While JD and the others were fighting the gang that had been sent to capture Rachel, Sakura was at the estate of the evil wizard who’d actually abducted her.
Sakura perched in a tree that gave her a vantage from which she could see over the hedge wall that surrounded the battered old mansion. From there she contemplated the creepy architecture, the dead grounds, the vaguely demonic gargoyles and the open plots in the old family graveyard. She assessed all of this while determining her plan of action.
Finally, Sakura nodded.
“Yeah,” she said to herself. “I think I’d rather just owe E.”
Then she dropped silently to the ground, got back in Rachel’s car, and drove away.