The nightclub is now bustling with dancers on a crowded dance floor and strobe lights. Dmitri and Sergei try to lead out their prisoners inconspicuously, but they're intercepted by Takeda. He swiftly snaps a goon's neck, giving Ems and Aiden the cue to start kicking ass themselves. They quickly dispatch of everyone except Dmitri, who takes off running out of the back of the club. Aiden grabs a gun and gives chase. Out in a back alley, he fires a round into Dmitri's knee, sending him to the ground. He's about to finish the job when Ems comes running out after Aiden to tell him to stop. If he kills Dmitri, he'll never know what happened to his sister. After some tense facial tics, Aiden relents, but that just prompts Dmitri to arrogantly approach Emanda. He suggests that Aiden's sister is probably dead, but before that, she grew to like being a prostitute. That's enough to send Aiden over the edge. He pumps three shots into Dmitri just as Takeda comes running up. He orders Emanda to get Aiden out of there. We're to assume Takeda will clean up the crime scene like he always does.
At the Thanksgiving workday that will never end at Nolcorp, Nolan intercepts Marco as he's trying to hurry out of the office. Nolan comes clean about the missing money belonging to David Clarke's daughter. Marco's mind is blown that, 1) Their first investor was a terrorist, and 2) Nolan believes he was innocent. If Marco can't understand the nobility of taking care of the progeny of the man who took Nolan at his word rather than just his name, then there's no future for this relationship. Marco sees it as Nolan choosing a convicted terrorist over him, so Nolan fires him on the spot. He begins to cut a check for Marco's share of the company, but Marco wants nothing to do with Nolan and his "blood money." All in all, it's about as amicable a break-up anyone could've hoped for, considering a terrorist was involved.
Marion comes downstairs on her way out of Grayson Manor, and simply asks her daughter, "Why?" This was her last chance and all she had left. It serves her right for choosing a pedophile over her own daughter, Victoria says. That being said, Marion has nowhere to go, and Victoria is taking no pity on this woman. Even though Grayson Manor has plenty of empty rooms, none of them are for her mother. Marion: "You vindictive bitch." Victoria: "Oh, I learned from the best." The Queen opens the front door, and bids her farewell, "Goodbye, mother. I have no doubt that you'll land on your feet." Marion trembles as she watches the she-devil she birthed walk away, leaving her in ruin.