Okay, so in fact nobody has the Resurrection holoband, because Jordan dropped it in Orpheus Park while he was getting shot and rolling down that hill. So maybe it's still there, because nobody else has it. They go there and find it, and Daniel puts it on, and sees the whole Atlas Arena thing and figures out how they're all going to die and everybody's going to die and then they will be in stupid fake Heaven. Who are the C-Bucs playing in this ill-fated matchup? Oh, the Delphi Legion. Whom they're only playing once this season. And can you guess what day that's going down?
(The sweetest part was how, on the way to Orpheus Park, Amanda was like, "Yeah, probably this holoband is important for some apocalyptic reason, but also we can use it to call Zoë. I bet she's really bored." I just loved that: "She must be goin' nuts!")
Anyway, so now the Graystones call in a bomb threat at Atlas Arena, but of course Singh's got that exit covered; he's also got the entire city's (planet's?) worth of billboards screaming about how they're terrorists, so that's gonna hamper their mobility.
The Guatrau is not feeling this little meeting with Joe, which is taking place inside virtual Goldie's, while he sits in actual Goldie's, while the Adamas are elsewhere so everybody feels safe. G-Man hates holobands and is old some more, plus worried about how his business partner Graystone is suddenly a terrorist and his whole day is this huge hassle, and Fiddy's like, "This way you can look him in the eye, which you always told me was key to negotiations, since you started training me to be a Mob Queen when I was six."
The Guatrau points out that there's nothing to negotiate -- killed the kid, stopped trying to kill the rest of them, let me get back to my danish -- and she reminds him that he used to love the Adamas like his own kids. "You loved them, you indulged them, and you don't want to admit that maybe that's why they overstepped..." All this talk of feelings gives him indigestion and he finally gives in. She helps him into the bands herself.