Lone Star State of Mind
He is in another office having a panic attack when Cat comes in to calm him down. She thinks he didn't want to take the job, but he did, but doesn't know if he can do it. She says that people who believe they can have it all get it all. Make your own luck and whatnot.
Then he's back at the jewelry store to buy something else, says it's been a good week. Then we see the suitcase and the cheery folks at the airport, intercut with him looking at blueprints of Midland and calling Drew for approval to purchase a plot of land (for a million dollars) for their windfarm. He explains this to his father, saying that he'll actually own the land in Midland, so when the fancy lawyer pulls the deed he won't get in trouble. But John thinks this will leave a trail and is a huge mistake. Bob's plan is to basically steal back from his real job to pay back the Midland folks, but somehow make everyone money and make it all work. He turns around so we can see he's dressed in a tux and in Vegas, and he tells his father that he's doing this whole thing because he's in love. With whom? The fake wife or the fake girlfriend? John wants to know and so do I. The answer: both. Lindsay comes out of the bathroom in a wedding dress saying that it is bad luck to see her before the wedding, and he says that he makes his own luck. Then he grabs the new box from the jewelry store, the happy couple goes off and we're stuck looking at the full suitcase until next week.