After the ads, we see Wendy and Nico heading home on the corporate jet. They're not speaking to each other, and they're sitting in separate parts of the plane -- as they always should have been, honestly. They have an entire jet to themselves. No need to decide who gets the window seat.
While Victory dresses for her night out with Joe, she shares her concerns about Diego the mysterious. What if he's laundering money through her business? Oh, no, this isn't going to turn out to be a "financial impropriety" plotline, is it? Those are totally the worst episodes of Law & Order. Joe advises Victory to drop the conspiracy theories. Then he distracts her by bringing her to the big, unused room she had admired the previous day. Now it has no furniture in it except a grand piano and a bunch of candles. "Ellen mentioned you saying something about a dance floor," says Joe. "I hope it's all right that it's just us." Oh, it's so much more romantic this way, just the two of them -- plus the pianist and lounge singer that Joe hired to perform "You're Getting To Be a Habit With Me." Remember when Victory complained about Joe's "greatest hits" approach to life? She got over that quick, didn't she?