Alton and Deaqon are now in some sort of warehouse, still shooting at each other. Alton asks Deaqon if he's "really willing to die for that bitch." Deaqon says that he's tired of hearing Alton's voice. Alton points out that one of Deaq's bullets punctured a gas pipe, so if either of them shoots now, they will both go up in flames. Alton adds that if he gets arrested, Deaqon will be dead before sunset, because he's got people everywhere. Alton concludes by saying that if Deaq lets him go, he might just kill Rosaria himself. Alton and Deaqon both step out from their hiding places. Alton dares Deaq to pull the trigger, and then says, "Your name is going to be the last thing I whisper before I cut her open." Deaqon gets the Manson lamps and opens Rosaria's Zippo behind his back. He flicks it and tosses it at Alton, and then dives out the door just ahead of a giant fireball.
Rosaria stands outside the crime scene and watches as Eddie is loaded into an ambulance. She spots Deaqon, safe and sound, and gives him a big hug. Billie watches in shock, and Van assures her that they are just friends. Billie turns around to see Deaqon kissing Rosaria.
Bus station. Deaqon helps Rosaria to board a Greyhound. A Greyhound? They couldn't afford a plane ticket? Deaqon hugs Rosaria, and then she picks up her bags and starts to walk away. He holds out his pinky finger, and she walks back and links it with her own, and then the bus pulls away. Deaqon notices Van standing across the street, like, what kind of a stalker is he? Van asks Deaq if he's going to see her again. Deaq tells him to mind his own business. Van asks when he's going to see her again. Deaq says it might be never, and then babbles on and on about it so that Van realizes that he's lying. They walk off into the sunset bantering. Oh, dear. I don't think there was any Shirtless Facinelli this week! Well, I'll just count some of the Shirtless Bellamy in my episode grade.
Next week: Billie has to confront a secret from her past in order to bust a major drug dealer, and this time, it's personal. I swear to God, they actually said that it was personal.