And then Charles wakes up in Emily's yard next to an empty can of kerosene, a blood-soaked purse, and an even bloodier baseball bat. He sees Emily's boat burst into flames down by the water. And while he's standing there in shock, Sam rolls up demanding, "Would it have killed you to just snap her neck?" Charles is shocked to learn he killed Emily. "You gave her a fricking Viking funeral!" Sam yells at him. He wants them to go meet Michael, and Charles is desperate to get this fixed. "It ain't gonna be easy, it' ain't gonna be cheap," Sam warns. Charles says he doesn't care, but when Michael confronts him at the boathouse demanding a million dollars, he says it's too much. After some desperate negotiation, Charles agrees to the million. Michael says he'll backdate a ticket to Tahiti to make it look like Emily skipped town and torched the boat as part of an insurance fraud scheme. So Charles gets on the phone to Martin, blackmailing him into bringing all the money -- including Martin's share. Everyone's happy (except Martin, presumably), and Sam invites Charles to Rio, suggesting a limo to the airport and everything.
Charles collects the money from Martin, taunts him, and runs back to give it to Michael, who promises, "By the time I'm done, it'll be like this never happened." Oh, Michael, you scamp.
In a limo to the airport with Sam, Charles is completely remorse-free. Sam says he figured out why Charles keeps blacking out. "I've been drinking too much," Charles duhs. "Well, it's that, yeah, and I've been drugging you," Sam agrees. The good news is he's not a murderer, not that Charles seemed all that bothered by that. But the bad news is that Sam told Martin where to find him. "We're going to Rio," Charles reminds him, remarkably slow on the uptake for an alleged con man. Sam has more bad news: he pulls out a pair of plane tickets and rips them up, saying they're not going to Rio. Did he really buy tickets just for that little display? The limo stops, and the driver lowers the divider. It's of course Fi behind the wheel. She finally gets to put her gun to Charles's face, and tells him it's time to get out. Charles puts a desperate hand on Sam's shoulder, and Sam peels it off, saying, "There's nothing more pathetic than a bitch who can't move on. A raging British jackass once told me that." And thus Charles is abandoned to his fate in the middle of a long causeway.