At Ravenwood, Cassie tried to convince Olivia to tell Phillip the truth about Emma. Cassie implied that Olivia was only after the Spaulding fortune and as long as she kept her daughter a secret, she was playing into the rumors. Olivia didn't care as long as Lizzie stayed away from her baby. Cassie threatened to tell Phillip the truth, but Olivia posed a counterthreat -- if Cassie told, Olivia and Emma would leave, and with the Spaulding resources, they'd never be found. She wanted Phillip to keep believing that he owed her.
Cassie finally saw Olivia had been using her in order to fulfill her plan to gain control over the Spauldings. Cassie didn't believe that Lizzie was the reason Emma was still a secret. Cassie had seen what losing his daughter had done to Phillip. Olivia realized she had no other choice than to take Emma to Ravenwood to meet her father. But she had to take care of something first.
At the Beacon, Olivia met a man who handed her a file. She was anxious to get to work.
Cassie promised Phillip he was going to get better. Phillip envied Cassie's ability to heal after losing her child and Richard. He admitted that although he was still living, he was not sure why he should be. Cassie said it was love that had helped her through. She hoped he would have love to help him too.
At the museum, Marah told Marina and Michelle that she wasn't going to the fairgrounds. She feared Carrie was up to something. Michelle felt that a memorial for Maryanne was the best way to end things. It would provide everyone with peace. Marina agreed, feeling Michelle's enthusiasm. Marah gave in.
At the fairgrounds, spotlights illuminated Buzz, Billy, and Josh. Buzz nearly drew his gun when Alan and Ed arrived. He checked to make sure it was loaded when the others entered the fun house. They felt vulnerable as they spotted Carrie in the house of mirrors. Carrie kept her distance -- she had seen Buzz at the shooting range that day and knew she was in danger.
Buzz showed the others the gun, proud that he had gone prepared. Josh was disgusted, promising Buzz wasn't going to use it. Carrie wanted "a life for a life" and insisted one of the girls had to die to balance the scales. Josh became enraged, kicking and cracking one of the mirrors, begging her to kill him instead. However, Carrie wanted the pleasure of seeing him suffer.
Carrie demanded the men choose which girl would die. Alan threatened that it might be Carrie who died that night. She suggested she might already have the girls even though they had told her they wanted nothing to do with her.
The girls explored the fairgrounds, feeling the effects of the Antimonius in their rings. They followed the music emanating from the fun house. Josh thought he heard Marah's voice. The guys realized all three girls had to be there. Buzz pulled his gun as they split up to look for the girls. Josh saw Marah in the mirror and Carrie in the distance, pointing a gun. Billy, Buzz, and Josh yelled for Marah to get down on the floor. She did.
Sandy scanned family photos at the Lewis house. He read the inscription on a handmade ashtray and realized Reva hadn't been there much for Shayne's childhood either. Reva entered with a box of junk and asked Sandy to help her start sorting through the remnants of her family's past. Sandy agreed on the condition that Reva make him cookies. He found a carousel music box and said he had always wanted one.
The music made Reva zone out, but when Sandy asked if she was having a psychic vision, she said it was nothing -- the music gave her the creeps. Reva noted it was the second time she'd had a feeling when Sandy had been around. She said maybe they really did have a connection. After Sandy left, Reva saw a vision of Carrie in the house of mirrors while going through an old jewelry box.