Meanwhile, Robbie is guarding the training floor and taking note of the sudden hubbub as agents suddenly go into action. Everything slows down as he looks around at the recruits. The room spins, then goes very still. He follows a well-dressed agent to the elevator. The man turns around and Robbie sees himself in his place. The nameless guard starts harassing him to clean up some sweaty training gear. With utter calm, Robbie reaches into his holster for a gun and shoots the guy in the head. The recruits stop exercising but don't really freak out. Maybe they really hated that guy because he was a douche. Robbie shoots more guards who run in.Nikita and the Division agents are still having their gunfight in the suburbs. Birkhoff tells Michael he can't send backup because Division is under attack. Michael is ordered back to Division because apparently they can't handle one semi-competent guard on their own. Nikita drives off with Sara hiding in the back seat. Back at Division HQ, all the recruits have cleared out but Alex sticks around to talk to Robbie. He describes how he snapped. She promises to get him out via a secret back door, but just then Thom and some guards run in with guns at the ready. Robbie grabs Alex. She grabs the stun gun out of his holster and zaps him. She punches him a few times until Thom pulls her off and holds her.
Percy's Office. "You confirmed the kill on Sara?" Percy asks Michael. "I saw her body in Nikita's car," he lies. That's small consolation to Percy, who plays for Michael the new video Sara shot earlier, absolving Eco-Front.
Sara and Nikita return to the suburbs so that Sara can watch from afar as her little boy plays basketball. It turns out the boy's name is Daniel. Thankfully, we're almost out of time, so Nikita can't launch into a reverie about her dead fiancé of the same name. Another moment of watching and then they drive off so Sara can start her new life.
At the end, Alex and Nikita trade messages. Sara's safe, but Alex has heard that Robbie was executed. "You were right about getting close," Alex writes. "It hurts." Well, luckily you have that big empty computer lab to cry in without anyone noticing. Except Robbie isn't dead. He's been stashed in some dank Division basement and tied to a chair. Amanda joins him. As far as anyone else knows, he's dead. She admits they underestimated him. "The way you killed those? No hesitation at all." She begins to tell him about their "cleaner program" as the screen fades to black. It ain't Amway she's selling.