More skyline porn and then we're in a meeting between Tripp, Nick and Simon. They give Simon a blank check and tell him to fill it in with anything he'd like and walk away from Karen. He says he's only interested if Tripp gives up his controlling interest in Darling Enterprises. He wants all of Tripp's shares and voting rights at a fair market value, and then he'll call off the wedding. Tripp and Nick get up and leave, but not before Tripp calls Simon an "obnoxious little piddling sonofabitch." It's awesome and totally helps me love Tripp again, a little.
Nick and Hot Roadkill are now having coffee in an L.A. park that's supposed to look like Central Park. She tells him Lisa's just trying to make him jealous, because we're all back in eighth grade when we love someone. Which is not exactly how life works, but Nick agrees with her. This actually might explain why he's been having the Karen and Lisa problems he's been having. He sees love at an eighth-grade level instead of growing up and being committed. Nick tells Hot Roadkill about Tripp wanting lunch, and she says she's not interested, so instead he should take her as his date to the wedding. She says this would solve everyone's problems. Um, except Tripp's. And Lisa's. And actually even Nick's. I don't see how this would "solve" anything, actually. He is hesitant momentarily, but then agrees.
Andrea and Brian are in the doctor's office, where the doctor is telling them her body isn't responding as they'd hoped to the medical trial and that the cancer's spread. Brian gets very sad but barely shows it, just saying that's not true because she's been feeling good. Brian wants her put on someone else, but she says no. Apparently, she no longer wants to fight to stay alive to protect Brian, Jr. from the Darlings. Also, the timelines on this show are crazy. So, Hot Roadkill still lives at the Imperial, but Andrea's far enough into her medical trial to know it's not working? Doubtful. Anyway, she tells Brian she's done, and the doctor tells them to talk it over. Both Brian and Andrea are sad, and he tells her she has to. She said she just wants to live peacefully for the rest of her time. He resigns himself to it, showing some tears, and asks how they're going to tell "the Shrimp."