Jason lays unconscious in a bed within Wayne Manor, being tended to by Alfred, who believes Jason should be in a real hospital, despite Bruce's wishes. Inside Jason's head, he's having a bit of a mental experience with a giant manifestation of the Joker, who seems intent on finishing the job for a second time. Before Alfred leaves Bruce and Jason alone, he lets Bruce know that there won't be any physical damage, and Jason should wake up soon. Once Alfred leaves, Bruce begins to speak with Jason...
Bruce tells Jason about the moment where he stopped worrying about him, it was during their training, where Jason seemed to begin to take responsibility for himself. This is all well and good, but in Jason's mind, he's currently running from the Joker. Cornered, Jason decides to fire back by jamming a few sticks of dynamite down the Joker's throat.
Then, after the Joker is dealt with, Ducra reappears, because she don't need no body or life to teach Jason some lessons. Ducra scolds Jason for not using the All-Caste's training for good, and holding on to his rage after all that time. Ducra warns Jason that his rage will eventually bring nothing but sadness and death to those he choses to keep close, as Jason sees the bodies of all the Bat allies dead, as well as Roy and Kori hanging from a tree.
Then the scene shifts to all the Bat children piling on Jason in his redhood mask, until Bruce pulls him from the abyss. We see the scene where Bruce gives Jason his second chance by offering him the position of Wingman, to which Jason is unsure how to react. Bruce tells Jason that there is too much blame between them, and while they've both done things they came to regret, it all has to be let go.
Just then, Jason wakes up. Seeing Bruce, Jason tries to tell him he's sorry, but all Bruce does is hug him.