Mr. Wemmick, a man laden with mourning rings, becomes Pip's companion as they travel to London. They go to the disappointing Bernard's Inn, which failed to meet Pip's standards, where Pip reads the note left by Mr. Pocket saying that he will "Return shortly." Mr. Wemmick then departs, leaving Pip alone. Mr. Pocket arrives soon after, and, after presenting some fruit to Pip, offers to show him the city in the morning. They connect immediately, in a positive way. The two boys recognize each other in unison, recalling the fight they had at Mrs. Havisham's manse years ago.