Reva tells Josh that she wants to quit her job at the bar and take his offer to return to the TV station. But, to her surprise, Josh urges her to stick with her bartending gig. He explains that he has come to realize that he has to let her find her own way. Reva is deeply touched by his confidence in her but when Nate calls and asks her to return to the bar, Reva is drawn once again to him. Once there, she tries to keep up her happy façade but Nate calls her on it by pulling her into a kiss. In an effort to heal his family’s wounds, Alan decides to honor Phillip’s memory by planning a late night gathering to celebrate Phillip’s birthday. Aware that his plans may seem strange to others, Alan insists he only wants closure. But, Alex suspects that the party is just a cover-up so that Alan can get his hands on Olivia. Meanwhile, Olivia is eerily cheerful and upbeat coming off Emma’s kidnapping ordeal. But, her determination to pretend it never happened only serves to heighten Bill’s suspicion. Finally, he confronts her and asks her point blank if she killed Phillip. The bus taking Harley to Hell House has flipped over and a fire has started, leaving her and Lena trapped. Just when it seems they’re doomed, Gus appears and is able to pull Harley to safety. Despite her mistakes, Harley can’t forget that Lena was willing to take her place on the bus and goes in to rescue her. But, Harley and Gus’s efforts to save her come too late as a hallucinating Lena says goodbye to Harley as if she were saying goodbye to her own daughter and dies in Harley’s arms. Later, Gus and Harley realize they have been given a prime opportunity to escape but before they can, Mallet finds them and stands in their way.