Oliver and Helena are sitting in chairs in a warehouse with their hands zip-tied behind them. She tells Nick (the "associate" from earlier, the one that attacked Russo's) that her father is going to kill him. He backhands her. Turns out she dropped her crucifix at the warehouse, so he knows she's the vigilante. Oliver offers money to get out and gets called "Richie Rich." Wrong comic book character! Helena says her father had Michael murdered and Nick says Michael was talking to "the frigging FBI." Nick knows this because he found a laptop in Michael's bag and it was full of evidence. Man, if you're planning on informing on the mob, you should put a password on that. Helena says it was her laptop and she was talking to the FBI. Nicky shrugs that it makes Michael's death her fault. He's got a point! But the important part is that Nick did the shooting.
Nick levels a gun at Helena and Oliver snaps his zip tie and attacks. And Helena also snaps her zip tie! Good for her; I was afraid Oliver was going to have to save her. Oliver uses Nick as a human shield when a goon opens fire. The two heroes pummel some goons and she kills hers. Oliver seems surprised by that and she tells him she didn't have a choice: "No one can know my secret." I was hoping that would mean she was going to kill him next.
The police have no fingerprints, so they don't know who killed Nick Salvati. So it's not clear where their listening device was earlier. They clearly didn't bug Nick. And they didn't bug Frank, because he's the top of the mob pyramid. Did they have Bertinelli Construction bugged? Because that's where Frank does all of his most secret mob business, so they should be able to put together a case by now. Anyway, they decide the Hood didn't do it because "it's been a while since the Hood broke anyone's neck." But they hope Bertinelli blames him anyway, because a war between the mob and the triad would be bad somehow.
Tommy goes to Laurel's apartment. His credit cards and all his accounts have been zeroed out. His car was repossessed and he has to move out of his apartment by the end of the month. Oh, poor ex-billionaire. He probably should have put some money in his own name, right? She says he'll be fine. And she offers up that pizza from earlier, which has been sitting in her refrigerator. That's nice, actually. I mean, I don't feel that bad for Tommy, since all that happened was that he lost a ridiculous amount of money he didn't earn, but at least he has someone to soothe him.