Nola approaches Patrick at his office. He says he can't chat because he's assembling his team. She mocks his potential chiefs of staff for being old and clearly Tripp's picks. She says she's not here about her current case, Dutch's mother, but about the house fire. She brings up Chase and says he's kind of run off. Patrick says he doesn't know where Chase is, but suggests Nola follow his example and run off herself.
Brian and Brian Jr. are playing Wii boxing, and just like always, Brian's unrelenting and callous and awesome. It is so cute. A lesser kid than Brian Jr. would be so insecure about having a father like this. A housekeeper comes and warns them Andrea's back, so they stash the Wii and get Brian Jr. in bed just in time. She comes in all suspicious, but then notices Brian Jr.'s sweaty, and instantly is upset that Brian's not taking better care of her sick son. Brian gets a call from the doctor, who wants them to go to his office, but that he doesn't want Brian Jr. to come. Shot of Brian Jr. looking legitimately sick and/or extremely sad.
Jeremy pulls up in front of the Darling mansion on a motorcycle, where's he's greeted by Nick. Nick threatens him for not staying away from Lisa, and then uses Jeremy's fear as a way to get Jeremy to admit he's been having an affair with Nola. Jeremy acts like he doesn't know who Nola is, but Nick starts screaming that he's going to kick Jeremy's ass if he won't own up to this, and that Letitia could go to jail for the rest of her life if he doesn't come forward. Would threatening to kick someone's ass be considered witness tampering, I wonder? Jeremy admits he's having a thing with Nola. Nick tells him he's going to have to swear to it in court, and Jeremy says he will.
Back in the judge's chambers, Nick is presenting the judge with an affidavit from Jeremy testifying to his kinky relationship with Nola. Nola tries to speak, but the judge silences her. The judge says the affidavit reads like something out of Penthouse Forum -- and then corrects herself that she doesn't know this personally, but imagines this is how it would read. The judge asks Nola if this is true, and Nola ends up admitting it. The judge is forced to drop the case. Nola's indignant about justice and how easy it is for Letitia to get away with murder, etc. The judge points out the self-righteousness should stop, since Nola's the one who's been having an affair. Nick leaves, but the judge tells Nola the two of them aren't done.