At the valet, Jeremy climbs into his limo, Clark asking him if he's excited for Thanksgiving. Sofia spots him from across the garage, asking him, "What's all this?" But she jumps in to save the day, guessing that this is Jeremy's father. Jeremy hugs Clark for being so sweet as to come pick his son up at work the night before Thanksgiving, whispering in his ear that he is now Jeremy's father and their last name is Babison. Without missing a beat, Clark sweet-talks Sofia, telling her he doesn't want to shake her hand. "Babisons don't shake. Babisons hug." And so he does, for a long, lingering time. Who is playing who, I ask? This is like House of Games, if it had starred Sofia Vergara.
In Tripp's shiny glass office, Nick hands a white-haired man a check while Tripp thanks "Charlie" for doing this. He wishes them Happy Thanksgiving and takes his leave. Tripp asks Nick if this is going to get out, and Nick says he doesn't think it will. He tells Tripp he would never lie for the family, and now he's making up stories about hunting accidents. Tripp tries to explain things away by stating that "life is messy," so Nick changes the topic to Simon. He asks Tripp why he never mentioned that Simon's parents had worked for the Darlings, and Tripp responds that he didn't want to put Nick in a position where he would have to lie. Tripp continues that Simon got it wrong that Tripp's parents reported Simon's parents to the authorities, which gives Nick a moment of clarity: "It was my father." Poor Dutch. Anyway, Tripp thinks this gives Simon Elder just the motive he needed to kill Nick's dad. But just then, they are distracted by the sight of Darling Plaza being demolished on the news. Tripp says this is the third time he's seen it today, and that it doesn't get any easier.
And, finally, a dressed-down Nick walks through his house and takes a call from Lisa. He wishes her a happy day, and she tells him that she's sorry she left, but that sometimes it's hard for her to deal with all this. He offers to quit and he offers to drive up there, and she declines both options. She tells him she loves him and that she's really trying, and he promises, "We'll get through this." They say that they love each other, and a final shot reveals that Nick has spent the day at home, painting the walls. And while this olive branch should hopefully bring the two of them closer together, it is worth noting that the blue color he's gone with is neither crème brulee nor flan.