Alex's. Everyone sits down to eat - including Michael. The conversation turns to Alex and Michael's work. Michael calls it "relationship marketing." He manages to makes it sound like Alex is a prostitute and he's her pimp. Alex listens to the whole thing, growing smaller and smaller inside, because every thing he says is kind of true. Michael gets a call and excuses himself. "It's not what you think," Alex says to Nathan. He doesn't seem judgmental, but the night is pretty much over.
Quebec. Nikita and Voss retrieve the bomb from where he's hidden it in the woods. It looks like a regular suitcase, except inside there are ominous-looking canisters and wiring. It's lined with something to fool the airport X-ray machines. Nikita calls Ryan. He helps her plan a route to a border checkpoint. Time is of the essence: "Gogol is here," she tells him. "The Russian contractors?" he asks. "The Russian Division," she corrects him. Ryan, concerned, tells Nikita to be careful. The scene cuts to Ari and his Gogol goons descending on Voss's hotel room. The blond thug wakes up and tells Ari what happened. "You fought Nikita," Ari says. "It wasn't a fair fight." Heh. Ari thinks out loud, figuring out what Nikita's next move might be. He assigns his men to the border checkpoints and tells them to bring Nikita to him.
US/Canadian Border Checkpoint. Nikita and Voss pull up in the parking lot in a borrowed truck. They talk about why Voss had a change of heart. It sounds like the life just wore him down and seeing the bomb was the last straw. He went rogue, much like Nikita. He wonders if it's too late to start over. Nikita hopes not. She even tells him her name. There's a mutual respect there. Ruining the moment, both Gogol and the CIA arrive on the scene at the same time. Voss takes the case and goes with the CIA while Nikita holds off Gogol. Later, Ryan calls her and says Voss is safely with the CIA agents. Everything seems destined for a happy ending until Ryan gets pictures from Berlin showing Agent Redshirt's killer. He sends copies to Nikita's phone. She recognizes the gray-haired Roan and realizes the whole thing has been a Division plot.
She hops on a nearby motorcycle and rockets down the road after Voss. It's not long before she comes across the CIA van, its windows shattered and the agents inside dead. Voss in in the back, bleeding badly. He uses his last breath to whisper, "I showed you a good time after all." That's kind of a downer. The dead driver's phone rings. Nikita answers: "Ryan, they're all dead! We got played." "You certainly did," Percy says. He takes the opportunity to gloat (it's different from bragging, according to Percy) and puts Nikita on speaker for Michael to hear. Percy reveals that Division planted the substation chatter for Ryan to find, knowing he'd enlist Nikita's help. "I could never have done it without you, Josephine." Furthermore, he's made it look like Gogol took out the CIA agents. He tries to detonate a bomb on the CIA van, but Nikita finds it first and defuses it. Eat it, Percy.