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Meanwhile, Katie seeks insulin for her nephew, Hudson, attempting a deal with the black market, carrying a forbidden weapon, violating curfew, and ultimately stealing insulin from a hospital, any of which carries severe penalties. Will is identified and given offers from LA Governor Snyder—first at a lavish cocktail party and the next morning at the Bowman's home making breakfast—to work for Homeland Security hunting the Resistance. Bowman gives in but demands help finding his son.
Katie meets with the leaders of the LA Resistance, offering to spy on Homeland through her husband. Will and his Homeland Security partner, Beau, arrest a man for the gateway bombing the week before. Katie informs Broussard and Quayle, who is concerned that the bomber's cell could give up vital information. Will's former co-worker, Carlos, has been arrested for the smuggling attempt. Katie and Will shelter his family and get them new identities, but Will can do nothing to prevent Carlos from being sent to the Factory.
Katie informs Broussard when Will goes to apprehend the rest of the cell, and Will arrives to find them all executed and concludes that the Resistance has a mole at Homeland. Maddie, while working catering services in the green zone, is invited for a fling by old acquaintance George; however he only wants to see her discretely which upsets her. Geronimo, a Resistance mobile radio operator, tells a story of injustice motivating the Santa Monica gateway bombing, urging people to resist.
Katie takes part in the hijacking of a supply truck, in which civilian and Resistance lives are sacrificed to determine drone response times. Will and Beau investigate, identify the resistance member and find a cipher in his home, leading to his entire family being sent to the Factory. Both Will and Katie have doubts about their work. Bram and schoolteacher Mr. Carson have been recording the Geronimo broadcasts and studying the Hosts' spacecraft launches. Fellow student Pia leads Bram to a secret way under the Wall, where she says there are supplies but no people.
Will and Beau discover the LA Resistance's underground armory and shooting range, costing the operation half of its weapons, and Katie is urged to deliver intelligence worth what Will is costing them. She tells them about The Rolodex, a Rap database with information on all citizens. Nelson McCormick. Broussard is shown to have infiltrated a Homeland Security team. Maddie gets a work assignment with Charlotte Burgess, and offers help locating prominent artworks in exchange for insulin. Bram's pirate radio tapes are confiscated but Will's boss, Phyllis, destroys them to protect Will's family.
Will is able to find and capture the pirate broadcaster, Luis Ortega, but discovers he is reading scripts delivered from the green zone. Phyllis reveals a picture of Katie at the truck ambush, coercing Katie into working for her. However, when Phyllis returns home, Broussard is waiting and executes Phyllis and her bedridden husband. Scott Peters. Will and Beau follow a lead on the Geronimo posters to a home in the green zone with a concealed print shop, capturing an advertising executive who invented the folk hero but has no connection to the insurgency.
However, Snyder makes an announcement that Geronimo was captured and puts Ortega on a week-long televised show-trial, after which he is publicly hanged. Jennifer suggests Katie could be the leak, leading Will to search their home and the Yonk. Bram ventures outside the wall with Pia, and helps her loot a warehouse. Quayle has his people, including Katie, gear-up for a big operation, while Snyder pulls Will into his SUV as his motorcade leaves the courthouse. The LA Colony administration plots against Snyder, waiting for a mistake to undermine his appointment.
In the lead vehicle of Snyder's motorcade, Broussard kills his team, halting the convoy at an insurgent ambush. Will holds them off and retreats, and the insurgents abort as drones approach. However, Snyder refuses to radio for help, fearing a coup or infiltration by the insurgents, so they shelter at The Yonk. Katie quietly informs the insurgents and Quayle orders lethal force against Will.
Katie kills a member of her cell to protect Will and has a brief standoff with Broussard, who leaves as Snyder appears to have fled. However, Will lied about Snyder's hiding spot and he emerges when Homeland Security arrive. Will informs Katie that folk hero Geronimo doesn't exist but was used by fanatics for violence. Quayle sends the surviving members of the cell into hiding, concluding that Katie is a double-agent.
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Will and Beau hunt for Broussard, who tries to fake his own death. Katie meets a conflicted Broussard and realizes she's been disavowed. To keep Broussard on her side, she tips Will to his location then tips Broussard so he can escape. However, Will notices a paperback used for a book code and realizes Katie is connected to Broussard.
Lindsey is shown to be a youth leader for a religious sect anticipating The Greatest Day, seeing the Hosts as the Second Coming, and secretly begins indoctrinating Gracie. And Maddie has involved herself in a love triangle with Charlotte and Nolan Burgess, but Nolan becomes more demanding and Charlotte asserts dominance by threatening to stop providing insulin.
Quayle contacts Will and offers to give up Broussard and the rest of his cell for a travel pass and supplies to leave the colony; Will takes the deal to Snyder but also informs Katie, hoping the insurgents will turn on each other. A man named Eckhart approaches Broussard for tactical support.
Quayle tries to hand over his cell at a meet with Eckhart, letting Homeland Security ambush them all in an open food market, but Katie spots troops on a rooftop and sounds an alarm. Broussard and Eckhart are able to flee but Rachel is killed along with a number of civilians. Will kills Quayle in a safehouse, blaming it on Broussard. Also, Bram and Mr Carson use a makeshift telescope to view a Host facility on the moon; it's the factory.
On the anniversary of the arrival, violence breaks out between Homeland Security and many mourners, protestors and looters breaking curfew. Will and Beau convince Snyder that insurgents are being delivered supplies from outside the colony, and from the top floor of a downtown skyscraper look over the wall to try and plan their escape. Broussard brings Katie to meet with Eckhart's cell, who need tactical support abducting a regional VIP they believe is coming into the colony by subway.
Snyder's people discover the utility tunnel under the wall, and Will realizes it is the perfect way out, urging Katie to leave with Beau and their children while he gets Charlie. He confides knowing that she's been spying on him for hardened killers, but she chooses the cause over her family.
Will invites Beau to escape while he can. Katie and the insurgents blow up the train and discover the VIP is in a high-tech full-body suit with four-digit gloves. Also, Maddie offers Charlotte a private art collection, allowing Charlotte to be caught with the unlogged artworks in a Homeland Security raid. Nolan provides Snyder with the administration's plans for the bloc.
In Santa Monica, Charlie and other street urchins violently rob a homeless man. Homeland Security is mobilized to find the Host attacked in their bloc, which stands to be destroyed in retaliation. The Host is taken to Eckhart's hideout where the technologists try to learn from it, even while the bloc is attacked from above.
Maddie takes the children to the Green Zone and safety at the Burgess home, but Bram sneaks away and brings Mr Carson to the tunnel. Jennifer identifies Eckhart and gives Will a head-start to save Katie.
He warns them that Homeland is coming and Broussard allows them five minutes to learn what they can, but Katie removes shielding so a signal from the Host's suit gets out, forcing them to flee as drones descend. Snyder tries to make a deal with Nolan to save the bloc and get himself a modest job in the Transitional Authority. The Host is carried out in a shroud, and Snyder gives Will the transit pass his daughter had refused, urging him to use it quickly. Just before the arrival, Will was working at the FBI.
He suspects his teammate, Devon, of receiving bribes and plans to request a transfer. All the agents are urgently called to find VIPs who have disappeared. Snyder is responsible for purchasing at a community college; two mysterious men, who know he has been embezzling, come to offer him a prestigious position. Broussard has just returned from overseas.
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