Madison storms off, leaving Myrtle and Cordelia to huddle up. "If Madison Montgomery really is all that is left to us, maybe it is better this way. Maybe we deserve to die out," Cordelia says.
As they talk, Myrtle has a revelation, and begins to wonder if Cordelia is actually the next supreme. "I was a fool not to have realized it earlier... You have great power, my girl, power that has been seeking expression in these young vessels. But it's in you. You must let it out. You must perform the seven wonders," Myrtle tells Cordelia.
Cordelia performs the first six easily, while Queenie, Myrtle and Madison look on. Wait, why didn't Queenie die? I thought that you were either the supreme, or a goner? That was clearly stated in the last episode. This business has passed me by.
With one wonder left, we are seemingly down to Madison and Cordelia, who will have a divination showdown. Cordelia passes the test easily. Madison stalls, then falters, accusing Myrtle of fixing the test. "You would accuse us of chicanery?" Myrtle asks. Madison storms off, calling the coven a "jacked-up version of celebrity rehab." Indeed.
As she packs her things to leave, Madison is confronted by Kyle for allowing Zoe to die. While Cordelia brings Zoe back to life in the greenhouse, Kyle ends Madison's life by strangling her. When I said Madison had to pay, this wasn't exactly what I had in mind, even if this was the most logical ending for this character. Spalding appears and offers to help Kyle bury Madison's body.
So, the big reveal of Cordelia as the next supreme sort of got buried there. By bringing Zoe back, Cordelia performed all seven wonders. Her sight is restored and her scars disappear.
Next, we see Cordelia going public with her news, doing a media interview to promote her school for young witches. "Thanks to you, we're entering a new era," Myrtle tells Cordelia, before insisting that Cordelia kill her, as punishment for killing the council.