Ethan staggers back and Emma starts to run out, but Sutton taunts her. Ethan and Emma both fight for Emma's honor, but Sutton has several days in juvie's worth of snappy comebacks in the coffers. Emma quickly realizes Sutton won't be reasoned with and tells Ethan it's over. Sutton says that it's not over. She feels wronged that Emma took over her life and wants payback. Ethan tries to remind Sutton that she set this insane situation up, but Sutton can only see red. She goes for (what she thinks is) the jugular, "Exactly how long have you two been sleeping together?" Ethan snaps, "We didn't have to sleep together to fall in love," but Sutton isn't even bothered by that slap in the face. Emma tells them to stop. She says all she ever wanted was for them to be sisters. Sutton says she wanted that, too, but Emma screwed it up. Emma spits, "You're a vindictive little bitch." Sutton: "God, there's that twin thing again because I was just about to say that about you." With that, she marches out to see what other pots are available for stirring.
Thayer and Mads arrive to pick up Char, who is forlorn and suspicious that Derek has abandoned her to tend to some shady business with Alec. The Rybak kids urge Char to move on because Derek is a loser. Char doesn't believe them. Why? Because "he's cute!" Mads isn't swayed, but Thayer brings up how Alec knew about his car and mentions the presumed break-in to his apartment. He uses the word "we," which Char picks up on, but Thayer plays it off. As Char stands up, she trips on her high heels and almost falls into Thayer. They have a lingering, intense look that's kind of hot, frankly. Seeing a little spark in her eyes, Thayer gives off a mischievous look as she walks away.
Back at the cabin, Ethan is giving Emma her halftime pep talk. Emma is dispirited. She knows she won't stand a chance against Sutton and plans to take the first bus back to Vegas. Ethan again offers to come with her, but she's utterly crushed by Sutton's accusations. She tells him over, asking, "How do you not get that?" She says he has a family and a job. He says that he doesn't care about any of those things and yells, "I love you!" But it's too late. As much as he begs, protests, and cups that special place between her face and her neck, she has made up her mind. She walks out on him.
A while later, Emma sits at the bus stop and looks at the bus she's supposed to take home. She calls Little Orphan Lexie to catch her up on the melee (including that preview-ready line "Hell hath no fury like a twin scorned") and tell her she is coming back to Vegas. Little Orphan Lexie is surprised after the experience she had with Sutton. Says Emma, "It was all silly dream." Counters Little Orphan Lexie, "Only if you run away from it." She encourages Emma to stand up to the "force of nature" known as Sutton because what Emma's looking for is in Phoenix, not Vegas.