If that's the case, it works. After the initial rage has died down, Frank says he's done trying to change Agustin and tells his boyfriend to move out. "When I was with CJ...I looked over at you, just outside of it," he says, "and you were just watching me. That's all we've become." If Agustin expected redemption (and from his relief at having finally fessed up, that seems to be the case), he's not getting it. The shot of him on a hill above the beach, small and alone in the corner as Frank walks away, drives home how isolated he has become. After giving Frank some time to cool off, Agustin heads home. He is greeted with a dark house with no sign of his boyfriend.