Nash, Joe, Harvey and Rachel were yelling for Lynette and Nick as they ran into the apartment. "Nick..?" Nash called out, "Lynette..." The four of them stopped when they saw the bodies on the floor and Lynette, standing beside Nick.
"What happened?" Nash said.
"We had a rather unpleasant visit," Nick said.
"Lynette, would these be Carl and Nathan?" Nash said.
"Yes, it would," Lynette said.
"Well, what do you need us for," Nash laughed.
"Lynette are you alright?" Harvey said, going over to her.
"Yeah, I think I'm okay," she said.
Putting an arm around her, Harvey said, "You're trembling."
A few tears escaped as she said, "I'll be fine." She put her arms around him, hugging him rather tightly.
"It's okay," Harvey said.
A few officers, entered the apartment and Nash said, "Get these creatures off my floor and out of my living room."
As the two men were hauled away, Joe said, "How did you manage to...whatever is was you did?"
"A little divine intervention," Lynette said.
"What about you Nick?" Nash said, "Are you alright."
"Are you kidding me?" Nick said, "That's the most fun I've had in weeks."
Nash smiled and patted his father on the shoulder. "Son, we have bigger problems to deal with," Nick said.
"What now?" Nash said.
"There are ghosts in this place," Nick said.
"Ghosts," Nash plainly said.
"You wouldn't believe some of the things I've seen," Nick said, "Things moving around by themselves."
"Nick..." Nash said.
"I know you don't believe me, but it's true," Nick said, "This place is haunted."
"Nick, it is not haunted," Nash said, "Now stop it before you give Joe nightmares."
"I'm glad everything turned out alright," Rachel said.
Lynette was looking around for Evan, and she spotted his silhouette on the balcony. She walked out and said, "It is you isn't it? Evan?" He just smiled.
"Why is it I can see you and no one else can?" she said.
"Because you needed to," Evan said.
"What about Harvey?" Lynette said, "And Cassidy and everyone else? They need you too."
"This isn't about reunions," Evan said, "They're all just fine."
"I'm not going to see you anymore, am I?" Lynette said.
"Never say never," Evan said.
"Thank you," Lynette said.
"My pleasure," Evan said.
Lynette looked out across the city and said, "I almost wish..." She turned back, but Evan was gone. She leaned back against the railing, watching the sky as it welcomed the dusk.
"Hey," Harvey said, coming out to her. "It's a little cold out here," he said, offering her his jacket. Putting it around her shoulders, he said, "What are you doing alone outside?"
"Saying thank you," Lynette said.
Harvey nodded his head. "Are you sure you're okay?" he said.
"Yes, for the first time since this whole thing started, I feel safe again," Lynette said, "And you're safe again, too. I guess you won't have to stay with Joe anymore."
"No, I'll be back home tonight," Harvey said. He paused and said, "Are you coming with me?"
"You want me to stay with you?" Lynette said.
"You did before," Harvey said.
"Yes, but I was under house arrest at the time," she said.
"I know I don't have a lot of room," Harvey said, "But I'd love to have you."
"Harvey, I don't know," Lynette said, "It's not that I don't want to stay with you. It's just been a really stressful day, can we talk about this in the morning? I don't think Nash will kick me out tonight."
"Sure," Harvey smiled.
Lynette shivered. "You're right," she said, "It is chilly out here." Lynette went back inside, but Harvey paused before going in. He drew in a deep breath and said, "Thanks, buddy." He turned and went in.