John must make a choice at the train platform -- be free from his obligations and adversaries by letting Agathe take the money or pursue her in an effort to protect his brother, father and country.
Edward's captor is revealed; John prepares for a dangerous act in his first step toward the assassination of Cantar Walley, just as Walley's elite security team arrives in Paris.
John gets closer to completing his perilous assignment, only to have matters jeopardized by a childhood mistake; friends get involved in an unprecedented and gravely consequential way.
Recent events tell a story that could reveal John's plan to assassinate Cantar Walley, so John takes pre-emptive and desperate measures, risking himself to divert attention and create the illusion that the story is over.
John acts against standard protocol, which alerts adversaries of his whereabouts and necessitates the abandonment of the John Lakeman cover identity, jeopardizing all.
An unexpected day off provides the opportunity for a last-minute bachelor party, and collective inebriation follows; John fully embraces the celebration with his wife and friends until the timeline for his mission abruptly moves up.
Drunk and stoned, John breaks into Cantar Walley's compound; Alice considers the cost of betraying her father-in-law in order to protect her husband; Agathe finds a powerful new ally.
All hell breaks loose.