- Charlene, without a word, only a simple hand gesture, warns Chris to stay away, and in essence saying goodbye to him forever.
- And before that, Drucker convincing her to identify Chris if he appears or else her son Dominic would be taken to adoption and have a very difficult life in later years.
- When Neil sees Hanna coming after him he abandons Eady, leaving her completely speechless and broken.
- The end scene with Hanna holding Neil's hand as he dies. Moby makes the scene with his "God over the Face of Waters".
Neil: Told you I'm never going back.Vincent: Yes.
- Lauren's attempted suicide in Vincent's hotel room.
- Donald Breedan's character arc. He just got out of parole and found a job in the restaurant, only for the boss to be a complete moron. Then Neil proposes him to be Trejo's replacement as the runaway driver in the bank heist and gets killed in an anticlimatic way after the heist. The poor man only wanted to be a good citizen but couldn't escape from his criminal roots because of a very rotten society.
- Hanna is called to a murder committed by Waingro. He is exasperated dealing with the reaction of the dead girl's mother.
- Neil attempting to comfort a critically wounded and emotionally distraught Trejo before giving him a mercy kill.
- Det. Hanna and Justine comforting each other after Lauren's suicide attempt. They manage to reconcile after their previous fight, all the while admitting that their marriage won't work.
- Many of the casualties in the climactic bank heist. Seeing Bosko get taken out with a bullet to the neck (one part of his body that's not protected by his Kevlar) is particularly startling.
- The guards killed in the armored car robbery. Especially the one who infuriates Waingro, his terrified expression makes you feel horrible when Waingro shoots him in the face and this forces Neil to execute the second guard, and Cheritto to kill the third guard.