Christopher goes with Rebecca to get a paternity test. He remembers the first time meeting her. "I thought you were so sweet, genuine." He's so much better when he's not shouting. She apologizes for what she said yesterday about his birth parents. She says she knows he wouldn't abandon anyone.
Sue Ellen takes Elena out for lunch. As often as people take her out to eat, you'd think she'd have a little meat on her bones, but whatever. Against her son's wishes, Sue Ellen asks Elena to loan John Ross some oil to appease his investors. Elena doesn't want to get into this whole mess between John Ross and the rest of the Ewings, so Sue Ellen basically threatens to pull all her funding from Elena's own drilling projects. She says this all in the most friendly way possible, of course, and it's pretty great. More of this Sue Ellen, please. After Sue Ellen leaves, Marta scowls at Elena from across the restaurant.
John Ross gets a call from Elena. Or, rather, from Marta on Elena's cell. She gives John Ross a hotel address and room number. She promises to hurt Elena unless he shows up. He rushes over there and finds Marta in a state of panic. Vicente's men are following her. She says she knows John Ross sold her out, but she doesn't care. John Ross ignores her as he frantically searches the room, finding no trace of Elena. "If you so much as scratch her, I will end you," he says.
We interrupt this suspenseful scene to follow Christopher to Elena's cottage. He knocks on the door as over-the-top dramatic music plays. Suddenly, an unharmed, unkidnapped Elena opens the door. She says something about not being able to find her phone. On to the subject of Rebecca's pregnancy, Elena says Christopher needs to do the right thing. "I still want to be with you," he pleads. "It doesn't matter what the test says, and I know some part of you still wants to be with me." Elena admits it, but doesn't want to get between him and his child. She sends Christopher on his way.
Bobby sits down with Harris Ryland and offers his most insincere apologies. Ryland knows full well that Bobby isn't really sorry, but this was more about making Bobby squirm. He drops the assault charges. At that point, Bobby promises another beat-down if Ryland messes with Ann in any way. Ryland gives him a sealed envelope, promising the contents will expose Ann for the kind of person she really is. "She's holding something back and you want to know what," Ryland says. "Here's your what." Bobby says he already knows what kind of person Ann is, but he sure does look tempted by that envelope.