As she plans the show, she gets all excited. She says Ferragamo's sending models and their spring collections, and she's invited 200 friends and their families. Karen says she'll try to make it. Models in underwear ask to change in Tripp's office. He tells them "no." That was just gratuitous underwear. As Letitia's getting ready, Brian breaks the news that only eleven of her friends came. He calls them "sycophant suckwads," and tells her he's sorry. Even the reporter almost feels sorry for her. Clark says, "Then don't run the story." But emphasis is on "almost." But Letitia didn't call off the fashion show. The family and Letitia's eleven friends watch the models. At the end of it, one of Letitia's "friends" stands up and tells her what a horrible person she is, with her unwholesome behavior, which has cast a shadow over all women of substance. She thinks Letitia should be ashamed. Letitia passes out on the runway. Tripp runs to her as we go to commercial.
Clark and our intrepid reporter are snacking on fruit. Clark says they rushed Letitia to the hospital, when Nola Lyons showed up to arrest Letitia for violating house arrest again. Nick says that her life was at stake, which is a justifiable reason to violate house arrest. Nola's skeptical since she's at a rejuvenation center. Nola pushes, and brings up the dog-walking, but Nick points out that since the Darlings own their entire block, she can walk up and down the block. And if she arrests her again, he'll have a mistrial declared. Rena thinks Clark has a convenient explanation for everything. She also tells him he's cute, but wonders what's up with the moustache. He'd rather stick to the article.