AVClub: They did it. The Manhattan writers figured out how to get Frank out without cheating: a phone call from Eleanor Roosevelt. We were never likely to see what exactly went on behind the scenes with Albert Einstein and Eleanor Roosevelt, but I’m dying of curiosity. What do you think Glen and Liza told Al? That Frank is in an internment camp for violating compartmentalization and sabotaging the efforts of the US military to get the bomb first to win this war as soon as possible? Probably not. To what extent do you think they apprised Eleanor Roosevelt of Frank’s situation? We’ll probably never know. It’s fitting that as the episode ends, we don’t even know the conditions of Frank’s return. It looks like he’s sneaking into Charlie’s house. Did he have to sneak back onto the Hill?