In the kitchen, Emanda notices there's a folded piece of paper stuck in her pocket. She pulls it out and unfolds it. FLASHBACK: Roger drunkenly falls on Emanda earlier in the night and slickly slips the paper in her pocket while she holds him upright. /FLASHBACK. As Ems reads from the note, she looks up to notice Frank and Conrad having a very serious discussion outside the window. She follows outside to the pool house. She enters and it's empty, but she hears water running in the restroom. Emanda investigates. She pulls back the shower curtain and finds Roger dead in the tub. Ems gasps, covers her mouth and immediately leaves.
Roger's body is carted away from Grayson Manor as Victoria, Conrad and Frank look on. Victoria wonders why someone who sent them such a dramatic note wouldn't leave a suicide note. Frank insists he did a clean sweep of the room and found nothing. That's really convenient for them, Victoria grumbles. Frank and Conrad walk away. Mason appears and douches on about how he expects they'll all fall one by one like "Ten Little Indians." Victoria asks if he'll be using this as material for his writing. Treadwell isn't opposed to the idea. He leaves Victoria with the quote, "There can be no higher law in journalism than to tell the truth and shame the devil." Victoria's ears perk at the mention of shame. She realizes Mason wrote the card. He's a writer, after all. He didn't intend for anyone to get hurt; he was just trying to drum up intrigue for his book. Of course he was. Victoria grabs Mason's head and hisses into his ear, "You are despicable." Mason: "Gee, thanks. High praise coming from you." He walks away.
Emanda calls Nolan. She's absolutely blubbering and in tears about her meeting Roger, him planning on helping her and that he's now dead. Nolan says more than wanting her to know the truth, David wanted Emanda to get past all of this. She's not listening. She's raw emotion right now. "One way or another these people are gonna pay. They're gonna pay for what they did!" Nolan insists Emanda won't ever get close enough to the Graysons to expose them. Emanda: "The hell I won't!" She slams her phone down against a wooden post on the porch of Casa Emily. She's a complete mess, crying out to her father that she's sorry and asking for help. She stops for a second and clears away the snow from the wooden post in front of her. She sees the infinity X infinity carving her father made one summer when she was a little girl. Emanda looks up at Queen Victoria's empty balcony where the lights are shutting off and runs her fingers along the carving.