Back on the bridge, Jeremy has asked Natalie The Question; after a protest that she "would never go to Twinkle" (heh), she looks him in the eye, and her voice goes high and desperate as she says she thought she was pregnant, and then when she wasn't, she didn't come clean. She says she's sorry, and seems to mean it, but he tells her to stay away from him. I'm not sure I buy either her completely giving up, or him dismissing her permanently over this without any further discussion, honestly. I mean, if she were clearly a golddigger or running around on him, sure, and maybe the show meant to lead us in that direction with the whole business about the necklace and wanting stuff for free, but in the end it actually seemed like they really cared about each other, and this really is hardly the worst thing she could have done. But like I said earlier, I'm not going to look a gift horse in the mouth. Especially with the herpes and all.
Elder and Nick are walking along somewhere, and Elder asks Nick how giving away the Darling millions is going. Seems a little on-the-nose for me, here, but I guess we're meant to infer that the Elder is keeping very careful track of what Nick is doing. That seems to be the implication, anyway. Elder goes on that before he died, Dutch had realized that the "world of money" to which the Darlings gave Dutch access made him "lose track of himself," and he lost Nick's mom and then Nick in the whole bargain. Nick smells a rat at least to some degree here and asks what Dutch really did for Elder. Elder says that he didn't have the chance to do anything, but he had just about decided to quit working for the Darlings and to come work for Elder before his plane blew out of the sky. Nick asks if he thinks Tripp killed Dutch, but Elder sidesteps, saying only that he thinks Nick should give the ten million away (...you'll recall that Nick gave a million of it away on like, his first day, so his pace for the year isn't really that bad here, show) and if he can't find the time to do it, he should come work for Elder. Elder's talking a good game here, but I buy next to nothing of what he's saying, particularly given that he hasn't given the slightest explanation for the dossier in the briefcase. He leaves Nick with these words: "There are lots of ways to lose your life, Nick. All at once, or one day at a time."