The next day, Hart is arguing with Rowdy about something of great importance: Whether or not to have a mariachi band at the charity gala. Rowdy, naturally, is passionately in favor. Hart is less enthused. On legal fronts, Dylan and Beth are at the courthouse, trying to work out something with the ADA. She offers two years of probation and counseling, and drops the child porn charges so Charlie won't be labeled a sex offender. They celebrate with fist-bumps. Back at the firm, the bus company and their reps are being douches. Hart and his go-getter associates keep after them while Mia and Connor look on with worried expressions. The bus douches want time to "confer," but Malcolm tells them they've stalled long enough. "We'll hear your offer now, or we'll see you in court." The bus douches write a number on a slip of paper and hand it to Addy. Stone-faced, Addy reviews the offer and tells them it will be discussed. Only when the bus jerks leave does Addy giddily reveal that the offer was for $500,000. Mia and Connor are thrilled and nearly collapse with relief.
At Susan's house, Rowdy is persevering in his duties as senior festivities coordinator by going over hors d'oeuvres options. Susan delights in the stuffed mushrooms. Rowdy also perseveres in his duties as the show's emotional center by asking if she's sure she still wants to have the party after the break-in. (He simultaneously offers her a mini chocolate flan served in an edible white chocolate spoon. I'm envisioning white chocolate fingerprints everywhere.) She says it's too late to change the venue and the charity needs the money. He wants to bring up another matter of importance... The mariachi band enters behind Susan a moment too soon and Rowdy frantically waves them away. Susan looks at him curiously. He covers by pretending he was waving away an insect: "Das a bee!" Hee. This scene is of no importance, but I had to transcribe it anyway, for Rowdy.
Mia and Connor Smith return to the firm not much after winning the settlement, seeing as how their clothes are the same. They break the bad news to Addy and Malcolm: Mia's insurance company is suing them for the settlement. They're going to take everything as reimbursement for Mia's care. "If they take that money, we'll be bankrupt," Connor says. Ominous music plays us into the commercials. The next thing we see is Malcolm and Addy explaining the concept of "subrogation." Addy plans to subpoena all the insurance company's documents to make sure they're acting legally. She'll need copies of everything the insurance company sent to Mia. Mia wants to know if they really stand to lose all the money they just won. Malcolm: "Let's cross that bridge when we get to it." That's... reassuring.