Nola and Simon at his place. I wish I could skip all scenes with them, because they're all the same, and nothing ever happens, and it's all completely boring. He's basically mad at her for Nick losing the case, blah, blah, blah, whiney baby blackmailing cakes. She is willing to appeal her suspension and reopen the case, but he says the time for legal remedies is over, and she needs to take care of it by killing Chase instead. He says this in a lot more words, which is boring, so I'm sparing you all. She tries to put up a fight, but he tells her she'll never see her brother again if she doesn't.
Jeremy's putting together Jenga blocks in the Darling mansion. Nola comes in and he says, "Well, hello! I hope I knew you." She tells him that he does -- that they even had sex. He asks what she wants, and she says she just wanted to see him, to say goodbye in case something bad happens. She basically tells him she has to kill Chase. Letitia walks in and interrupts. Jeremy knocks his Jenga down. Letitia snaps a picture of Nola for Jeremy's flashcards. She might have told Pete Bradley she didn't like this, but you can tell she loves it. She needs someone to take care of.
Andrea comes in wearing the most horrible outfit in TV history. It's a brown and black flowered shirt, with a black layered skirt. By layered, I mean that it's like, separate layers of ruffles. With a leather belt dividing the two completely clashing elements (top and skirt). And then the worst part is this rose on a black chocker that she has around her neck. It's horrifying. So, Brian asks if she's planning to wear that and she gets all upset. And, seriously, show, why? Why would she get upset? She's clearly just wearing this as a practical joke, right? I mean, we've never seen her look this ridiculous. But, no, apparently it's not a practical joke, and she's really upset. She calls him snotty and childish. She asks him to say that he doesn't want to be married to her. Actually, she doesn't ask. She forces him to say it. She tells him marrying her was a beautiful gesture, but the way they're living isn't beautiful. Um, didn't you just get out of the hospital? How do you even know how you two will live together? Anyway, she finally gets him to say, "OkayfineIwantout." But only because she's the pushiest person ever.