At Colin's suite at the Genoa City Athletic Club, Ronan instructed police to collect everything Colin owned as evidence. Genevieve, in shock, told Ronan she was still reeling after learning that Colin had arranged for her to be murdered. Genevieve told Ronan that she felt responsible for her housekeeper's injuries. Genevieve explained that Myrna was a kind, gentle woman, who wouldn't hurt a fly.
At the hospital, a woman bearing a cat tattoo on her left ankle rested in bed. The hospital-issued identification bracelet listed that woman as Myrna Murdock. A nurse attended to the patient, whose entire head was wrapped in gauze bandages. Myrna could not respond because a respirator assisted her breathing. The nurse instructed the patient to depress a self-administered dose of pain medication to ease her suffering.
A doctor told Genevieve that Myrna's lungs had been damaged in the fiery explosion, which was intended to kill Genevieve. The doctor said he'd been unable to locate Ms. Murdock's family. Genevieve promised to look after Myrna, and the doctor said that in time, Myrna's face should heal enough for her look the same as she had before the incident.
Genevieve braced herself before entering Myrna's room. Genevieve sobbed as she offered heartfelt apologies to her injured housekeeper. The only other sound in the room was the rush of air from the ventilator. Genevieve hovered over Myrna and said, "You've never done anything to anyone. You don't deserve this kind of pain."
Ronan arrived, and Genevieve explained that the doctor had been optimistic about Myrna's recovery. Genevieve reminded Ronan that he, according to the text message he'd sent Jack, was late for the meeting Ronan had arranged at the warehouse on County Highway. Myrna suddenly experienced a rapid heart rate, and alarms sounded. Ronan stepped out and summoned a doctor. Myrna's doctor concluded that she had experienced an emotional reaction to her trauma and pain. The doctor explained that time and pain management would help his patient, whose heart rate had returned to normal.
After the doctor left, Ronan asked Genevieve about the text message directing Jack to meet him at the warehouse. Ronan explained that he'd misplaced his phone. Genevieve determined that someone was making mischief with Ronan's phone by sending text messages. Before Ronan left, he vowed to find out who had his phone.
Genevieve spoke soothingly to her recuperating housekeeper. Genevieve acknowledged that she knew nothing about Myrna's family or personal life. Not expecting a reply, Genevieve said, "I don't even know if there was someone special in your life that you loved. Was there, Myrna?" Genevieve mentioned her passionate love for Colin, and she admitted that he'd never loved her the same way. Genevieve bemoaned fairytale love stories. She cried that love wasn't hearts and flowers. She said that often it was fire and ashes.
In a warehouse on the outskirts of town, Jack, Phyllis, and Nick watched a film projected against a wall. Abby, Ashley, and Tucker, along with Victor and Victoria, watched, too, as the grainy black-and-white film began. All had been summoned via text message to meet Ronan at the warehouse. Jack maintained that Ronan hadn't sent the text.
Snippets of the film showed Jack, Abby, and Ashley pushing and tussling with Diane. Tucker was seen with his hands wrapped around Diane's neck. Diane had tried to break free when Nick grabbed her from behind. Phyllis was seen picking up a rock and chasing Diane after she tried to flee. Victoria could be seen reacting in horror after Victor picked up a large rock with his handkerchief. It looked as if Victor had intended to strike Diane when she charged at him. Victoria was seen stifling her scream by placing her hand over her mouth.
After the film ended, Nick discovered that the film projector had been wired to a timer. Abby cried that the film was an invasion of privacy, and she implicated Adam. Ashley, shaken, insisted that it was Ronan's ploy to force a confession from the person who had killed Diane. All asserted their innocence. Nick admitted that he'd felt rage for Diane that night in the park. Victor maintained that Diane had lunged at him and not the other way around. Each blamed the other and warned that the police might be recording their heated conversations in the warehouse.
Victoria cried that Ronan could try to bully them, but he would lose. Nick suggested that Ronan was not the person who'd gathered them together at the warehouse to watch the film. Nick insisted that Adam was the mastermind. Jack wondered aloud what Adam's objective could be. Tucker agreed with Nick that Ronan had not been involved. Abby cried, "It's never going to be over, is it?" Jack received a call from Genevieve. She told Jack that Colin was in jail and that Myrna was hospitalized. Genevieve told Jack that Ronan had not sent the text message, but was on his way to the warehouse.
After the call ended, Jack told everyone that Ronan hadn't sent the text. Jack warned that Ronan would arrive any minute. Victoria panicked at the thought of Ronan seeing the film. Tucker said he would ensure that Ronan never viewed the film.
After Ronan arrived, Phyllis pointed out that he was late for the meeting he'd arranged with everyone. Ronan explained that he'd lost his phone, so he hadn't arranged the meeting. Nick showed Ronan the text message he'd received after Jack explained that the message indicated there had been a leak of information at the police station. Ronan asked what had happened after everyone arrived. Nick responded, "Nothing at all." Everyone nodded in agreement.
Adam wandered around in an emptied pumpkin patch after closing hours. Straining his eyes to see in the darkness, Adam called out, "I'm here. What do you want from me?" Adam outstretched his hands and repeatedly called out to the person who had summoned him. Adam stumbled upon a scarecrow dressed in a nun's habit. An illuminated jack-o-lantern smiled beneath the black-and-white veil. Adam said aloud to himself, "I was right, Patty. You're back."
Adam returned to his room at the club and sighed. He said aloud to himself, "I've got to find you, Patty, before you start ruining things for me." Adam phoned the number Patty had used to summon him to the pumpkin patch and left a message instructing her to meet with him. Adam answered a knock at his door and found Victor standing before him. Victor asked, "What kind of trouble have you gotten yourself into now?"
Victor told Adam that he should have a ready alibi because the police would want to know why he'd failed to show up at a meeting Ronan had arranged with all the people suspected of murdering Diane. Adam glibly asked what motive he'd had to kill Diane. Victor warned that he would return to discuss the matter further if he discovered that Adam had arranged the meeting at the warehouse. After Victor left, Adam heard another knock. No one was present when Adam opened the door, but he found an envelope on the floor. Inside the envelope, Adam found a silver cell phone. Adam pressed buttons on the phone and said, "Let's find out who owns this little phone."
Victor returned to the warehouse and found Ronan still questioning Victoria. Ronan asked Victor why he'd left so quickly after Ronan had arrived. Victor noted that his son Adam had not been present with the others at the warehouse. Victoria told Ronan that it was obvious to her that Adam had sent the text messages.
Ronan pointed out that Victoria had never been an official suspect. Ronan suggested that Adam knew something about Victoria that could help him with his investigation. Victor said, "If you want to talk to my daughter, you do so at the station. My lawyer will be present. Is that clear?" After Victor and Victoria left, Ronan said aloud to himself, "What exactly happened here tonight?"
Ronan showed up at Adam's. Once inside, Ronan asked Adam where he'd been earlier in the evening. Adam claimed he'd been on planet Earth. Ronan quickly spotted his phone on a table. He picked it up and asked Adam where he'd found his phone. Adam explained that someone had dropped it off at his door. Ronan told Adam that they should discuss the matter at the station. Adam said, "And here we go again."
Victor accompanied Victoria to her house. Victoria told her dad that it was horrifying to discover that someone had recorded everything that had taken place in the park the night Diane was killed. Victor said he hoped the footage had been permanently destroyed. Victoria cried that there could be copies of the video. She said, "Now I am not the only one who knows what you did out there."
Jack stopped by the hospital to comfort Genevieve. Outside Myrna's room, Genevieve told Jack that Colin had lied to her right up until the end. She sobbed after she told Jack that it was devastating to think that Colin had ordered the murder of the woman who'd borne his children. Jack seemed uneasy. Genevieve asked about Ronan's message. Jack sighed and explained that it had been a misunderstanding.
Jack asked about Myrna. Genevieve invited Jack inside Myrna's room. Genevieve introduced Jack to Myrna. Jack told the mystery patient that she was fortunate to have her own angel looking after her. Jack assured Myrna that Genevieve would make sure she healed as quickly as possible. Genevieve kissed Jack and lovingly stoked his face. Myrna watched through the eye slits in her bandage. As Jack and Genevieve kissed, Myrna tightened her hand into a fist.
Tucker, Ashley, and Abby went to the McCalls' condo. Abby, brooding and withdrawn, said she had to leave just after they arrived. Ashley told Tucker she wished Abby hadn't seen her mother fighting with Diane. Tucker assured Ashley that everything would be fine. Ashley didn't relax even though Tucker insisted that Abby would be all right.
After Tucker showered, he sat beside Ashley on the sofa. Ashley, contemplative, remarked that Phyllis and Victor had both picked up rocks during their altercations with Diane. Ashley shook her head and cried that there'd been so many lies told and so much anger directed at Diane. Tucker said he regretted not admitting that he'd put his hands around Diane's throat after she riled him. Tucker said that Diane had pushed him, and he'd fallen into some poison sumac. Tucker insisted that he'd regained control of his emotions and left. Ashley said she believed Tucker when he said he hadn't killed Diane.
Phyllis and Nick retreated to the patio at Crimson Lights. Nick told Phyllis that he'd already confessed the details about his encounter with Diane. He told Phyllis that she'd never mentioned having picked up a rock. Phyllis insisted she didn't kill Diane. Phyllis reminded Nick that many people had grudges against Diane.
Nick said he supposed that Adam had shot the film and arranged for them to see it at the warehouse. Phyllis said she wasn't sure Adam was to blame. She suggested that one of the people in the warehouse might be the guilty party and had staged the incident to throw everyone off track. Nick said he felt that Phyllis was hiding something. Phyllis admitted that she'd picked up a rock, but maintained that she had dropped it when Diane began arguing with someone else. Phyllis insisted that Diane was still walking and talking when Phyllis left. Nick told Phyllis that she was still hiding something, and he begged her to tell him what it was.
In shock, Abby sat in her car and sighed. She shook her head and said aloud to herself, "How can I not remember what happened?"