Jeremy walks into a club and talks to a DJ, who asks him what he needs. Jeremy says, "It's more, 'What can we do for each other?'" And that's all we get.
Brian and Brian, Jr. are polishing shoes, and Brian, Jr.'s sad. Brian asks what's wrong, and Brian, Jr. asks if his mommy's going to die because she's sick. He listened in on one of her phone calls to the doctor. Brian says, "Well, that's what you get!" And I thought, "Nice. You're telling him that eavesdropping means he gets a dead mommy?" But Brian goes on to say he gets inaccurate information and then lies that she's not going to die. Brian, Jr. asks if she's sick, though, and Brian says she is, but she's not going to die. Brian, Jr. thinks he's lying, and Brian says, "Hey! Have I ever lied to you?" Brian, Jr.: "Yes." But then Brian gets more emphatic, saying she's going to be fine, and Brian, Jr. seems to buy it.
Now we're at a fancy wedding in the Imperial. Jeremy sits down next to Lisa and tells her she looks hot. She says she's there to make her husband jealous, not to get him aroused, but thank you. Across the aisle, Patrick thanks Nola for coming with him, and then compliments her shoes. She tells him not to mention women's shoes once they're in D.C. Back across the aisle, Andrea tells Brian she can't believe Brian lied to Brian, Jr. He says he wants Brian, Jr. to feel safe and she says now when she dies he won't feel safe and he'll know Brian's a liar. He says she's not going to die, because she can't; he needs her and loves her. She looks surprised (this is probably the first time he's ever told her this, right?), and says he'll do anything to win an argument. Nick walks to the front of the wedding and announces that there's no wedding today. Everyone looks shocked, except Brian, who stands up and says there will be a wedding today. He then gets down and proposes to Andrea. Then they're getting married and kissing, and Brian, Jr.'s all smiles.
Simon's in his board room toasting about Tripp getting emotional, since emotion is bad for business. Someone walks in and tells Simon they're in trouble. He turns on a financial channel where a guy is saying Darling Enterprises stock went up when Simon took over and has fallen since, as clients leave the company. He's losing $100 million an hour. Simon tells the guy to shut off the TV but then throws a bottle at it. Karen walks in right then and Simon asks if she came to gloat. She tells him she gave herself to him "more fully and more freely" than she's given herself to anyone. He tells her that she's at least free for Nick now, and she tells him "All I wanted was you." What?! Is Karen watching the same show I am? She wanted Nick. She asked Nick to give her a reason to leave Simon. This show can't even remember what happened two episodes ago. It's infuriating.