Duncan decides to take his baby and run, not only making trouble for Veronica, but bringing in the FBI as well. Veronica seems to help with the search, but she's really helping Duncan to cross the border. When Keith finds this out, he says he can no longer trust her. Weevil and Logan are also having some trust issues, as they can't figure out which PCHer is in league with the Fitzpatricks.
Duncan kidnaps Meg's baby (her parents named her Faith, but Duncan later names her Lilly) and hides. Veronica plants evidence on a boat for the FBI to find and has a fake conversation with a recording of Duncan so that the FBI will go to Big Bear. Then Astrid, who is working with Veronica and Duncan, uses Veronica's credit card in Mexico, so Lamb will go there. Duncan hides in Lamb's trunk and successfully crosses the border, where he finds Vinnie Van Lowe, Astrid, and baby Lilly.
Weevil and Logan are working together. They think one of the PCHers must have killed Felix and be in league with the Fitzpatricks, so they set up a scenario to find out who it is, but it doesn't work. However, Weevil finds out that Felix was dating Molly Fitzpatrick.
Wallace left Chicago because he was in the car when his teammate Rashard Rucker accidentally ran over a drunken homeless person. However, a reporter for the Chicago Statesman finds Wallace.
In the ending sequence, Duncan is seen holding his baby and looking out the window of Vinnie's truck; Veronica is in her room, looking at a strip of paper. When she places the slip of paper on her bedroom mirror we see that it is actually the fortune cookie that Duncan made for her that said "True Love Stories Never Have Endings". The fortune cookie also references the Lostnumbers.