- "Justice? You can call this justice if it makes you feel better."
- ―Victor Ramon[src]
Yo-Yo continues her personal mission of vengeance and must decide if she will cross the line and take a life in her quest for revenge. In the aftermath of her covert adventure, Yo-Yo weighs her commitment to the S.H.I.E.L.D. team.
Victor Ramon disputes that Yo-Yo Rodriguez will be bringing justice by killing him. She states that she will feel better after she does it, to which he declares that he felt the same when he shot her cousin. He urges her to go through with it, and after a moment of hesitation she decides not to. He laughs at her mockingly and the Alpha Dog enters the room with the Peruvian 0-8-4. He attempts to shoot her, but using her powers she is able to avoid the blast and take the weapon from him. The blast hits Ramon, vaporizing him. She points the 0-8-4 at the Watchdog and warns him to leave before she changes her mind.
The Zephyr One arrives and Quake, who has defeated the remaining Watchdogs, advises Rodriguez to leave the 0-8-4 behind as it is probably what S.H.I.E.L.D. are tracking. Rodriguez informs Johnson that Phil Coulson and Alphonso Mackenzie are tracking her powers and offers to help her. Quake refuses, saying that one Inhuman fugitive is enough and that she will find her if she needs her help. Johnson asks what happened with Ramon, and Rodriguez replies that he will not be hurting anyone again.
Back in the present day, Rodriguez and Johnson enter Jeffrey Mace's office and delete all record of Rodriguez's presence in Baltimore. Before they leave, Rodriguez informs Johnson that she did not kill Ramon and gives her Peggy Carter's old badge as a reminder that she is part of the team, as Coulson did for her the day she signed the Sokovia Accords.
- Yancey Arias as Colonel Victor Ramon
- Dale Pavinski as Alpha Dog
- Matt Berberi as Henchman #1
- Hiroo Minami as Henchman #2
- This episode was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award for Short Form New Media – Adapted.