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on both his manhood and his level of tolerance when, in an impulsive moment, the two kiss passionately and Marla pulls Jonas into the motel room. Just as the door closes, Jake arrives to address the audience about his belief in God and how miracles can be like magic tricks. Eventually, Jake runs into Jonas outside of the motel room and the two bond as Marla secretly looks on. When Jake departs, Marla and Jonas share one final tender moment before Sam arrives. When Sam realizes Jonas has slept with the Sheriff, however, she expresses concern for involving emotions with the con act. Later, on Night Two of the tent revival, Sam is prepping the team. Isaiah, who has overheard Sam's speech, has become tired of the hypocrisy and deception. We transition to the climax of the Second Revival, as Jonas is concluding his sermon. When audience members begin to yell out for prayers, Sam attempts to direct Jonas to Jake; Jonas refuses. Eventually, it is too much for Jonas to ignore...but Marla stops him and stands up to expose Jonas, and his crew, for what they really are. Seeing an advantageous opportunity, Jonas quells the gasps and uses the 'truth' as a false story of redemption. Beginning to sway the audience back on his side, Marla tries to regain control. When Sam forces Jonas to heal Jake, however, the young boy falls on his face in front of the audience; all are riveted and shocked. Marla has reached her boiling point and promptly arrests Jonas. As the Deputy drags the con man from the tent, he makes one final promise: if the tent is filled on the final night, there will be an astonishing miracle for the entire town! Act II We find Jonas confined to a simple jail cell. Outside on the street, the townspeople hold a vigil. Jake, who insists that he is okay, brings toast to Jonas. When Marla arrives, she informs Jonas that the citizens of the town have put up his bail. Despite the rift, Jonas tries to find out more about Marla's past and her bitterness. Now, at the tent, the crew prepares for its final revival. With everything that has occurred over the last 24 hours, many of the Angels question their commitment to the con. Ornella and Zak try to motivate the crew, while others question Jonas' act. Throughout the preparations, opposition is intensifying; Jonas is confronted by Sam, Isaiah, and his Angels. But because of his stubborn ways, the con man ignores the warnings. Isaiah, who can take more, rushes to Marla at the Sheriff 's office. He possesses the company books, which show proof of embezzlement and tax fraud. In haste, Isaiah agrees to hand over the records as long as everyone except Jonas walks free -- Marla agrees and a deal is struck. Meanwhile, at the tent, Jonas sits alone; staring at the stage. Jake comes in and Jonas insists that he stay at home for the final night but Jake refuses as he continues believe that a miracle might happen. Finally, Jonas screams at Jake and strides away. Marla is waiting for him who now reveals that she has been given confidential information about his operations and plans to use it against them to shut the tent revival down. With Jonas storming off upon hearing the news, Sam tries to reason with Marla and help her understand who Jonas is. The final night of service is now in full swing. As Jonas begins his healing, the crowd goes wild - stuffing money in basket after basket. Commotion ensues when Jake finally wheels himself over to Jonas; the crowd quiets down. Seeing this, Marla enters and surprises Jonas when she too demands 'one final miracle'. After a moment of healing, Jake attempts to take a step...but falls. The audience gasps. An unfazed Jake cries out for Jonas to begin praying for him, and the crowd joins in. Slowly, step by step, Jake walks. He eventually falls into Jonas' arms and all celebrate; Jonas is frozen by shock as he processes what has happened. The next day - Sunrise, We find Jonas' crew packing up equipment at the Arco station. Sam takes roll and notices that Jonas is unaccounted for. Isaiah was the last to see him, as he went walking off into the fields. Suddenly, Jonas appears. Much to Sam's dismay, Jonas informs her that he is not leaving. He will step down and allow Isaiah to take over. Ida Mae and the others overhear this, and come over to say their goodbyes. As the bus finishes loading up, Jonas stands outside; Marla and Jake arrive. Jonas reveals that he has given a portion of their earnings to Jake's mom, and Marla offers Jonas a new life in Sweetwater, Kansas. The two passionately embrace and the skies open up. As the curtain falls, rain pours down and Jake, Jonas, and Marla stand in wonderment about all that has happened.