Sarah asks Chuck if he can hear her, and he says he's on the eighth floor, but they've already evacuated his dad. She tells him to hold tight; they're on their way. Chuck pulls out a Swiss Army knife and cuts off Jill's ankle bracelet. She looks shocked and asks what he's doing. He tells her there was no deal; that he lied to her at the time because he was willing to do whatever it takes to find his father. But not anymore. He says she held up her side of the bargain, and now he's going to hold up his. He told her he wouldn't let them change him, and he won't. She thanks him, sort of teary, and starts to leave. He stops her and says she'll be all alone with no money, so he gives her the ring, which is worth a lot. He says Casey's going to kill him, but he puts it in her hand. He tells her he always dreamt of giving her a ring, but not like this. She asks Chuck if he's sure he can trust them. He tells her to go. Awww. I'm glad we got a better ending for Jill, if that really is the end for Jill.
Buy More: Buster gives Big Mike a green shirt and welcomes him back to "gen pop," wishing him good luck. Big Mike looks sad and walks over to Morgan. He kisses him on the lips and says, "I know it was you, Morgan. You broke my heart. You broke my heart." Thank you, Godfather II, for that very awkward moment. Perfect delivery from Big Mike on that line, though it was more than a little odd. I think homages should work without being an homage, and that one really wouldn't. Big Mike would never kiss Morgan if they hadn't been going for Godfather there. But Morgan looks sad. Big Mike joins all the rest of the non-Buster, non-Morgan staff and they look at Morgan, who's all alone in the world. Just like Jill. Big Mike does say he doesn't want anything to happen to Morgan as long as he's dating Morgan's mom.