Simon says Tripp screwed him, but Tripp says he didn't, that his clients are free to do what they choose, but it's interesting they were motivated by something other than money. He says he'll buy Darling Enterprises back at its current market value, but Simon says he's not about to give Tripp a one-day $10 billion profit. Tripp says he'll buy half the company, then, at a 20 percent discount from the day before's profits. Then it will only be a $4 billion profit. Simon asks if they'll be partners, and Tripp says it's ironic, isn't it? Simon looks intrigued.
The party's still ongoing when Letitia grabs Hot Roadkill in the hall and calls her a "bony little tramp." She wonders how she'd dare show up at her daughter's wedding and throw herself at her husband. Hot Roadkill says she's there with Nick, but Letitia's not backing down because she's completely lost her mind. She asks why Hot Roadkill wants to steal her family and fortune. She accuses her of planting herself in front of her car, insinuating herself into the household, and intending to steal her husband, her future, and her family's future. She tells her to get the hell out of her house. I am completely lost by this. I think it can only be leading to another lawsuit for Letitia, which ... been there, done that. Can we please skip that part?
Nick walks up to Lisa, and she asks if he lost his date. She then asks if he remembers the summer house her family used to stay at when she was growing up. She tells a story about how she and her college roommate drove all night to get there once and when they got there it had been sold and torn down. She said that's how they are: They can try really hard, but it's over. She said she was so jealous of Hot Roadkill at the coffee shop, she brought Jeremy to make him jealous, but now she's not jealous, just ... He finishes for her: "Sad?" She says, "Yeah." Then Hot Roadkill comes down the stairs with her coat and luggage and Lisa tells him to go ahead, so he does.
He catches Hot Roadkill at the elevator and asks what happened. She says she doesn't know. She told Tripp she was interested in Nick, and the next thing she knew Letitia was accusing her of trying to steal her husband. Nick looks puzzled, but then says this started as an accident so they should probably leave it at that. She asks if this means they're just done, and he says he'd love to get to know her better, but existing around this family isn't easy. He tells her to go and not look back. I think we're supposed to feel sad for Nick, but I don't care about Hot Roadkill. I was much sadder about the Lisa scene.