Elsa and Clive return to the barn to find Dren dying. They bury her. As they're burning her things, Gavin (Brandon McGibbon) and Barlow (David Hewlett) drive up. Barlow discovered human DNA in the samples and got Gavin to tell him about Dren. Barlow demands to see Dren, so Elsa tosses him a shovel and tells him to dig her up. Barlow goes behind the barn to do so, but there is a sudden gust of wind, a shriek, and Barlow is gone. Elsa, Clive, and Gavin look around and find him bloodied and murdered, hanging from a tree. They hear another shriek, and they suddenly see a fully mutated Dren standing on the roof. They try to coax her down, but she flies past them and grabs Gavin. Clive tries to run to him but drops the flashlight in a pond. He tries to fish it out, but Dren pulls him into the pond and holds him under the water. Clive manages to break free, and Elsa pulls him from the water. Suddenly Dren rises from the water, and it is readily apparent that the same thing as happened to Ginger has happened to Dren...she has become a he. He goes after Elsa and jumps on her. "What do you want?" she screams. "In...side...you," Dren replies and rapes her. Clive regains full consciousness and stumbles towards Elsa, finding his brother Gavin dead in the snow. He sneaks up behind Elsa and Dren, and runs a stake through Dren's back, but Dren stabs Clive with the poison stinger on the tip of his tail. As Clive dies, Elsa bashes Dren in the head with a rock, then collapses in the snow. In the final scene, which takes place some time later in the office of Joan Chorot (Simona Maicanescu), Joan tells Elsa that Dren's body was filled with a variety of unique compounds, including high levels of CD356. This will guarantee the company's existence for years to come. Joan offers Elsa a generous settlement for agreeing to take her research to the next stage. Elsa signs on the dotted line, then stands up, showing that she is pregnant. Joan offers Elsa one more moment to reconsider, asking if she really wants to go through with this pregnancy. Elsa blankly says: "What is the worst thing that could happen?"