Brian tells Andrea she's in the experimental trial, but she doesn't want any kind of treatment. He can't believe how selfish she is, with her yoga and incense. She calls him an idiot. He calls her a bitch. They start kissing passionately, and we all know where that's going.
Hot Roadkill is playing the piano when Tripp walks in. He tells her not to stop playing, so she doesn't. He's glad she's up and about and tells her it's actually been "refreshing" having her in the house. Well, I guess anytime he's bored, he should go hit a hot bicyclist and bring her home, then. Hot Roadkill tells Tripp how admirable it is that he's so faithful to someone as unfaithful as Letitia. She reads the papers, after all. He says Letitia was the girl of his dreams 40 years ago, and he can't let it go. She calls him a saint, and tells him how nice it is to meet someone who can afford to make a million second chances, but still holds onto the first one. This is all really sweet and should reaffirm his love for Letitia, right? Not, you know, make him love Hot Roadkill?
Karen shows up at Nick's office and asks him "What's cookin'?" Ugh. Everything she says and does is so annoying now. There is no depth to the character at all. I get that she's the dumb, rich, spoiled bimbo, but if we're to believe Nick ever loved her -- let alone still does -- we need her to be more than that on the inside. She used to be last season, but not anymore. He tells her he has an answer for her. Just then, Lisa calls the office (instead of his cell; why?) and Daisy tells Lisa he's in a closed-door meeting, admitting he's with Karen. Nick's telling Karen his final answer is no. He has to make things work with Lisa. He owes it to her and Kiki. He tells her he loves Lisa. He loves Karen, too, but Lisa's his wife and he wants to do the right thing. Yeah, Nick, loving someone else is not doing the right thing. Lisa's pissed enough about this meeting in his office that she immediately calls Simon and asks if she can see the disc.
It's time for family dinner, and Tripp's calling everyone into the room to tell them why they're all here: to celebrate their perseverance and second chances. He gives Hot Roadkill a lingering look that Karen and Letitia both notice. Maybe they can gossip about this later. He toasts to Letitia's freedom, and to Karen's "fifth and, it is hoped, not final wedding," and to Patrick for weathering this year and ending up in the U.S. Senate. Patrick makes a shot about his political career being his own business, but thanks him for the vote of confidence. Tripp toasts to family. Letitia, Karen and Nick repeat it. Brian scoffs a little and looks at his own family: Andrea brushing Brian Jr.'s hair out of his face on the couch. After the toast, Letitia asks Nick where Lisa is. He says she's with Kiki, but they are working it out. Letitia wishes Tripp had Nick's same willingness to forgive and forget. She tells Nick Tripp's enchanted with Hot Roadkill and doesn't realize what he could lose, financially and otherwise. Jeremy comes in with two hot girls on his arms. He introduces them to Patrick and Nola as backup singers on the song he and "JT" just wrote. It's called "Moving On," and he suggests Nola get the ringtone.