Luc is still giving Sarah the mostly-silent treatment and she has had enough. She begs him to start yelling at her, but he won't do it. He doesn't want to yell. He just wants her to understand that she crossed a line. She fake apologizes for washing his brushes and cleaning his studio, but she does this Audrina Patridge ceiling eyes thing the whole time and Luc can tell she doesn't get it. He reminds her that it is not about where they live, but how they live together. She shouldn't have listed the house without telling him. BECAUSE IT IS CRAZY. She looks slightly chagrined, but still tries to convince him that it's a good thing, and that he will need lots of space what with his impending wildly successful art career. But Luc doesn't want space, he wants a family who is happy and close-knit. He tells a tale of his lonely little rich boy childhood in far-flung corners of the globe and Sarah finally gets it. She agrees to call off the realtor. They are home. You know, until next week when she eats another brain tumor and 'splodes the damn place.
Nora is wandering the halls of Walker Manor when Brody comes a-knockin' at the door. They are both surprised to see each other because it is 2 a.m. and everyone should be asleep. Nora has been thinking, though, and she has an answer for Brody: Yes. Yes she wants to move to Fresno. She loves Brody. And she is ready to consummate the relationship. She invites him upstairs. Hubba hubba and all, but this is how she got herself into trouble in the first place. It's even more the middle of the night when Brody plants a kiss on Nora's sleeping head, whispers that he loves her, too, and then leaves. BECAUSE NORA CAN NEVER BE HAPPY.
Scotty wakes up from a dead sleep and realizes: Olivia is right! He needs to go find Michelle and try to help her. While he was stalking her, he paid a hotel clerk (I'm speculating) to find out that she ordered a car to LAX at 6 a.m. So that's where he will find her. He's half-dressed already and Kevin reminds him that they have a daughter and can't ditch her in the middle of the night without risking permanent trauma for a girl with abandonment issues. Scotty says not to worry because Saul will be there in 15 minutes. So they leave? And hope that Olivia doesn't wake up and that Saul shows up on time? I don't really get it.
Meanwhile, all the action is happening at 5 a.m. because now Justin is up and Brody is knocking on his door. He's leaving and he wants Justin to know that it is totally his fault that his mother is going to be heartbroken and miserable. He tried to tell Nora the truth, but he couldn't do it. Nora's children are her world, and he can't be the one to throw a bomb into the middle of her family. Um, yeah, that was Justin actually. Justin is starting to realize that he may have made a grave error and tries to talk Brody into staying, or at least getting tested to find out if he is actually Sarah's dad, before leaving, but Brody's mind is made up. It's just simpler that Sarah thinks William is her dad. Then Brody makes Justin promise to never tell Nora the truth. Justin sort of agrees but points out that it will totally break Nora's heart. Brody shrugs, it's Justin's fault!