Cameron is slaving away in the storeroom when we get a floor-height view of a couple of stilettos, and she looks up to see Dontrelle, who says she's looking for Duncan. I understand the darlings of Wall Street don't have mean things like security at their front desks. That's why everyone loves them! Cameron breaks into a smile as she says she does, in fact.
Back at Firmwood, they've apparently cleared out the afternoon wake in time for Brody's wife's party. There's live music and swing dancing that actually looks pretty fun, especially since Wendy and Marla are dancing with each other, which is, happily, causing Karl some consternation. Cameron then appears with Dontrelle in tow, and Duncan goes rushing over, grabs Dontrelle by the arm, and hurries her away. I guess she was really good after all. Brody's wife, whose face we don't really even see, gives him a kiss on the cheek, and then he tells James that "Johnelle" is thrilled, and while he bitches about her, she's got this other side, and they fit. How magnifiizzzzzzz. Further mention of Napoleons that I won't be recapping...
...and then Duncan is paying Dontrelle a thousand bucks to forget she ever met him. Dontrelle: "For a grand, I can forget almost anything." Heh. Cut to him leading her out, but they run into the boys, and when Duncan introduces her, they all look slightly terrified. I only wish Dontrelle would go over and start dancing with Wendy and Marla. Dontrelle says the boys are cute. Duncan: "They know you're packin'." Dontrelle: "Worth a shot." I agree with you thirty-three and a third percent. When she's gone, Brody giggles until he sees Stacey enter, and his smile fades as he gets James's attention.
Cut to the two of them sitting out by the pool. Stacey doesn't offer any explanation, probably because there isn't one. I mean, seriously -- the guy was an asshole, I'm sure he wasn't going to leave his wife, she's married to James, who seems like a good guy and is also Michael Vartan -- how are we supposed to have any connection to or sympathy for her? James is regretful that Stacey wasn't there with him when he got the CEO job, and she tells him he could just come home, but you know, forget the explanation -- I don't think we've even heard an apology yet. I hope this character is gone after this episode. Keeping that hope alive, James walks away from her.