Of course no missile. We knew that was going to be the case. If not, it would have been extremely stupid. I did like how they handled it, though. In the bunker, they should have chained the prisoners to the wall or something and moved the family away from the prisoner who was on trial for killing their child. We could see that interaction coming a mile away. They also didn't need to focus on the keys of the guard prior to them taking his keys during the dustup. Also, would they really carry their keys like that, where they could be easily snagged? I don't think so. That bomb shelter seemed entirely too small for a building of that size (presumably). Chen and Bradford drinking - that seemed out of character completely, even in light of the possible missile strike. I don't think the nurse/doctor would have released any information to Lopez. While she is living with Wesley, unless he had her designated at the hospital as his next of kin, they wouldn't release information to her. Although, they would have released it to the arresting officer, which could have been Lopez since she and Jackson took the guy out from behind. I wonder if the attack is going to make Wesley second guess who he represents.... As far as the new TO - I'm sure a judge is going to accept Harper's taking of her daughter to the police station as acceptable. Not being able to get in touch with the father, and the daughter was taken to the police station where she was supervised by all sorts of people, including someone from social services is going to definitely go in her favor. I don't think it can be considered kidnapping if the child was taken to the police station during a state of emergency. I also don't think Nolan would have been able to talk down Harper's ex. Just not going to happen.