With Victoria gone, Kara wanders back over to the Queen's vanity. She opens up the jewelry box and pulls out the photo of David Clarke, which is now torn in half and missing the side with Gordon. Kara turns the photo over in her hands and examines it closely.
Mason's sleuthing has led him to a steel trailer home -- the type where you totally would cook meth. What? You, not me. Loud music plays from within. Mason tries politely knocking and yelling through the door, but there's no answer. He opens the door and spots Gordon sitting still in a chair, facing away like dead bodies are wont to do. Mason enters and realizes he's been talking to a corpse. He looks down and spots Conrads missing cufflink on the floor with the initials "CG".
Stowaway. Declan is dragging around, trying to get things ready for the grand reopening of the bar. Kenny notices and guesses he must be tired because of Charlotte, but really it's because Dec has trouble sleeping out on the boat. Sensing a chance to be devil's advocate yet again, he plays to Declan's insecurities about being pushed out to the boat by his brother and needing to make a mark for himself. Charlotte walks up as Kenny finishes his thought and offers her service. Dec asks about her missing her parent's wedding. Charlotte: "I'll catch the next one." Don't start being fun, Charlotte. Stop that.
Conrad enters Victoria's staging area as her assistants put the finishing touches on her muddy gray Vera Wang gown. The groom asks to have the room cleared out for just him and his bride. He tells Victoria he feels they're destined to be together and hands her a wedding present in a small wooden box. She opens it to reveal a fancy handgun with an ivory handle. Conrad wants her to be able to protect herself if for some reason he's ever not there to protect her. Victoria: "And here I thought you were offering me a way out of this." Snip snap. Conrad affectionately replies, "Never," kisses her on the head and walks out. Victoria's phone rings with a call from Mason, who's leading police into the main entrance of Grayson Manor as he speaks. He offers up a way that Victoria can get the benefits of marrying Conrad without having to spend a single night with him. She's listening. We're all listening.