Fi wakes Ellie to take her turn as lookout while the others sleep.
Sitting up there alone, Ellie thinks about how much she's changed recently, going from a kid to an adult—or at least she's on her way to being an adult.
Just then, Corrie arrives; she can't sleep with all the things on her mind.
Talking, the girls figure that they've lost their innocence and all sense of safety is gone.
Corrie doubts there is enough manpower to search for all the people in their district. Her theory is that the army is using Wirrawee as a way through to other bigger cities.
Homer comes along and shocks them out of their daydream. Apparently dude used to be kind of out there and once escaped from a class by climbing down a drainpipe.
A friendly jet chased by three enemy jets makes the trio pause.
Homer forms a plan to find Lee and Robyn; he also says they should pack up survival gear and food and go to Hell to live.
It's list-making time, and the groups argues about what unnecessary items they should be allowed to bring for sentimental reasons.
Fi suggests they bury valuables. Great idea there, Fi.
Finally, the list is topped off with guns of all sorts. Things just got real… again.
Out of nowhere, a helicopter moseys up and everyone scatters to the places Homer assigns them in order to spy. Ellie sees a dog happily wandering around outside, and she freaks out that the soldiers will notice it and come snooping.
While waiting for the soldiers' move, the group forms a plan that involves surrendering if the copter lands.
But it flies off. Yay.
Immediately they spring to action, deciding that hiding is best and looting should be done at night.
Just as everyone gets safely tucked away in a shed, a jet comes and blows up Corrie's house.
Corrie has a major break down and can't do anything but sob for hours. Everyone waits for her to calm down.