Victoria continues to put the pieces together in regards to Emily and wonders what Ms. Thorne’s next desperate attempt will be. “I won’t give her that chance,” promises Pascal, who then proposes to Victoria. “I should have asked you this a long time ago,” he admits. Victoria happily agrees and he slips a stunningly huge ring on her finger. (It’s Victoria Grayson. Did you expect anything less?) Later, Conrad visits Victoria with his version of an engagement present: he tells her that Pascal murdered Oscar Chapman prior to proposing.
Meanwhile, when Aiden informs Emily and Nolan that Conrad has given him 24 hours to take care of Pascal or he’s going to reveal him, Emily says, “then lets take control of the situation.” By this, she means kidnapping Pascal and pretending to be Agent Rebecca Stone from Homeland Security. “This is where you tell me everything,” Emily explains. She claims to have been building a case against the Graysons for the last three years. “And you have the information I need to close my case.” Pascal keeps mum, so Emily confiscates his phone. Nolan works his magic to access the contents of the phone and the trio quickly realizes there is nothing on it that implicates Pascal or the Graysons in Flight 197. Pascal was bluffing. But Emily notes that Conrad doesn’t know that. She goes back to questioning Pascal, who is far from cooperative – until Emily mentions Margaux. Pascal agrees to wear a wire to the MyClone launch in order to trap Conrad, but he isn’t going to do anything to hurt Victoria.
When Pascal returns to Grayson Manor after being detained by “Agent Rebecca Stone,” he keeps quiet about his meeting. But he does tell Victoria to prepare to go to France. He’s through with America and wants to go home -- immediately. Sensing something isn’t right, Victoria goes through Pascal’s jacket while he’s showering. She finds a business card in the pocket and when she calls it, she reaches a voicemail for “Homeland Security.” Victoria tells Daniel about this and admits she fears that Pascal has something up his sleeve. “I put such faith in him,” she states. “I can’t believe he would talk to the authorities without telling me.” Daniel assures his mom that Pascal wouldn’t betray her... but then goes straight to Conrad to warn him Pascal has been talking to the feds.
Charlotte receives a letter that appears to be from David Clarke. She takes it to Victoria who dismisses the letter as a prank and tells her daughter not to let her imagination run wild. Charlotte isn’t convinced. In fact, she goes to Jack and asks him to help her investigate it further. Jack gets Nolan to help find where the mysterious letter came from, but he doesn’t tell his friend whom the sender may be. Later, Charlotte and Jack go to the cabin location where Jack convinces Charlotte this really is a sick joke. But as they’re leaving, Jack notices a ring with the initials “D.C.” on it. He wordlessly pockets the ring and leaves… without realizing he and Charlotte were being watched.
On Daniel’s urging, Margaux convinces her father to put it in writing that she will be taking over LeMarchal Media. He also makes the announcement public at the MyClone launch. Speaking of MyClone, thanks to a little revenge of his own, Nolan makes sure the launch goes terribly wrong and Javier is fired.
Elsewhere at the launch, Emily watches as Pascal and Conrad leave together. It’s finally time to bring down Conrad Grayson! But wait… Pascal is headed in the wrong direction. Something isn’t right. “Do you think he’s going to sell us out?” Nolan asks. “I’m not going to let him,” Emily replies and takes off to follow them. She’s not the only one. Victoria is hot on their trail too. Conrad leads Pascal to the roof where his helicopter is waiting. If Pascal wants to talk to him, he’ll have to join him on the flight. Pascal tries to get Conrad to admit his past sins, but instead, Conrad pushes Pascal into the blades of the chopper, which leads to a very, very bloody death. Emily witnesses it all and manages to miss Victoria only by a few seconds. Victoria is horrified when she reaches the roof and sees the gruesome scene. She blames Conrad for her new fiancé’s death, but he claims it was an accident and his pilot corroborates the story.
In the wake of Pascal’s death, Margaux is distraught. She’s also the new CEO of LeMarchal Media. Victoria remains in a state of shock. When Daniel goes to check on her, she asks him if he told Conrad about the feds. Daniel denies it, but can’t help wonder if the feds were really onto Pascal, where are they now? After he leaves, Victoria calls the number on the card again. It’s been disconnected.
Out on the beach, Charlotte goes for a nighttime stroll. She isn’t alone, though. A masked figure attacks her and drags her away! Her fate remains to be seen.