Emily and Detective Mike Barron (Ian McShane) plot to kill Lily. On the way to Emily's house, however, Mike is attacked by a large dog and accidentally blows out his own brains with his gun. Realizing that it's now up to her alone, Emily makes some camomile tea for Lily and spikes it with sleeping pills. When Lily finally falls asleep, Emily barricades the door to Lily's bedroom, dowses the hallway with gasoline, and sets the house on fire. As the house becomes engulfed in flames, Emily goes outside just as the police and fire department arrive. "Anyone else inside?" one of the firemen asks her, and Emily is astonished to see Lily walking toward her. "That was mean," Lily remarks. A policeman suggests that Emily and Lily follow him downtown so that they can find someplace for them to stay. On the way, Lily suddenly breaks away from the procession and speeds down the off-ramp. As Emily drives through the city streets, Lily forces her to relive a childhood memory of her mother driving recklessly in a rainstorm until Emily convinces herself that it's not real. Suddenly, the hallucination ends, and it is Lily who shows fear. With Lily no longer having control over her, Emily purposely careens through a harbor gate and drives the car off the pier into the East Bay. As the car sinks and begins to fill with water, Lily gets knocked into the back seat. Emily pushes her into the trunk and holds her there by folding back the rear seats. Angry and screaming, Lily changes into demon form and tries to grab Emily, but she manages to get the car door open and swims free. Suddenly, Lily kicks out the left tail light, and a large demon hand grabs Emily's leg. Emily breaks free and swims to the surface. In the final scene, she climbs up on the pier and looks back at the water to see a burst of air bubbles come to the surface.