Nick walks in as Letitia is ordering a maid to get rid of a flower arrangement that she wishes would die. Nick comes in, and she says she won't put up with him yelling at her again. But he's there to apologize, because everything she said about Clare was true. She tells him she takes no pleasure in that, and goes on to tell him that she tried to be his mother. She wishes he could have seen himself at 6, wandering around their house without a mother, pushing his little briefcase on wheels (how cute that Nick was a little 6-year-old version of his current self, briefcase and all!), "so full of need." She tells him she loved him then and still does. Then she hugs him and he reluctantly embraces her back. It's really sweet, but I would like to make it clear that this does not make up for those awesome moments and that powerful, loving bond (like when Tripp told Nick he'd run the company someday) we had last season between Tripp and Nick. I will not just forget about that simply because the show gets me all teary-eyed over Nick and his mom and then Nick and Letitia.
Nola's returning home after her terrible star-witness-losing day, to find Jeremy (surprise! he's predictable!) waiting outside her apartment. He asks why she had a bad day, but knowing she can't talk about the case, asks to just give him "the heart stuff; big picture." She tells him she doesn't have a husband or kids, so her work is the most important thing in her life. He's like, "You have a secret boyfriend." She says, yeah, just that and work. So when work doesn't go well, her life isn't good. He asks if she wants to see the Weepies, and then brings her inside her apartment, where the members of the Weepies are all set up ready to play. Jeremy had them all sign confidentiality agreements so they can't say a word. They dance as the Weepies sing "Somebody Loved". I don't know if it's the song or Jeremy's adorably goofy hat, or the fact that he would actually do this for someone instead of just being a crazy stalker (I know he's being a crazy stalker with Nola, too, but he's not just being that) like he was with Lisa, but I really am starting to like them as a couple. On the other hand, how could anyone -- even Jeremy -- be dating the person who's trying to get their mother convicted of murder without some ulterior motives? That's just impossible to believe.