Edie visits a still-blinded Carlos in the hospital, and in light of having lost all the paperwork for his offshore accounts in a tornado, she's decided to help him out financially by returning the diamond bracelet he gave her. Except he ends up having to admit that although the box was from Cartier, the actual bracelet was from a swap meet. On her way out, Edie stops at the nurse's station to ask when Carlos is getting his sight back, ostensibly so she can flip him off but actually for story-related reasons over which she has no control. The nurse doesn't say much, beyond the fact that even Carlos's girlfriend doesn't know how bad it is. But since she's obviously got more info and nothing but PB&J for lunch, Edie decides to take her out to a bistro and pick her brain. I hope Edie's prepared to buy the nurse a lot more lunches after getting her fired for violating patient confidentiality.
Up in Julie's room, Dylan shows Julie the scraps of charred notepaper she was able to recover from the fireplace grate; there's not much readable other than the sentence "your father was murdered." You'd think Katherine would have been extra-careful about making sure that phrase went up in smoke. Dylan's sure the note is for real, and she isn't about to go to Katherine about it, so she's going to ask Adam what he knows. Julie asks Dylan a total bonehead question: why would Katherine lie about this? Even Dylan is able to come to the obvious conclusion: Katherine's the one what done the killin'. These two had better quit sleuthing and start studying, because clearly Julie needs it more than I thought.
Gabby visits Carlos in his hospital room with the priest in tow, so I guess it's Tuesday. "Is there something the doctors aren't telling me?" Carlos asks, alarmed. Gabby breaks the news about the surprise wedding they're having -- right now, without witnesses or a signed marriage license -- and gives the priest the green light to get started. He does, but Carlos calls a halt and asks for a moment of privacy with Gabby. She takes his hand, and he breaks the news that he might not get his sight back. She yanks her hand away in shock and sympathy, but to the stone-blind Carlos her expression probably looks like one of cold fury. It's probably the one he remembers most anyway. So he quickly amends, "for three, four months, tops." Gabby thinks that's a really long time, but she's down for "better or for worse." Looks like the wedding's on, despite being not even remotely legal or official in any sense.