NYPD Interrogation Room. Gregson and Bell are giving Diaz the business. Diaz tries to lean on his undercover DEA credentials to push a story about Rhys attacking him. He denies having anything to do with any kidnapping. Gregson says that Holmes has talked to him, but he's currently at the hospital hoping Rhys recovers and testifies. Diaz doesn't think it matters what a drug dealer says. Gregson and Bell tell him about how there's an Ethiopian restaurant right by his undercover apartment. And right now, there's "a small army of cops" searching the prewar buildings near there. And if he tells them where she is, he won't be in gen pop. Which is a bad place for an undercover cop to go. They're in kind of a hurry, because Emily probably needs medical attention. What with the severed finger and all.
Rhys regains unconsciousness. Holmes is in his room and tells him Emily is safe. He's returned his father's money, but he's got some money on the table for Rhys. "The road to recovery, I've found, is as treachery as it is tedious." Rhys was just the most recent test of his sobriety. Rhys answers, "Hey. I believe in you. Always will." As Holmes leaves, Emily comes in and hugs Rhys.
Holmes meticulously reconstructs his phrenology bust. Watson remembers that his name is "Angus," which is more than I did. Holmes congratulates her on incapacitating a dangerous gunman and stopping Rhys's bleeding. Then he tells her that Rhys offered him cocaine. But he doesn't want to tell her about it. He wants to talk about it in a group setting. There's a meeting in fifteen minutes, and he invites her to join him.
The camera lingers on the broken phrenology bust, which is in the process of being rebuilt into a full head. Symbolism!