At the museum, Templeton is unhappy about Victoria bringing shame on the royal family and takes it out on Nathan. Nathan grabs Gerard's phone and has a goon check the call log.
Back to the taxi. Victoria wants to know who the man from Belfast is. The name "Connor Dunham" shocks her a little. He's an ex-IRA enforcer. Well, the "ex-" part should be fine, then, right? Apparently not, since he's a sworn enemy of the crown. And he once put a hundred thousand-pound bounty on Victoria's head when she was only eight years old. But at least he's not working for Templeton! Chance has Victoria look at him, saying, "Don't turn your head away." She scoffs, then immediately does so, getting caught by a paparazzo. Suddenly there are photographers everywhere. It's time to flee on foot!
After some commercials, they duck into an antique store that is also conveniently equipped with changes of clothes and a wig for the princess. It might not be an antique store. The important thing is that Victoria is now wearing a black wig and a low-cut top, which will hopefully distract people from her famous, famous face.
Garage. Tony, being an EMT, wants to go help the bad guy on the floor. Winston won't let him, because that's in the killzone. Guerrero distracts Winston with talk of how they're going to get out of there, and also by calling him "Hey! Killzone!" As soon as Winston starts talking to Guerrero about how to get a car started so they can get out, Tony runs over and starts pulling the injured goon inside. Many bullets fly, but Tony and the goon are okay. He starts working, saying that he'll be able to stop the bleeding. Meanwhile, Guerrero has started rummaging through a truck and now he has a gun. Sweet. Only one round, though, so they're going to have to draw the sniper out. Winston has a plan.
The owner of... wherever Chance and Victoria are... pounds on the door and tells them to take it someplace else. He sounds really, really familiar. Who is that?
In another taxi, Chance wants Victoria to talk about Tony. He works at a blood bank and won her heart by asking for her blood. I could probably tie that together in a nice metaphor, but I've just gotten over a migraine and I don't want to think too hard. And Victoria's marriage to Walter was arranged. But she finally knew love when she met Tony. "In ten minutes, I knew what I'd been missing. And I knew I could never go back." Chance smiles, and Victoria assumes he also knows love.