Sure enough, when next we see her, Flashback Rose is making her way down a dimly lit hallway, dressed rather prettily in something soft and floral, with her hair hanging down loose around her shoulders. "She was so excited," Ratbag Johnny's voiceover narrates as Rose eases open the door to Apartment B, "poor girl never saw it coming." Flashback Rose approaches the apartment's dining area to place her hand on the shoulder of the gentleman now seated at the table. Of course, the gentleman is actually a carefully done-up mannequin from the factory, and at Rose's touch, the thing immediately slides off its chair to break apart on the floor. Flashback Ratbag and his merry band of asshats immediately emerge from their hiding place in the apartment's bathroom to point and laugh at the hapless and humiliated seamstress, who angrily tells them all to go to hell before dashing towards the door. Unfortunately, she trips on the carpet and slams head-first into a coffee table, the impact opening up a terribly familiar-looking gash on her forehead, and by the time Flashback Ratbag and his merry band of asshats make it over to her side, sad Rose is dead. "We didn't mean for it to happen," Ratbag Johnny's voiceover insists, and indeed, the evidence as presented does support his claim, but what happens next could probably be seen as unforgivable. Flashback Ratbag makes to call the police, but Flashback Schlub bats the phone out of his hands, insisting that the cops'll charge them all with involuntary manslaughter, so Flashback Ratbag and his merry band of asshats bury Sad Rose's sad remains out in the woods.
"I wish I could take it all back," Ratbag Johnny swears once we've returned to the present, but Darling Sammy has absolutely no sympathy for the guy, and after he verbally bitchslaps The Ratbag for a minute or two, Our Intrepid Hero finally takes off to desecrate Sad Rose's sad remains.