Lauren examines David's x-rays. Don't forget Lauren actually knows what she's doing when it comes to medicine. She can tell from his injuries that he's lying about what happened. David would have no skin right now if he slid off his motorcycle. He does however have a fractured rib. Also, she did see him at the party and knows he's at least lying about where he was. Lauren asks for the truth. David gives sparse details. His story is just that he got into a fight with some guy in a bad situation. That's a thorough explanation to a close friend right there. He turns the conversation back on Lauren, saying he can't lead a perfect, wholesome life like Lauren. Lauren thinks on that and smiles at her whorishness. She excuses herself to take a phone call.
The call is from Wendi. Lauren tries to explain what happened on the boat, but Wendi thinks Lauren just quit and looked for the easy way out of the situation. Still, Wendi believes her. Otherwise, she would've already fired her. She's going to give Lauren another chance, but she warns her that she never forgets a debt.
Michael comes home from work and is greeted by his wife at the door. They talk again about their search for a nanny, but now Vanessa is excited that she is in the process of interviewing someone. Surprise, surprise when Michael looks over to see Violet playing with his son. She smiles sheepishly at him. Michael takes her outside immediately to find out what the hell she's doing. Violet's whole demeanor changes to manipulative bitterness. Michael's lost until she reveals she's Sydney's daughter. He just wants to know what she wants from him since he's sure she can't be his daughter. Violet pulls out her cell phone and plays the video she shot of them making out in his car for him to see. "You hurt my mother. She was trying to get better but you wouldn't let her. And now, you're going to pay." Violet continues to hold the phone up to Michael as she lets a big grin spread across her face. Blackmail: there's an app for that.