And now Nick's entering Tripp's office. He gives Tripp his recommendation for the new vice chair of Darling Enterprises. Tripp looks at it and asks, "Really?" Nick says that in terms of loyalty, commitment, and brains, that's the person who's best equipped to guide the company. Tripp says that secures the future of Darling Enterprises.
Ellen's funeral. In front of a small lake or pond. Patrick eulogizes Ellen as embodying the American spirit of transformation. Heh. Karen's like, "Does that sound like Ellen to you," and Brian replies that Patrick must be delirious with grief. Patrick actually starts crying, as he says not a moment goes by that he doesn't miss her, but her spirit lives on in his heart. It's actually a very sad speech when you think about how much he loves Carmelita, and that she's gone.
And then Kenny G. starts playing Amazing Grace and the cops pull up. Nola gets out to arrest Letitia, saying Nick put Letitia in this position by letting her attend. Kenny G., to his credit, doesn't stop playing. Then the cops walk up to arrest her, and Tripp says no. They step in to take her and Brian steps up, telling them to back the eff off. Okay, he actually tells them to get the hell away from this mother, but it is seriously awesome. The cop tells him to step away or he'll be arrested. Brian says that actually the cop should step away unless he wants to be working a crosswalk, and he calls him "Chubby," apparently because he's chubby. Karen whispers, "You're not helping." Brian removes his sunglasses, and the media cameras swarm in. Nick tells Nola she did a good job getting all the major news outlets to record the brutal arrest of a grief-stricken woman. Nola thinks it will play as a cold-blooded murderer whose sense of entitlement knows no bounds. Nick says she's a grandma, and Nola says she's a sociopath.
Letitia chooses this moment to faint (when did she become such a frail little thing, anyway?), and everyone calls for a doctor. Nola decides it is getting a little icky and she'll let her go with a warning. Nick walks off and Nola stands there looking disappointed. Then Jeremy jumps up and grabs her from behind, whisking her behind a gigantic brick structure that I'm really hoping is not a ginormous mausoleum. She asks what he's doing, and he asks her the same thing. She's doing her job. He doesn't answer, but says he needs to see her tonight. She says it's not possible, and Jeremy says he'll go sing a duet with "Mr. G." (is that what people call him?) about how she slept with the defendant's son before she arrested his mother. She thinks he's bluffing, but he says they paid for two songs. So she agrees to meet him at 10 at her place, but that he will be gone by 10:05.