Opening Quote: "A Man's real possession is his memory. In nothing else is he rich, In nothing else is he poor." – Alexander Smith
Thoracic Surgeon: Ma'am, please do not come in here right now.
[Elizabeth's eyes turn blue, and she freezes time. She then takes a two-headed snake out of her bag. One head attaches to Renard, while the other attaches to her. She begins to turn pale, as Renard's color returns to him. Elizabeth then falls to the ground as time unfreezes]
Thoracic Surgeon: Are you all right?
[Renard briefly woges and opens his eyes after being revived by his mother]
Rispoli: All payments to Weston Steward were cash deposits made by a courier from Lisbon. The courier was an independent contractor with no idea the cash came from us.
Viktor: Are there any wild cards? The King will be out for blood. Whose blood depends on how careful we are.
[Rispoli's phone rings]
Viktor: Take it.
Rispoli: [He answers the phone] Yeah? [To Viktor] It's Adalind Schade.
Viktor: I'll ring her back.
Rispoli: No, sir. She's here.
Viktor: In Vienna?
Rispoli: At the gate.
[Viktor and Rispoli go to meet Adalind]
Viktor: Adalind, how nice to see you again. You bring good news, I hope.
Adalind: I did it. I did what you asked.
Viktor: You took the Grimm's powers.
Adalind: I did.
Viktor: We will need confirmation that what you did to Mr. Burkhardt actually succeeded.
Adalind: It worked. I swear it worked.
Viktor: Well, there's a bit of conflicting information. You see, one of our operatives had his head lopped off at Mr. Burkhardt's house. You wouldn't know anything about that, would you?
Adalind: But I did what I had to do. I did what you wanted me to do. Please let me in. Please, I need to see my baby.
Viktor: [To Rispoli] What do you think?
Rispoli: I doubt she would've come all this way without attempting to accomplish what you asked. I'll get confirmation.
Adalind: Please, Viktor. I need my baby.
Viktor: All right, open the gates. Is the west wing ready?
[The gate is opened for Adalind]
Rispoli: I'll make sure it is.
Viktor: You can stay there. You're going to be with us for quite some time.
Adalind: Thank you, Viktor. How is she?
Hank: How's Juliette handing this?
Nick: She's trying not to blame me.
Hank: You ought to try doing the same thing.
Nick: [He gets a call from Trubel] Go ahead, Trubel.
Trubel: Octopus head is checking in to the Multnomah Hotel.
Nick: We're on our way.
Adalind: Has she gained any weight? She's been eating okay, hasn't she?
Viktor: Oh, she has quite an appetite.
Adalind: Who's taking care of her?
Viktor: We all are. She's very important, and it's rather nice having her here. She's brightened up the whole castle. I do wish I could've seen the look on Mr. Burkhardt's face when he realized he'd slept with you. How was it, by the way?
Adalind: I did what I had to do. I did it for my baby. It wasn't fun.
Viktor: That's a shame. It's not every day a Grimm shags a Hexenbiest. Or was it the other way around?
Adalind: Where are we? Why are we down here?
Rispoli: This is the most secure part of the castle.
Viktor: No one can get your child here. By the by, did you know Sean Renard is in hospital?
Adalind: What happened?
Viktor: He was tragically shot at Mr. Burkhardt's home.
Adalind: Nick shot him?
Viktor: Actually, no.
Adalind: How is he?
Viktor: Hanging on by a thread. I know how close you and Sean were. [He shoves Adalind into a cell] Right this way, dear.
Adalind: Where's my baby?
Viktor: I don't have your baby. It was taken from me by the Resistance, the very people who helped you escape from me. Now, don't you regret that decision?
Viktor: You can huff and puff all you want. You're not gonna blow this house down.
Adalind: [She retracts] Viktor!
Viktor: [Walking away with Rispoli] It was built for Hexenbiests.
Adalind: Viktor, don't do this! Viktor! You bastard! You can't do this! I did what you wanted me to do!
Front Desk Clerk: All right. Here you are, Mr. Anderson. You're on the fourth floor. Elevators are to your right.
Lawrence: Thank you.
[Lawrence takes the elevator, and Trubel takes the stairs to figure out which room he is going to. Once in his room, Lawrence starts cleaning up and prepares to dye his hair]
Henry's Voice Mail: Hi, this is Henry. I can't get to the phone, so please leave me a message.
Kent: Henry, it's Kent. I don't know where you are. I've been trying to reach you. Get back to me as soon as you can. I'm heading home. Call me there.
Trubel: Okay, he checked in to room 402.
Hank: How'd you find that out?
Trubel: You're kidding, right?
Nick: We know he's the guy we're after, but now we're going to need some background on him to see how he connects with the victims. All we got is he can steal peoples' memories.
Hank: And their cars.
Trubel: Why don't we just go in there and take him down right now?
Nick: 'Cause we don't have any evidence or motive that ties him to the crime.
Trubel: Yeah, I wasn't talking about arresting him.
Hank: Just keep an eye on him. Let us know if he moves.
Nick: And nothing more.
Trubel: All right. Hey, you got any money for lunch?
Hank: [He gives Trubel some money] Make it last.
Trubel: Thank you. [She starts running back to the hotel]
Hank: Hey, I need a receipt.
Trubel: All right.
Hank: [To Nick] She'll be fine. Let's go.
[Monroe and Rosalee both flip through pages of books]
Monroe: I know, me neither.
Rosalee: The Verfluchte Zwillingsschwester is a really badass spell. I don't think we're going to find anything in my books. You know, this is beyond anything I've ever dealt with. What if we can't help Nick this time?
Monroe: Honey, all we can do is try.
Rosalee: The Captain must've known what Adalind did, because he brought something to give to Nick, but how do we find out what that was?
Monroe: I don't know. Find out where Adalind cooked it up.
Rosalee: Yeah, and reverse engineer it.
Monroe: Nick is still a cop, right? Can't he figure out where the Captain was before he went to Nick's house? I mean, he had to get the stuff somewhere.
Rosalee: Unless he made it himself, because he is a Zauberbiest, after all.
Monroe: Right, Zauberbiest.
[Lawrence zips a bag after dying his hair. He puts on glasses and grabs a notepad and pen. He sits down, closes his eyes, and goes through the memories he stole from Henry to get Kent Vickers' phone number and address. He writes them down and calls Kent]
Lawrence: Hi, this is Lawrence Anderson. Is this Captain Vickers?
Lawrence: I worked on the CVA project with Henry Slocombe.
Kent: Have you seen him? I'm trying to locate him.
Lawrence: Actually-actually, that's why I'm calling. He's been in an accident.
Kent: How bad?
Lawrence: It isn't good. He has a very serious head injury. Alexandra, his girlfriend I don't know if you know her she was found murdered in his house.
Lawrence: Look, I don't-I don't want to do this on the phone. How about I come over to your place, and I can just fill you in on everything?
Kent: Good idea. I'm-I'm up in north east. 2411 65th.
Lawrence: I'm on my way.
[Trubel hears him hang up and runs away from the door. She hides in the laundry room down the hall by the elevators. She watches Lawrence leave his room, and Lawrence notices some food that Trubel dropped on the floor. Lawrence leaves the hotel, and Trubel continues to follow him]
Renard: [He looks up at her] Mother.
Hank: I'm having a problem with Lawrence Anderson's motor vehicle records. They're not coming up.
Nick: I've got an address match in Seattle, and it looks like he works at satellite defense technologies. Do we know what that is?
Hank: We'll find out. [He does an internet search] Got it, SDT. They're heavy in aerospace and defense technologies.
Nick: Same kind of work Dr. Slocombe was involved with.
Hank: Maybe there's a connection.
Nick: Let's see what kind of employee Lawrence Anderson is. [He picks up the phone]
Nick: When did the accident take place? Okay, and what was the injury? Hold on, I'm gonna put you on speaker so my partner can hear this. [He puts the phone on speaker] Go ahead.
Supervisor: Yeah, I was just saying it's a real tragedy what happened to Lawrence a couple of weeks ago. He suffered some kind of head injury.
Hank: Can you describe the injury?
Supervisor: I can describe it, but I can't explain it. Nobody can. He got four wounds to the back of his head. [Flashback of Henry's doctor showing Nick and Hank the picture of the wounds on Henry's head in "Thanks for the Memories"]
Nick: Was he able to tell anybody what happened?
Supervisor: No, that's the real sad part. It's like he's suffering from dementia. He was one of the smartest men I've ever met. MIT, Harvard, military intelligence.
Hank: He was involved with military intelligence? Oh, yeah, top security clearance, intimately involved with some pretty important government programs. Now he doesn't even recognize his own daughter.
Hank: Can we talk to her?
Supervisor: Sure. I'm gonna put you on hold while I get her number.
Nick: [To Hank] So the guy we're following isn't Lawrence Anderson.
Hank: So we got Slocombe and Lawrence Anderson both working for defense contractors.
Nick: This guy's not just stealing memories.
Hank: No, he's stealing secrets.
Nick: So he's a Wesen spy?
Hank: And there's no way to prove what he's stealing, 'cause it's all in his head, which means the CIA or the NSA will never know the extent of what he's got or what they've lost.
Nick: How do you explain that to the feds?
Hank: I don't know, but we may get a chance to try. [He notices Chavez walk in] Here's Chavez.
Nick: [Whispers] Now what?
Chavez: Burkhardt, got a few minutes? We need to talk. Someplace private.
Nick: All right.
[Nick goes with Chavez, and Trubel calls Nick's phone, so Hank answers]
Hank: Trubel, this is Hank. Is he still at the hotel?
Trubel: No, he left. He's on a bus.
Hank: Where are you?
Trubel: I'm with him. Look, he dyed his hair, and he's wearing glasses. I might not have recognized him if he didn't come out of 402.
Hank: You were supposed to stay at the hotel.
Trubel: Hank, I got this.
[The bus stops]
Trubel: He's getting off at Sandy and 66th.
Hank: Now, listen, this guy is dangerous. Keep your distance and check in every 15 minutes.
Trubel: Got it. [She gets off the bus and follows the spy]
[The scene shifts to Nick and Chavez going into an interview room]
Nick: Is this on the record?
Chavez: Off, just between you and me.
Nick: So what are we doing here?
Chavez: Why was Captain Renard in your house?
Nick: I told you. I don't know.
Chavez: Did you know FBI agent Weston Steward?
Chavez: Do you know why Steward would want to kill Captain Renard?
Chavez: You understand the problem here, Detective? Your Captain was shot in your house by one of our agents.
Nick: Sounds more like your problem than mine.
Chavez: Agent Steward went off the grid. We don't know why. Next thing, he shows up dead in your house.
Nick: An FBI agent with no connection to a police Captain suggests, to me, that he was working for or with somebody else.
Chavez: You think there's a conspiracy.
Nick: Unless you have a better word for it.
Chavez: Why don't you tell me about the young lady living in your house, Theresa Rubel. From what I found out, she's had a few problems.
Nick: Yeah, and I've been trying to help get her straightened out.
Chavez: She's awfully handy with a machete.
Nick: Look, she's had some serious abuse issues. I've been teaching her how to defend herself. I didn't expect her to have to use it so soon.
Chavez: She spent time in mental institutions. I assume you know that.
Nick: She's been through some tough times, but she's a good kid.
[Chavez turns around and woges. She then turns back around]
Nick: And if she hadn't killed your agent, she'd be dead right now.
Chavez: [She retracts] Is there anything else you want to tell me?
Nick: This is your party. I'm just a guest.
[The scene shifts to Wu looking at the photo of Trubel from the drive thru security camera. Flashbacks of Nick and Wu talking about the security camera footage of Trubel in "Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen" and Nick introducing Trubel as a criminology student to Wu in "My Fair Wesen"]
Adalind: [Looking at the gruel] You got to be kidding me. [She throws the bowl against a wall]
[The scene shifts to Viktor and Rispoli watching Adalind through a camera in her cell linked to a laptop]
Viktor: What a shame. The recipe's been in my family for generations. Not that it's any good... more of a tradition than anything else.
Rispoli: How long do you plan on keeping her in there?
Viktor: Until she gives up every member of the Resistance who helped her escape. You know, even in her current condition, she's still quite attractive. Let the game begin.
Hank: Can you tell me what level of security clearance. Dr. Slocombe has? Do you know if he's ever had any connection to satellite defense technologies in Seattle?
[Wu walks up]
Hank: All right, but if you could get back to me, I'd appreciate it. Thanks. [He hangs up]
Wu: Got a minute?
Hank: Yeah, what's up?
Wu: Can I ask you something about the girl staying at Nick's house?
Hank: Theresa Rubel, yeah. What about her?
Wu: She's a criminology student, right?
Hank: [He sees Nick walking up] Yeah.
Wu: I'm just having a little problem trying to figure out why she's—
Hank: You know, we're gonna have to talk about this later. We're in the middle of an investigation. [He tosses Nick his coat] We got to go.
[They go to the hallway of the precinct]
Hank: Wu is starting to figure it out.
Nick: What'd you tell him?
Hank: Nothing yet, but I don't know how much longer we're going to get away with that. How'd it go with the FBI?
Nick: I don't know. It wasn't about Anderson. It seemed like there was something going on. I'm not sure what.
Hank: Well, I got something. Slocombe has top security clearance just like Lawrence Anderson. And Trubel called. Our Lawrence has left the hotel, and he changed his appearance.
Nick: She's following him.
Nick: She was supposed to—
Hank: We all know what she was supposed to do.
Chavez: I just saw Burkhardt. He's not the Grimm. I'm sure, I woged right in front of him. I think I know who the Grimm is. I'm gonna make sure.
[Juliette knocks, and Monroe answers the door]
Juliette: Can we talk?
Monroe: Sure, of course. Come on in. What's wrong? I mean, other than everything that's not right.
Rosalee: Hey, Juliette, I'm so sorry we haven't found anything.
Juliette: That's why I'm here.
Monroe: I mean, we've been doing everything we can with the—
Juliette: I know, but maybe you shouldn't be.
Monroe: I don't-I don't understand. We're really—
Juliette: I just think maybe we shouldn't be in such a hurry to fix this.
Monroe: You don't want us to help Nick?
Juliette: No, no, no, it's not that I don't want you to help Nick, but being a Grimm hasn't exactly been the greatest thing for him or me. And Nick isn't so sure he wants this anymore. So what I'm trying to say is, maybe we should just give it a little time to see if not being a Grimm is better than being one. Yeah, there's a chance for us to have a normal life together.
Monroe: No, wait a minute. Knowing what Nick knows, honestly, you think that's possible?
Rosalee: Just because he can't see us doesn't know he doesn't know.
Juliette: But shouldn't that be his decision? You guys have both been such great friends. No matter what happens, that's not gonna change. I just need a little time to think about this.
Juliette: Thank you. [She leaves]
Rosalee: How much time is a little time?
Monroe: I don't know, but I think we need to keep looking anyway.
Renard: You're really here. I thought it was a dream.
Elizabeth: I'm just glad I made it in time.
Renard: I was dead.
Elizabeth: For a moment.
Renard: I suppose that's the second time you've given me life.
Elizabeth: It hurt a lot more the first time. Who did this to you?
Renard: Weston Steward, a Hundjäger working with the Royal Family.
Elizabeth: The Family again. Will they never leave us alone?
Elizabeth: I would like very much to meet this Weston Steward.
Renard: I just remembered, I was supposed to give something very important to Nick Burkhardt. He's the Grimm I told you about. I need to speak with him. [He tries to sit up]
Elizabeth: You don't need to do anything except get better.
Renard: You don't understand. Adalind was with him.
Elizabeth: Adalind, Catherine's daughter?
Renard: Yes. She used the Verfluchte Zwillingsschwester. There's one more thing. A child, a girl.
Elizabeth: Whose child?
Renard: Adalind's and mine.
Elizabeth: So I'm a grandmother.
Renard: Not that you look it.
Elizabeth: When do I get to see her?
Nick: Where are you?
Trubel: I'm still following him. He's going after someone else.
Nick: How do you know?
Trubel: 'Cause I heard him making a phone call. He said he was gonna tell somebody about an accident and a murder.
Nick: Trubel, listen. We don't know who this guy is. I do not want you getting close to him.
Trubel: Damn it. I lost him.
Nick: Tell me exactly where you are.
Trubel: 65th and Alameda.
Nick: Stay put. We're on our way.
[Trubel starts jogging to try to find the spy, and she finds him as he is arriving at Kent's house. The scene shifts to inside Kent's house with him on the phone]
Kent: He accessed it from our site. That's the problem. Look, Dr. Slocombe had an accident. I don't know the details.
[The spy knocks]
Kent: I'm about to find out. I'll call you back. [He hangs up and answers the door] Anderson?
Kent: Come in. This way.
[The spy enters the house as Trubel gets closer to the house]
Kent: Tell me what happened.
Spy: Well, no one knows for sure, but we think it was some sort of home invasion.
Kent: Oh, my God.
Spy: He's at Treeview hospital. He doesn't remember anything, doesn't even remember his own name.
Kent: How can something like this happen?
Spy: [He takes off his glasses] I'm sorry. Could I trouble you for a glass of water?
Kent: Yeah, yeah, sure.
The spy gets ready to woge, but he sees Trubel looking around the outside of the house. Kent then re-enters the room with a glass of water]
Kent: Do they have any suspects?
Spy: Not that I know of.
[Trubel walks around to the back of the house and looks into the house through the glass door. She sees Kent knocked out on the ground. Suddenly, the spy comes up from behind and hits her in the head with a piece of wood, knocking her out]
Hank: This is where Trubel said she'd be.
Nick: Where the hell is she?
Hank: This is why I don't have kids.
[Nick tries calling Trubel, but the spy drops her phone into a fish tank. The spy looks at Trubel who is on the couch still knocked out with her hands tied up]
Nick: She's not answering. Maybe she's still following him.
Hank: What if he made her?
Nick: I can't keep dragging her into things like this. She's gonna get hurt.
Hank: All right, slow down. We go back to the hotel, see if we can find something in his room.
[They both get back into the car and drive away]
Adalind: [Quickly sitting up] Ugh! [She woges and screeches, causing the rats to run away. Adalind then stands up and walks across the cell where she notices an opening to the outside, but she realizes it's too high up to look out of] I just want my baby. I just want my baby. [She leans against the wall and slides to the ground] I just want my baby.
[Pebbles scatter on the wall across from her, and a small opening appears with light shining through]
Adalind: Who's there?
Adalind: Who are you?
Adalind: I know you're there. [She walks a little closer and squats down] Please talk to me. My name is Adalind.
Man: My name is for me to know, and you to find out. [He chuckles more, and the hole closes. He then continues chuckling]
Spy: That's a good girl. You've been following me. Too young to be a cop, no I.D., $6.75 in your wallet, and a receipt for two Italian subs. You must've been very hungry. Now, why would somebody like you be following me?
[Trubel doesn't say anything]
Spy: No matter. I'll find out. It's all in there. [He touches Trubel's forehead with his finger and she flinches]
[The spy woges and Trubel quickly closes her eyes. The spy stands up and goes over to Kent and rolls him over]
Hotel Manager: [She knocks on the spy's door] Mr. Anderson, it's the hotel manager. I have to open the door.
Hank: I'll do it. [He grabs the room key out of the manager's hand and opens the door]
[Nick and Hank start looking around the room]
Hotel Manager: He's not violent, is he?
Nick: Nothing in here.
Hank: No suitcase, no clothes he wasn't planning on staying.
Nick: [He finds the notepad with Kent's address and phone number] Hank, got an address. 2411 NE 65th street.
Hank: Right where she was.
Nick: Let's go.
Hotel Manager: What do I do if he comes back?
Hank: Call the police.
[Trubel runs over and kicks the spy off of Kent. They have a brief fight, and the spy throws her through a glass table, knocking her out again]
Spy: You can lie all you want, but I'll get the truth out of you. [He woges and starts stealing her memories]
[Nick and Hank pull up and run up to the house, guns drawn. The spy continues stealing Trubel's memories, but he gets scared after stealing some of her traumatic memories]
Spy: Oh, God, you're a Grimm. [He retracts and backs away] No, oh, God. Oh, God! No! [Trubel's memories keep going through his head]
[Nick and Hank bust open the door]
Spy: Oh, God. Oh, God! [He shouts]
Nick: [Finding Trubel] Hank.
[The spy whimpers]
Hank: [To the spy] Get down.
[Trubel's memories continue going through the spy's head as Hank arrests him]
Nick: [He sits Trubel up] Trubel, do you know who I am?
Trubel: Yeah, Nick, I know who you are. My head hurts. [Looking at Kent] Better check on him over there. I kicked octopus head off, and I hope it wasn't too late.
[The spy cries. Nick notices Trubel's head is bleeding. He grabs a cloth from nearby and puts it against her head]
Trubel: Ow, what are you doing?
Nick: You're bleeding.
Trubel: [In pain] Get off—
Nick: Hey, no argument.
Kent: [To Hank] Who are you?
Hank: Police. Who are you?
Kent: Kent Vickers.
Hank: Where do you live?
Kent: I live here. Why are you here? What's going on?
Hank: Just stay where you are. Help is on its way.
[Hank goes over to Nick and Trubel as the spy continues to cry and whimper]
Hank: Does she know who she is?
Trubel: Yeah, Hank. I'm a Grimm.
Hank: You know, you scared the hell out of us.
Spy: [Crying] Oh, God.
Hank: Timothy Croftin Perkal, Canadian, wanted in Canada, U.S., and Great Britain for espionage.
Nick: So we caught ourselves a spy.
Hank: You know, I was just thinking, all that stuff he stole from peoples' memories... what do you think he got from Trubel?
[The scene shifts to Timothy in his cell as Trubel's memories go through his head, and he screams]
[Nick and Hank knock on the door and come in]
Hank: Hey, Captain.
Renard: It's good to see you guys.
Hank: You too. You look pretty good for a guy who's been through what you've been through.
Nick: How are you feeling?
Renard: Better than I was. Listen, Nick, did you get what I brought to your house for you?
Nick: No, it's gone. I'm not a Grimm anymore.
Renard: Oh, Nick. I'm sorry. I tried.
Nick: I know. We can talk about this when you're feeling a little stronger.
Renard: I should've known what Adalind was up to. I'm just glad the young lady staying at your house knew how to handle a machete. I owe her.
Nick: Well, I'm just glad you're still here.
Elizabeth: [Entering the room] So am I.
Renard: Detectives Burkhardt and Griffin, this is Elizabeth Lascelles, my mother.
Renard: She's had a little work done.
Juliette: Trubel, you want some breakfast? It's almost ready.
Trubel: [Quickly coming down the stairs] Oh, I know. I smelled it. Bacon, that's all I want. [She grabs a couple pieces and eats them]
Nick: How do you feel?
Trubel: [She shrugs] Well, my neck hurts, but I haven't slept that good in a long time. [To Juliette] Hey, can I borrow your bike?
Juliette: Just take it.
Trubel: Thanks. [She grabs more bacon] See you guys later.
Nick: Hey, be careful.
Trubel: I know. I'm the only Grimm in town. I'll watch it.
Juliette: How you doing with all this?
Nick: I don't know if using her to help me is a good idea. It almost went really badly.
Juliette: She's a Grimm, Nick. She can't really avoid it.
Nick: Even if she could, I doubt it would last.
Juliette: I know. She's too much like you.
Nick: Not anymore.
[The scene shifts to outside the house as Trubel rides away on the bike and Wu watches from his car. The scene shifts back inside the house as Nick and Juliette are setting the table, and there is a knock at the door]
Nick: I got it. [He answers the door]
Nick: Is it the Captain?
Wu: No, um...
Nick: What's the problem?
Wu: We need to talk. [He goes inside the house] Thanks. I couldn't sleep last night. I need you to take a look at something. [He shows Nick a picture of Trubel from the drive thru security camera] She's a suspect in a double homicide, and I'm having a bit of a problem with this. You see, she was introduced to me as a criminology student, and I'm pretty sure she's the same young woman who's staying with you. Can you clear this up for me?
Nick: Look, it's complicated. I— [He puts his hand to the back of his head]
Wu: You okay?
Nick: Yeah, my head hurts.
[The scene shifts to Adalind in her cell as she clutches her head in pain. Nick does the same and falls to his knees]
Wu: Hey. Hey, hey, hey, hey. Nick. Nick, Nick, Nick, hey.
Juliette: [She runs over] What happened?
Wu: I don't know.
Adalind: [She screams with her eyes closed. She opens them and can see Juliette and Wu looking at her] Juliette?
Juliette: [To Nick] What's going on?
Nick: I can't see you. I don't know where I am. [He sees inside Adalind's cell]
Juliette: Can you see anything?
Wu: He fell down, and he said his head hurt.
Nick: I'm not in the house.
Juliette: What do-what do you mean? Where are you?
[Nick and Adalind both scream, clutching their heads]
Wu: Hey, you all right?
Wu: Buddy, Nick, Nick, Nick, you okay?
[Adalind screams and suddenly her and Nick's vision returns to normal, and she no longer sees Juliette and Wu]
Adalind: [She groans] What the hell?
Juliette: You can see me?
[Juliette and Wu help Nick up]
Wu: Okay, come on. Let's get up. Come on, let's go.
[Wu helps Nick to the couch, and Juliette notices the picture of Trubel on the ground]
Wu: You all right?
Nick: I'm not sure.
Wu: You said you saw another place.
Nick: I don't know.
[The scene shifts to Trubel riding the bike as a black van pulls up in front of her. Two men get out, put a bag over her head, and pick her up]
Trubel: Get off of me! [She is put into the van]
Chavez: [To the driver] Go, go.
[The van's tires squeal as it drives off with the bike left behind]