Nina Simone's Sinner Man kicks up as Elias leaves the ferry and greets his guy. They get into the SUV together and drive off. Fusco gets up off the ground finally, all bloody, as Bench walks up and apologizes for not trusting him. He gives him a handkerchief as Bench spots JC exiting the ferry (I guess he can get out of impossible situations). JC tells Lionel his suspect's tied to the railing, and Fusco snits at Bench, "Tell him 'You're welcome.' " Bench tells JC he couldn't have known about Charlie, but JC says it's his fault that Elias is out there, alive, since he saved him. Bench says they only get limited information, so of course they'll make mistakes. Still, I mean, I love JC as much as the next living, breathing woman, but this is a pretty grand mistake. Bench tells him they have to go now, to help more people, more Numbers. JC wonders how many will come up because they saved this one life. He storms off, leaving Bench to ponder the difficult question. I'd say that, given the Machine's propensity to spit out numbers pertaining to this case so far, that the answer is going to be somewhere in the range of... a lot.
Nina keeps singing as someone storms into Ivan Yogarov's office, and shoots him. Before Laszlo even had time to deliver the message? Not cool, man. Not cool. What ever happened to honor among thieves. The killer, by the way, is that same cop Bench saw getting into the SUV. He seems to be Elias's right-hand man. He finds Elias and tells him it's done. But Elias tells him it's just beginning. "Veni, vidi vici." The camera pans back to show Elias is leading a whole group of men. Which is exactly the opposite of what we learned from Patty earlier in the episode: that they don't socialize with one another. Hey, I'm not complaining, though. At least we know who Elias is, and we'll get to see more Enrico.