Dutch dispatches Rock and Revy on errands throughout Roanapur, and Revy is displeased that she is forced to perform them with Rock. When they stop at the Church of Violence, an organization posing as religious missionaries in order to traffic drugs and illegal weaponry, Rock manages to use his business savvy to repair an agreement with Yolanda, the head of the Church of Violence, after Revy draws a gun on her. Eda draws a gun in response, and the two are at a standoff. Yolanda is impressed by Rock's skill and negotiates with him on Lagoon Company's terms. After the meeting, Yolanda recommends to Revy to emulate Rock's manner, to which she angrily tells Yolanda to screw off. Afterwards, Rock and Revy begin a violent disagreement at a restaurant, as Rock is furious at Revy for beginning to act like his former superiors in Japan, leaving Revy at a loss for words. Chief Watsap, the head of the corrupt Roanapur police and presumably a friend of Revy's, is forced to stop them due to Revy discharging her weapon without concern for her surroundings. Rock and Revy sit in a police car, and the two reconcile by sharing a cigarette.
In name association to Summary.
- Rokuro "Rock" Okajima — Daisuke Namikawa (Japanese), Brad Swaile (English)
- Revy — Megumi Toyoguchi (Japanese), Maryke Hendrikse (English)
- Dutch — Tsutomu Isobe (Japanese), Dean Redman (English)
- Eda — Jun Karasawa (Japanese), Lisa Ann Beley (English)
- Sister Yolanda — Akiko Takeguchi (Japanese), Shirley Millner (English)
- Chief Watsup — Masaaki Tsukuda (Japanese), Dale Wilson (English)
- Opening Theme – Red Fraction (by Mell)
- Rock and Revy driving – Seasonal Wind
- Strip club – Let Me Know Your Name
- Rock and Revy driving (again) – Seasonal Wind
- Rock brings dinner for Revy – Tadpole Dance
- Revy punches Rock – Don’t Look Behind (requiem version)
- Rock and Revy share a cigarette – Tear Drops to Earth
- Ending Theme – Don’t Look Behind (ending version)