Despite Simon's objections, Roy tosses the Zephyr to Fitzgerald. Fitz shoots Roy in the shoulder and then boards a seaplane waiting to take him to Quintana. Feck explains to Roy that the battery is actually unstable. As they watch the plane climb, the Zephyr explodes, killing Fitz. Roy collapses from his wound, and June accompanies him on the flight-for-life. He wakes up in a Washington D.C. hospital with CIA Director Isabel George at his side. She thanks him for 'cleaning house' and apologizes for trusting the wrong man. Roy asks about June, and Isabel explains that they sent her home with the understanding that she and Roy are too different to spend their lives together and that Roy is valuable to the agency only as long as he stays focused. She also tells him that he'll be transferred tomorrow to a secure facility for his safety, and then she leaves. As Roy lies on his bed, pondering his circumstances, a nurse comes into the room with his medication, which he drinks. He suddenly begins to feel whoozy and asks the nurse what she gave him. 'Brotine-zero,' she replies, while turning around. Roy sees that it is June before he begins to pass out. June wheels him out of the hospital on a gurney and into her waiting GTO. When he wakes up, Roy finds himself dressed in shorts, on a beach with June, and heading for Cape Horn. 'What day is this?' he asks June, and she replies, 'Someday.' In the final scene, the Knights receive two tickets to Cape Horn that they didn't order, but Mrs Knight (Celia Weston) assumes that Mr Knight (Dale Dye) forgot that he ordered them on the Internet, just like all those other unordered Publisher Clearinghouse and lottery tickets that keep coming in.