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As Finley and Dunn continue to look into the backgrounds of the parents, three of the parents are tasked with using their influence to steal a key piece of the mastermind's puzzle from the CIA. Meanwhile, Meg deals with the aftermath of her actions. At the mansion, Amber deals with the unwanted attention of one of her captors while Beth Anne and Kyle start to get closer.
Parents continue to receive phone calls from the mastermind behind the plot, Gibson, and the FBI inform the parents of the kidnapped children that they are now all part of an FBI investigation. Beth Ann is certain her sister Meg is lying and can't quite understand why, if Meg did exactly as the kidnappers demanded, Amber hasn't been released. This time a U.S Congressman and his wife and a U.S. Senator - all of whom have access to the CIA building - are tasked to retrieve the video Gibson has been seeking. The theft is to be accompanied by a major distraction but it leads to death. Meg recognizes the photo of a former employee who was liaison to the CIA. At the kidnap house, the students are required to package the money they received from Meg. One of the students is seriously injured by an overzealous guard.
Thid kids are divided in two groups and ordered to compete, under penalty, to finish fastest wrapping ransom cash in inconspicuous, coffee beans-cloaked packets. Jin Liao tries to slip out a help message, but is found out and beaten senseless by a thoughtless guard goon. Gibson keeps everyone guessing clueless, now concentrating on a senator and his wife, but this the time FBI guesses that his real target is not the DC building they're kept in but Arlington, the intelligence agencies seat.
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