In the car on the way to the train station, Dina-saur gives Nina sage. She gives an all-too-short synopsis of a tragic love story between her and a boyfriend that died in a car accident. Shortly thereafter -- or so this version of the story goes -- she met and married Michael Sr. The story is actually pretty irrelevant to Nina and Michael Jr.'s current predicament, but it gives an interesting insight into one of the many reasons why Dina-saur is a big ol' mess.
The episode reaches its denouement as scenes of Michael at his home are intercut with ones of Nina heading to hers. Dina-saur pours salt on Michael's wounds by echoing that Nina doesn't understand the family. She really lays it on thick, crying as she says that he's everything to them and that "If somebody doesn't know where you're from, they're never gonna get it." Michael concludes this is something he and Nina will have to work out over time.
Next time on one of the worst shows I have ever watched (including but not limited to The Littlest Groom): Ali heads to Vegas to record, and -- our only consolation -- that hot ho Nana is coming along whether she likes it or not. Also, Michael continues to mourn the slow death of his relationship with Nina, and sweet, stupid Cody tries to play matchmaker and fix it all.