Sue Ellen and Ann meet at the park. Ann gives Sue Ellen the recording of Ryland blabbing all his dirty plans. Sue Ellen is confused. Ann declines to explain, saying, "What's important is that you stay in the race. The good people of Texas need you." I'm a Texan and I prefer my governors to be a little better at blackmailing, thank you very much.
Bobby confronts Vicente at the FBI office. Long story short: Vicente is screwed. They have signed confessions from John Ross and J.R, as well as video of Vicente's men killing Ver-Marta. John Ross and J.R. got total immunity for their confessions, which seems kind of iffy to me, but whatever. "You never should have touched a hair on my boy's head," J.R. says. "Remember, life in prison is cheap and I'm a very rich man." Vicente's like, "Dude, you borrowed money from me." As Vicente is carted off to jail, Bobby has some parting words for J.R. He reminds his big bro that he still has a copy of the cloud drive and will use it if J.R. ever tries to cross him again. But... doesn't J.R. already have immunity for everything on there?
Bobby and Christopher return home. John Ross is waiting for them. "I guess you heard what happened with Elena," he says. "You gonna tell me I got what I deserved?" "Elena deserved the truth," Christopher says. Then why didn't you tell her, you dolt? Christopher waggles his shaming finger at John Ross some more, but it doesn't have the smack-down value it should. Maybe if Christopher weren't so damned smug. Bobby encourages them to try to make their new business venture work. The doctors may have removed more than his aneurysm when they went into his brain.
Christopher gets a call from Bum. He's found Tommy's motel room. They find the place deserted and totally cleaned out. As they turn to leave, the phone rings. Christopher answers. The woman on the other end assumes he's Tommy and starts going on about Uncle Fred's heart attack. "Who is this?" Christopher asks. "What do you mean 'who is this'? It's your sister, Rebecca," says a blond who is definitely not the Rebecca we've come to know. Christopher tries to convey some emotions with his face.
He goes back to the Condo of Death. "I just spoke to Tommy's sister," he says to this other Rebecca. "The real Rebecca Sutter," he adds. That explains why the background check came back clean, if it was run on Tommy's actual sister. Shouting and crying ensue. Christopher calls her a liar, so she calls him one right back for being in love with Elena all along. Ugh. Christopher needed to be called out on this -- for all the wistful stares long before he knew about the con; for kissing Elena the day he learned of his father's cancer -- but it needed to come from someone whose opinion couldn't be discounted because her own sins are so much worse. Christopher threatens to send Rebecca to prison and take the babies. Rebecca threatens to send him to acting school.