Detectives Charlie Crews and Dani Reese stand outside the station when they feel a mild tremor. "Did you feel that?" Charlie asks. Reese wonders why someone always asks that when you're right beside them. She felt it. Seconds later, a bigger quake hits and rocks them where they stand, along with the rest of Los Angeles. They steady themselves to keep their balance. After it ebbs, Charlie asks Reese, "Did you feel that?"
At the station, the power is out and it's a shambles. They're in full emergency mode. Not leaving the safety of his doorway, Tidwell announces that freeways are cut, there are 50 fires, power and water out citywide, and buildings collapsed. Charlie gets a call from a state corrections officer that a prisoner named Arthur Tins, whom Charlie put in jail, has escaped. The officer says he'll notify a witness who testified against Tins and asks if there are other people who need to know. Charlie thinks the guy sounds familiar and asks if they've spoken before. The officer doesn't think so, and asks if Charlie has any connections to the corrections department. "Not anymore," Charlie says.
At the mansion, Ted lies on the floor unconscious, having fallen down the stairs during the earthquake. When he wakes, he realizes that his hand is impaled with a pencil.
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