Patrick babbles to Krista at the Logan Gallery. She's impressed by how smart he is, and he credits growing up with money and surrounded by beautiful things. They're gushing, but Congressman Watley's watching ominously in the background. In Tripp's office, Tripp is filling Nick in on what sort of insider content Lisa's promising in her tell-all: details of Patrick's marriage and affair; Letitia's trial and her payment of money to Nick's mother; Karen and Simon. Tripp wants to get ahold of the Darling family P.R. team, but Nick would rather handle it himself since he'd like the book neutralized but doesn't want Lisa attacked. Tripp agrees to that. Then someone calls to tell Nick that Simon's awake. Back in Simon's faux hospital room, Simon dives back in to the flashback.
Apparently, Nola's dad was signing half of the biofuel over to Simon. But right as he gave him the papers to sign, some police officers walked in and arrested Nola's dad for being a traitor to his country or something. Simon, in glasses, acts like he'll figure it out for him, but then looks knowingly at one of the arresting officers. In case we didn't figure it out from that, in the present, Nick's like, "So you set him up?" Simon says if he had it to do over, he would have left the vials on the table, since that's where his trouble began. Nick asks what that means, but Nurse Crazy and another nurse come in to give Simon his bath. Nick says he'll see him later. We zoom in ominously on Simon to end the scene. Weird editing here.
Jeremy's drinking somewhere in the Imperial when Nurse Crazy, looking all sexy in a little black dress, comes up and flirts with him. She thinks he needs a change of scenery, but Jeremy says he doesn't know where to go for fun ever since his mother got arrested, he fell in love, hit his head, faked amnesia, and now he's here drinking. Nurse Crazy has an idea. Party music as we see skyline shots of Vegas. Then we zoom in on Jeremy and Nurse Crazy in a stretch Hummer somewhere on the Strip. They make out and toast to great ideas. Again, this is all very nonsensical and, considering this episode was actually made before cancellation, I have to wonder why they didn't put more thought into it than this. Especially since it was written by Craig Wright, whom I used to like.
Back at the Imperial, Nick interrupts Karen, who was grossing herself out by looking at childbirth picture books. Nick came to tell her he wants to do the whole him, her and the baby thing. She asks if he's sure, and he is. They talk shit about their exes, and then he says they know everything about each other and he's not just okay with her; he loves her. He's loved her since the first day he saw her in her orange one-piece bathing suit with a bucket of frogs and a shovel. She loved that one-piece. He says, "Yeah," and it gets slightly weird since he's talking about a little tiny girl in his memory here. So he changes the subject to ask her what she thinks, and she says it's about time. Commercials.