Zoë is in the park playing soccer with Luke and ordering supplies for Sasha's science project on her cell phone. She tries to make Luke do dribble drills "to increase field awareness," but he just wants to kick. She explains that being able to control the ball is the key to the game, but Luke's not having it. And, here comes Clayton. I think they're in Central Park -- which is way far away from their house in the Village. And, the park is really huge. So, how the hell did Clayton know to find Luke and Zoë there? He wants to continue the conversation they were having earlier, but she doesn't want to. She tearfully says that Clayton pushed her aside and took credit for a deal that she closed. I'm sorry, but she doesn't seem too strong when she gets all whiny like that. She wonders why Clayton's there, and he asks if she doesn't want to put Tate's money to work. Zoë gleans that it must be Tate who wonders where she is (or, at least, his wife does). Instead of telling Tate that she quit, Clayton said that Zoë was having her eyes done. Which is funny. She's outraged. Clayong says that he'll "put in a good word to Henry," but Zoë's not having it. She tells Clayton that they're done, and walks away. Clayton says that's so "Mommy" of her to act that way, and she kicks the soccer ball at his head. GOOALLLLL!
Caitlin is looking over the portfolio of Denis, the "brightest star" at the Fashion Institute. (This is another Broadway baby, Michael Arden; he has a really pretty voice.) Caitlin says that his work is beautiful. He's totally excited that Caitlin's looking at his stuff, and she decides that she will offer him "the opportunity of a lifetime" and show his stuff at Fashion Week. Wow, Lily Parish just went from a week of free publicity to fifteen minutes of really very expensive publicity. Denis is thrilled, but Caitlin says that he needs to make his stuff at the speed of light: her job is on the line. Denis says that he has been wearing Lily Parish since he was fifteen. Awesome. Caitlin's all, "Ooooookay." She asks whether he can really pull the pieces together, so that they can have "some semblance of a show." Denis says, "Was Tom Ford's first show for Gucci a 'semblance' of a show?" Um, you could ask a million questions like that, but why don't you just agree to make some pieces. Caitlin likes that Denis is aiming high, though. She commands him to sew, and he twirls out of her office.