Then Nick shows up at his place to find it totally torn apart. He hollers for Brian and finds him looking very sci-fi, with goggles, a sledgehammer, and all covered in dust. Brian tells Nick the bathroom's going to be a sauna, the kitchen's going to be the bathroom, and Kiki's room will be the kitchen. Not to worry, though, because Kiki will sleep in a loft they're building above the wine locker. Nick thinks Brian's insane, but Brian says if the landlord has a problem, they'll just buy the building. Nick says he's actually the one with the problem, but I have to ask: Why? If he's doing the whole baby thing with Karen, shouldn't he be moving in with her soon? I mean, I like that they're trying to keep the odd-couple scenario going with these two, but it feels forced. Nick points out that Brian's his guest, so Brian tells him to be a gracious host, then, and make way. Nick tells Brian to put it all back. Now. And storms out.
Watley comes into a conference room Patrick's hanging out in somewhere to tell him he has to stop the relationship with Krista. Apparently, he's only okay with men having sex with his wife, not actually talking to her and going on dates. Patrick somehow knows they were followed to the gallery, but it doesn't really matter because this is all so ridiculous. Do we really need filler in a series finale? Apparently. Anyway, Watley won't stand for Patrick and Krista having feelings for each other, but Patrick points out he may very well have to because, "I like her and you, my friend, are ... gay." Hee. But Watley has photos of Patrick and Krista having sex at the hotel. Apparently, Watley takes pictures of all of his wife's hookups to threaten them with later. Are they all public figures who would have a problem with the photos? Anyway, Watley says it's over and leaves. Patrick: "Right."
Nick's appearing on a New York talk show called "Day Break with Bob Kerry" to talk about Lisa's book. Nick says the leaks about the tell-all aren't true, because the Darlings are just a regular family using their resources to have fun and enjoy life. Nick points out that Lisa got a big advance, which gave her motivation to say all this stuff. Bob Kerry says the author's his ex, right, but Nick doesn't want to talk about that. Unfortunately, Bob does, so he invites Lisa out to sit down with them. Nick reminds the audience that the Darlings have done good, but are human like everyone else. Lisa points out that Patrick ran for office while having an affair, and that they threw a party that closed down the Brooklyn Bridge. Nick tries to claim it was a "charity event," but Lisa's fighting back. Nick says Lisa's a hypocrite since Jeremy invested in her art gallery. She bought him out with her advance, but she points out that it's difficult to trust Nick's credibility about the Darlings since he's in a relationship with Karen. Lisa says she won't give out the sordid details now, but it will be in the book. Bob sends it to commercial, and Nick congratulates Lisa on humiliating herself and Lisa in front of the whole city.