In two weeks: We can't tell who he chooses, but Nick tells someone to stay away from his wife, then we see a flash of Simon standing next to Lisa, then Nick embracing Karen (but it actually looks like the scene from the pilot when Lisa walked in on them in a too-close hug, so I think it's there to throw us off). Then we have Simon saying, "You mess with my stuff, I mess with yours." "Stuff"? Really? This guy just gets worse and worse. Letitia hits a bicyclist with her car and responds with what we'd all say in that situation, "Oh my." Jeremy asks someone, "What is she doing here?" Patrick says she's his chief of staff. Tripp looks grim. Nick's standing next to a blonde woman we've never seen (maybe she's the one who Letitia hit, and they're brining her into the family like they did with Chase?). Lisa tells someone (Nick or Karen) that they won't be happy until they see Nick and Lisa's relationship die. She says, "I've always wanted to do this," and hits Karen. Everyone comes running to see what's up. Nick gets in the middle of it, which makes me think this is the slap Peter Krause told me about. Finally!
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