Orwell walks into the alley and kicks a thug in the face. Should she be all alone in that alley? Anyway, she tells Vince that Cain has The Tower tarot card tattooed on his arm. "This could be the first confirmation of the existence of TAROT." It's a secret society of killers. Neat!
Vince, now disguised with a baseball cap and sunglasses, enters a bar. He sits next to a guy named Linus and takes his sunglasses off. Linus tells him that "tomorrow night, it goes down." We see Cain leave the bar, and then everyone in the bar starts choking and dying. Vince? When everyone in the joint dies simultaneously, that's when you leave. He finds a Tower card and looks reflective. Then, I guess, he leaves.
Portman pours a drink at his home, but Vince is suddenly there to tell him not to drink it because it's poisoned. Portman is a little freaked out by the masked man who's suddenly in his home, but Vince convinces him that everything's cool, man. He's on Portman's side! But Portman doesn't want to fight Fleming anymore. He's been followed and his family has been threatened. Vince tells him that people need to stand up to Fleming, or everything that's happening in Palm City will happen everywhere. At some point, wouldn't you think Fleming would just leave town and go take over some other town? Before he leaves, Vince introduces himself to Portman: "I'm the Cape." "You're not wearing a cape." It's a fair point, and Vince acknowledges that.
Dana has a job interview under the name Dana Faraday and is immediately told that the job's been filled. She insists that she's needed here at wherever they are. Ah, she's a defense attorney. She kicks up enough a fuss that she's hired and told to "find a desk." What? That's pretty casual, isn't it?
Vince is watching some black-and-white interrogation footage of Cain talking about a bunch of relatives he killed. His real name is Raimonde Lafleur. Vince accesses the police database. His password no longer works, but he knows Marty's. Convenient! He's in a videochat with Orwell, who is impressed with his hacking skills. Isn't Orwell supposed to be the hacker? Isn't that the whole point of the character?
Footsteps! A flying knife! Vince catches it. It's Max, obviously. Max tosses Vince the cape. "Most men would have walked away. Not you." So he just wanted to make Vince sweat for a bit. Also, I suspect someone realized that Vince's hood wasn't obscuring his face at all, so they needed an excuse for him to add a mask. Vince tells Max, "My family's not my weakness, Max. It's my strength." That's irrelevant, isn't it? At any rate, Vince figures that as long as everyone thinks he's dead, his family should stay safe. Max tells him, "Don't ever forget who it is that's wearing the cape." Vince leaves, and Max smiles. That was a lot of nonsense that didn't mean anything. And now that Vince has his own lair, he's welcome back at the circus, I guess.