Simon sees Jeremy and asks where Nola is. Jeremy tells him not to worry; he'll get dead later, but Simon says plans have changed: He's decided not to die yet. Simon says something important has happened that's made sticking around more important than fleeing. Jeremy asks what happened, and Simon assures him he'll find out soon enough. Simon toasts to mergers and unexpected arrivals (episode title alert!) and "to your family ..." He looks at Karen across the room, walking slowly and dramatically. "... And to mine." Jeremy looks blank, as usual.
Brian finds Nick and asks how Andrea is, if she's missing him. Nick says not exactly, so Brian calls her a bitch. Nick says her feelings are just hurt and she doesn't trust him. Then Nick says he knows this is unorthodox, but since Brian's a man of the cloth, Nick would like to confide in him for a change. Brian Brians (I can't think of a better verb than to verb his name; his delivery is so unique): "Give it a shot. We'll see." Because, even as a minister, he's not making any promises that he'll try to help anyone. Even his brother. Nick tells him Karen's pregnant, and it's Simon's. Brian gets instantly pissed. Nick says Karen still wants him to be with her, and Brian says, "What, and raise the devil's spawn?" Nick laughs, "Yeah, something like that." Brian reminds Nick how he told Karen she was "the one" when the plane was about to crash. He asks Nick if that was true, and Nick says it was. Brian says that "the good book" says, "Love is patient; love is kind; love endures all things." Nick repeats it, as a question: "Love endures all things?" Brian says his guess is that it at least tries. Nick looks thoughtful, nods to Brian and says he'll see him at home. Awwww. They're the best brothers ever.