One person who does have a problem is Vincent, as he has yet to be asked to cater the reception. I wouldn't want him to cater my reception, either. He makes coffee and breakfast and burgers and, occasionally, Namibian delicacies. That's a far cry from the stuffed shrimp, prime rib, and a random chicken dish you see at most weddings. But his pathetic whining gets him a request from Stark to cater the event, and Vincent pretends to be reluctant to accept it. He'll be legitimately reluctant when he finds out that he doesn't actually get paid for the service. Carter is thrilled when Jo gets a call about a possible break-in and practically runs out of the restaurant to take it.
They run into Carol Taylor on their way. I know she's been in at least one other episode before this, but I haven't seen it, so I can't say whether or not it's good to see her again. Sorry! Anyway, she's got a robot dog named Fifi, who has won Eureka's annual robot dog show two years in a row and is going for the threepeat. Carol also has an ill-advised cowboy hat and a cheesy dog brooch. Oh, but here comes Anne Young with her dog, a contender for Fifi's title. Dr. Young has also been on this show before and I haven't seen her episode, either. I should have done some catching up, but I was too busy catching something else: Olympic fever! I just had to watch every minute of my favorite events: badminton, track cycling, and the one where the horse jumps over stuff. The intensity! The passion! I just couldn't tear myself away. Anyway, Carol and Anne face-off and trade barbs about each other's dogs. That comes to a swift conclusion when sparks start flying out of Fifi and her head blows off. Anne isn't very sympathetic, causing Carol to accuse her of sabotaging Fifi. These kinds of things happen at Westminster all the time.
Eve stops by Henry's garage for Part 2 of her Evil Plan. Henry basically hands her an opportunity to set it in motion when he says he's been trying to think of a way to thank her for getting him out of jail. Why, it just so happens that she has an idea, which I'm thinking is why she freed him in the first place.