The shower is running and Juliet walks into the bathroom to ask Davis if he really told Emily he would buy her a horse. Davis is clad in a towel and talking on the phone. I take back that Michael Bolton bit. Dude's stacked. He'd have a problem competing with, say, Bryan Adams. No, still doesn't work. Davis has a hot bod. Davis is speaking in hushed tones into his phone, and then hangs up and tells Juliet that it was that troublesome client he had visited in Southampton. Juliet seems a little curious and asks him how long the water had been running. She does seem like the conservationist type. He changes the subject and asks her if she wants to shower with him, but she can't. So much for her activism -- that would have saved a lot of water. After Davis gets in the shower, she takes a look at his Blackberry and writes down the number of the last call he made. Quite stealthy of Davis just to leave the freaking device on the sink.
Later, Juliet and Mia are having lunch together in Mia's office. How can these women be so connected when they only hang out with each other? Juliet explains that the number checks out as a Hamptons number, but she is still suspicious. Mia is like, "Duh." Juliet says that she can't rebuild her marriage if she's going to be suspicious all the time. Mia tells her to call the number, but she already has, several times. No one answers, and she gets an automated voicemail. Suddenly, Juliet gets a text and apparently it's from Roman to a bunch of people at her company. Juliet is typing into her phone while Mia tells her that it's not crazy that she would be suspicious. Suddenly, Juliet freaks out because she wrote, "Ignore Gerard, he's a pompous little bastard," to her entire company. And Gerard. Ah, the old "reply-all" nightmare. These writers are really on top of their game. Next, we're going to see a party where Mia had to leave with a sweater tied around her waist. Juliet has to leave and perform "major damage control." Before she leaves, she tells Mia to call the brain surgeon.
Mia braces herself and makes the call. When Jason answers, she speaks at lightning speed and tells him that she had a nice time and would like for him to come to brunch at Caleb Stackpole's (!) place.
In the hallway at work, Katherine stops Zoë and tells her that the investors that they are courting for Shane's company want a meeting on Sunday afternoon, the same time as Luke's birthday party. Katherine says something about Clayton being responsible for the change, so Zoë stops listening to her and bursts into Clayton's office. He says that they can't change the meeting so that she can play Laser Tag and she reminds him that she set this date aside a long time ago. That's why they work in teams, he says. Katherine will be able to handle it. Zoë's pissed. She says that she's a Managing Director and Katherine has been out of school for two years -- this is too big for Katherine. Clayton says that he's a Managing Director, too, and that it seemed like a safe bet. Doesn't he have a boss? You could have his ASS, Zoë. This is stupid. Katherine comes to the open door and says, "What are going to do , Zoë? Not go to your son's birthday party?" She's awesome. Zoë, without responding, shuts the door. Clayton says that he will be at the meeting to help Clayton. Of course he will.