They're in a parking garage somewhere. Syd, gun pointed, enters into a parking garage somewhere. Why do these gunfights often end up in a parking garage? It makes me glad I don't own a car. I'd hate to, like, go shopping at a mall in Vernon Hills and wind up eating lead from an errant spy gunfight. Bishop peels around the corner in a Mercedes and Syd shoots at him, but he keeps going. Elsewhere in the garage, Weiss shoots his baddie dead. He hears a door slam above him and turns his gun toward it. It's Vaughn, with his own gun pointed. "Dude!" snaps Weiss. "I knew it!" Hee. He's totally pissed off that his boyfriend didn't trust him enough to let him in on the Apple Store secret.
Back down with the cars, Bishop's still careening around in his Mercedes. He peels around the corner and Syd jumps on top of the car. Drive drive drive. Hang hang hang. Spin spin spin. Bishop shoots up through the roof of the car, missing Syd. She pulls out her gun and shoots directly down into the car, wounding Bishop. He crashes into another car and Syd rolls off onto the ground. He gets out, obviously hurt, and moves over to her, reloading his gun. Syd's gun isn't within reach, I guess, because she just looks up at him, thinking her number's up. "I liked you much better as Charlene," he spits, pointing the gun. Suddenly, he's shot several times from behind. It's Nadia to the rescue. Syd looks up in surprise.
Nadia walks up and calmly plugs Bishop with an extra eight bullets. In fact, she's so intent on shooting him that she keeps pulling the trigger long after the chamber's empty. Syd stands up and asks dryly, "Is that how you normally deal with bad guys?" Heh. She has her father's sense of humor. "He was the one," says Nadia. Oh, no. "Bishop. He killed our mother." Syd looks past Nadia and slaps Jack with the evil eye. Heh. Nice one, Jack. Well, your ass is definitely covered. For the moment.