Jeremy's on the boat chatting with Ethan Hawke, and he suggests they go to the Bahamas: "I gotta get back, though, before I go to space camp." If we don't see that, I'm gonna be wicked pissed. However, Jeremy is like, "Ethan? Dude?" Come on, Ethan Hawke. You're not that cool.
In a park somewhere, a blonde woman ["that's Glenn Fitzgerald's Series 7 co-star, Brooke Smith" -- Wing Chun] is impassionedly berating Brian, saying that the issue isn't money -- she just wants their son to get the education he would if they were together. Brian says that the school won't take the kid if he's not Brian's, so Mom shoves the kid (who's super-cute, by the way) over and puts his hand in Brian's: "Congratulations, baby. You're royalty." I don't want to sound naïve, but...can she do that? Brian calls after "Andrea," saying that he can't just bring the boy home to his wife and kids. I hope he doesn't make the boy sleep in one of the confessionals.
Carmelita is lying with her head on Patrick's chest as she begs him not to leave her: "I'll do something terrible." Patrick's wearing a Mona Lisa smile as he stares at the ceiling and distantly responds, "It's okay. I'm here."
Freddy and Karen are in bed as he tells her about a plan to become some sort of golf spokesman, which will only cost a million bucks to start up. What about the orphans, Freddy? What about the orphans?
In the helicopter, Nick VO, which has been going on this whole time about evil, says that he's going to find out who killed his father: "And when I do, they're gonna pay." Cash or check? Kidding. And, complaints about the changes aside, that was really good. I'm not too into Brian, but Juliet's okay, the parents are intriguing, and I love Patrick, Karen, and especially Jeremy. Can't wait for next week!