In an effort to save attendees from being shot (including Duquesne and his uncle, Armand), Bishop jumps into action, which ends up making her a target for the Tracksuits. They fight through the auction hall and although Bishop is able to finally escape, the remaining Tracksuits attempt to follow her through the streets of the city.
Back at his hotel room with his children, Barton catches a quick breaking news story on the television, giving a rundown of the events that occurred at auction along with a photo of what looks to him like Ronin. Given this, Bishop and Barton's worlds finally collide during a face-off later on that night between Bishop and the Tracksuits. At a pivotal point in the fight, Barton swings in as Hawkeye and is able to save Bishop from the gang. However, being that he thinks she's Ronin, he drags her to a nearby alley where she finally removes her mask.
Following that revelation, the next episode tracks Barton as he attempts to hide Bishop from the Tracksuits at her apartment. Although claiming to him that she hasn't shown her identity at any point, a Molotov cocktail comes crashing in through her window, which proves differently. Although the two are able to flee the scene uninjured, they were unable to take the Ronin suit with them, as it was caught in the middle of the fire.