Two cops enter Anna's suspiciously fabulous apartment but find nothing amiss. Outside, they find Roan wheeling a large trashcan to the curb. Taking him for a suburbanite, they ask him if he heard any screaming. Roan plays innocent while looking really, really evil.
Charm School. Tom is in his quarters, making a mess of his tie. Alex comes in and helps him. She apologizes for earlier as she knots his tie for him. "They said she was a security threat," Thom volunteers. "They wouldn't have put a hit on someone if they weren't sure." He's trying to convince himself as much as Alex. It's not really working. "She saw my gun and she didn't even scream," he says. "I just don't know why she didn't scream." He sounds like he's going to cry.
Nikita pays a visit to Anna's parents. They seem like a perfectly chipper, middle-aged couple until Nikita informs them their daughter is dead. Incredulous, they try to call Anna but can't reach her. Why haven't the police called them? "The people who did this are above the law," Nikita says. She gently tells them that Anna was pregnant with Senator Jack Kerrigan's child. He had her killed to keep the affair quiet. Nikita asks them to get their daughter's prenatal paternity test to prove the affair. At the same time, she notices two family pictures on the mantel. The pictures are nearly identical, making Nikita a little suspicious, but not so suspicious that she notices Dad sneaking up behind her. He slips a wire around her neck and yanks hard. Mom grabs Nikita's hands, preventing her from fighting back. "We have to call this in," she says in Russian. "After we dump the body," Dad agrees, also in Russian. Luckily, Nikita doesn't need her hands to fight. All she needs is her big ol' head, with which she bashes Dad in the nose. She kicks Mom across the room. There's much guitar-driven fighting. At one point, Nikita turns a vacuum hose into a makeshift weapon and it is awesome. She kicks Mom into a glass table. Mom falls to the floor, a chunk of glass protruding from her belly. Dad knocks whacks Nikita with a vase. Surprisingly, this knocks her out.