Later, Mike and Susan are alone. He doesn't know what to say so she'll know how sorry he is. She says she does know and she's not looking for another apology. What she is looking for is his word that he won't freeze her out like this again. He swears, and she says good. The camera backs up to show piles of bills. She asks if it's everything, and he asks if she wants him to walk her through it. She says no, she just wants to get a sense of where they stand; she'll ask if she has questions. He kisses her on the head and leaves her there, crying over his bills.
At the hospital, Angie asks him why they're putting him in a coma on purpose, since his brain seems fine. "It's not like you think you're Napoleon." Nick looks at her and she makes sure he doesn't think he's Napoleon. He says there's a little swelling pushing against his skull, and they say this is going to relieve it. He says he'll only be out a couple of days, and tells her to be with Danny. She says she was thinking of bringing him back, since it's been three days and nothing's happened. She's starting to think Nick was wrong, but he says they're not taking any chances. He starts to get out of the hospital bed and says he'll drag her out of town himself. She says she'll go stay with Danny if it will keep him from killing himself. He says okay, and tells her she's easy to get along with. She shakes her head and gives him a kiss.
When she gets home that night, there are candles everywhere. Patrick, behind her, says, "Hey, Angie." She turns and he says she doesn't seem surprised to see him. Then he tells her he's already found her gun, so don't bother running to get it. She tells him to go to hell, and he says the suburbs must be forcing her to think in clichés. She says it was him who ran over Nick, and Patrick asks if she'd believe him if he said it was an accident. She says he'll never find Danny, and he says that's okay; they're not that close. She asks if he's going to kill her and he says no, he needs her alive. She's going to do him a favor. She asks what kind, and he says they'll discuss it tomorrow. He's had a long couple days, what with searching the house for firearms and running down Dudley Douchebag. He asks which way to the guestroom, and she asks if he really thinks she'll let him stay here. He says she has no choice, because if she calls the cops, they'll arrest her and Nick. She asks if he isn't afraid she'll kill him in his sleep. He's not, because the past 20 years showed them both she's not a killer. He says if she runs away, she should stop and say goodbye to Nick, who won't be around long if she runs. He says to do what he says, and he'll let them both live.