Meryetamun faints beside Almah at the sight of bloody water and a crocodile with remains of a basket in its mouth.
Meryetamun with Yekutiel in her arms, along with Almah, Abba, Ima, Kakemour, and several soldiers approach Asetnefret at the entrance of Pi-Ramesses.
Ramesses sends four servants with gifts for Almah. One of the gifts, the mirror, is so significant it truly symbolizes Almah as the pharaoh's daughter.
Kakemour tries to force Mosis to whip his brother, Aharon. Instead, Mosis whips Kakemour.
On Mosis' way back to the palace, he runs into Kakemour. As soon as Mosis got close to Kakemour, he hit him in the side of his head with a stone. Mosis murdered him.
Mosis accompanied by Batya and Almah, return home in Goshen and visit Ima, Abba, Aharon, and Miryam. While they traveled to Goshen because Mosis murdered Kakemour, Almah and Ima share a special moment like they've never had before.