Well, Jason still doesn't have his memories, and Roy is still pretty pissed about that, demanding that S'aru give Jason his memories back. S'aru asks Roy and Kori to see it from Jason's perspective, showing them both just how shitty Jason's life was, but Roy isn't convinced, bringing up the fact that the three of them had pretty good times, so if Jason just wanted the bad parts gone, why doesn't he remember his friends... Well, about that...
Well, turns out that Jason met a drunken lowlife Roy the night he found out his mother was still alive, which lead ultimately to his death. As S'aru explains it, memories are like webs, and you pull one, the rest that are connected come with it. Roy's a little surprised, but S'aru tells him that Jason kept a lot of things from him, showing the time Jason spent with the League of Assassins (which Cheshire and a very human Bronze Tiger, who finds some creepy looking gem). Safe to say, the time with the League didn't turn out too well, which leaves Roy feeling really bad.
Kori butts in to point out that ones history can't haunt someone if they don't let it, but S'aru fires back with the fact that Kori is hiding quite a bit in terms of her memories, revealing that she has absolutely no problem remembering things, even though her mind works a bit different. Kori starts to get pissed, but S'aru continues, claiming she has selective amnesia, actively repressing some memories, exposing a fight between her and Dick for all of them to see. Roy, meanwhile, is all "WTF," having a hard time to deal with everything, while a mind wiped Jason tries to convince him to let it be.
Roy has nothing of it, and uses a tranq to knock Jason out. S'aru points out that the only person who'd be able to get Jason's memories back, is Jason himself if he willing asks for them. S'aru then pretty much just gets bored with them, and transports them out of the All-Caste's garden. In the snow, with a knocked out cold, mind wiped Jason, Roy freaks out a bit when Kori asks him what the plan is. There is none. Roy's world just pretty much shattered.
Elsewhere, Essence and Ducra watch on, as S'aru pops up. Turns out S'aru and Ducra planned this for a reason, but Essence rejects her mother's suggestion of having faith, claiming she can see their future as clearly as they both can, and death is coming for them.
Elsewhere, in Seattle, some nameless assassin goes over a bounty on the Outlaws' heads, is stuck with a few arrows, and Green Arrow figures its time to save his former "friend" from getting killed, once again.