Back at the church, Angie is trying to pretty up the place when Dwight walks in and says he hopes they didn't start without him. Angie says they never would. Dwight apologizes for getting her arrested, and Angie says she knows that Dwight was just trying to help. Dwight and Derwood slowly approach each other and then shake hands.
Karen drives in her car and calls someone on the phone to explain where she's going. She promises to call if she needs backup.
Angie lights some more candles, like, is the place going to burn down or what? Dwight suggests that they get started. Angie has put a lace something on her head to approximate a veil. Angie and Derwood take their places in front of the altar, and Dwight stands in the officiant's spot, facing them. Dwight asks what they should do. Angie realizes that she's on the wrong side and switches with Derwood. They all stand there. Angie suggests that someone say something. Derwood tells Dwight to go for it. Dwight clears his throat and begins, "Dearly beloved." Angie thinks that's for funerals. It's totally not! Prince says it in the beginning of "Let's Go Crazy"! I think it would have been funny if Dwight started reciting those lyrics. Derwood asks what comes next, and Angie says it's the rings. Dwight asks if anyone has a ring, and Derwood pulls one out of his pocket. Angie gasps with delight. Dwight asks where Derwood got it, and Derwood says he got it at the airport in Topeka the first time he broke out. He adds, "You don't even want to know where I had to hide this thing, or how uncomfortable it was." Which is funny, but Derwood is no Christopher Walken in Pulp Fiction. Derwood puts the ring on Angie's finger, and she's delighted that it fits perfectly. They start to kiss, but Dwight wants to say something. Derwood looks nervous. Dwight says, "True love is a real hard thing to find in this old world. It's a precious possession. If Derwood, you had broke your leg that day at the gas station, I'd have met her first." Derwood gets upset, and Dwight says he's just saying.
Just then, the church doors bust open. It's the Russian thugs! They walk in, guns blasting. Dwight, Derwood, and Angie dive for the floor. Dwight stands back up and starts firing back. He takes out one thug. He slides across the floor and fires some more shots. The remaining thug pauses to reload, and Karen sneaks up and disarms him. Meanwhile, Derwood has been shot, and Angie is trying to tend to his wounds. Karen asks if everyone is okay. No one answers. Dwight notices that Derwood is down. Karen looks stricken. Derwood is bleeding a lot. Angie and Dwight are crying. Dwight apologizes, and Derwood says it's okay. Angie strokes Derwood's hair. He asks if she's wearing the ring. Angie says that she is. Derwood says, "If there's a heaven..." and then he dies, so Angie yells, "I'll meet you there." She starts sobbing. Dwight starts sobbing. People, I'm actually a little choked up here. Karen looks overwhelmed.