judge, that Franny was not in danger, but she loses the argument and Franny is placed in foster care. Later we learn that Franny's removal was orchestrated by Dar Adal.
Carrie is distraught and, in a drunken panic, calls Keane to ask her to intervene with the authorities on her behalf. Keane refuses, saying it's unethical to use the office of the president for personal matters.
Meanwhile, Javadi arrives in New York and Nate arranges a meeting between him and Saul. Before the meeting can occur, however, Iranian intelligence picks up Javadi for questioning. Somebody at the CIA has tipped them off that he is a spy.
Javadi survives, thanks to the help of a younger officer, and warns Saul of what happened. Saul deduces that Dar Adal must have been the one who blew Javadi's cover.
Back at the lake, Dar pays Quinn a visit to convince him to stay put. Dar tells Quinn if Carrie is the reason he wants to go back to New York, he should know that she's taking care of him out of guilt, not love.