Outside, Conrad leans up against a brand new Lexus. Ashley walks by and he calls out to her to say she's forgetting the key to her brand new [product placement]. He says she can either drive it out of the Hamptons forever or go park it in her new parking space at Grayson Global. Unlike Brooks, Conrad admires someone who doesn't mind getting their hands dirty. Ash hops in the car and asks about Victoria. Conrad: "What both you and Victoria have yet to grasp is just how little she matters... to anyone." Ashley digs her new car.
Stowaway. Jack has just been told by Dec his tuition has been pulled by Charlotte. Nolan reaches for his wallet, and Jack objects, but Nolan makes a pretty damn good argument for his generosity. Someone once looked out for him when he needed it, Dec won't be relying on the Graysons anymore and he certainly deserves an education. Jack smiles, so Nolan makes a call to his accountant to cut a check to Collins Prep.
Victoria and Charlotte walk through a snowy graveyard, arm in arm. Victoria says her biggest regret was keeping Charlotte from David. He was a good man and her daughter reminds her of him. Charlotte abruptly asks if her mom loves her even though every time she looks at her Victoria sees him. That's the reason she loves her even more. It's actually really nice to see these two getting along. They arrive at David's grave and see the rose Emanda left behind.
Stowaway. Ems sits down near Nolan at the bar. She needs a drink. Jack heads to the back to get some good liquor. "Rough day at the office?" Nolan snipes. "He's one of them," she replies defeated. She explains Conrad confessed everything to Dan. He could've come clean in his interview, but didn't. Nolan asks what she'll do now. She's going to marry Dan, track down the man who killed her father and kill him.
Emanda voice-over: "Absolution is the washing away of sin." Dan enters Conrad's empty office at Grayson Manor and sits in his father's chair. He thinks of what might be. VO continued: "The promise of rebirth. And the chance to escape the transgressions of those who came before us. The best of us will learn from the mistakes of the past while the rest seem doomed to repeat them."