Love Nest. Jonah sits at his computer looking up wedding chapels online. Ella shows up behind him and surrenders with a gesture of tossing him a white Ungaro because she doesn't have a white flag. She asks how long Jonah's going to hate her. Jonah's sorry he's inconvenienced her. Ella admits Jonah makes her feel like she doesn't have to be the unflappable bitch we all know and love when she's around him. We know, Ella, that's what we're worried about if you were to ever get your wish and end up with him. Jonah's not hearing Ella's underlying message here and instead opts to be a sarcastic douche. "I'm so happy I can help boost your self-esteem." Ass. Ella has to resort to business to get her man back. She will be working the press tour for producer Curtis Heller's new movie and figures she can get Jonah some time to try and pitch his movie. Jonah seems excited about this prospect so Ella grabs his phone and self-accepts an invitation for Loopt -- a GPS app -- so he'll know exactly where Ella and Curtis are later when she needs Jonah to swoop in with his pitch. Jonah makes it clear to Ella this all needs to happen before 4 o'clock. What could be more important than following through on your dream, Jonah? Why, stomping on your dream of love, Ella. Jonah tells her he and Riley are eloping. Ella tries to hide the shock with a smile and stumbles over some well-wishes. They hug. "I'm really happy for you. Just promise me one thing. You have to get married by Elvis." Ella walks out quickly.
Prison. Michael talks to Vanessa behind glass. This is all rather confusing because Vanessa insists on conversing with Michael by pretty much ignoring his accusations and asserting her own in a way that pretty much ignores Michael's half of the conversation. Michael commends Vanessa on how good an actress she apparently is. I can't do the same. Based on what we know, we can assume Michael must be the one telling the truth here. He says he saw Vanessa running from Sydney's apartment the night of her murder and saw the bloody necklace on the ground. He stashed it in hopes of protecting his family. It would be terribly traumatic for Noah to have his mother taken away. I guess? I think it would be more traumatic to live with a psychopathic murderer. Vanessa wants a divorce from Michael. "You don't just need a lawyer. You need a psychiatrist. Goodbye Michael." That's a terrible exit, Vanessa. Would you like to try that again?
Auggie cooks alone at home. There's a knock at the door. Riley timidly enters. "Thought this apartment was a Riley-free zone," Auggie calls to her. Riley wants to apologize for that whole "calling the police and getting you arrested for murder" thing. Apology accepted. Auggie invites Riley for a run later in the day and now it's her turn to admit to her admirer that she's eloping. Auggie's reaction is more devil's advocate than Ella's was. He asks her if she's sure about this since it seemed the last time they spoke that Riley hadn't made up her mind on this whole engagement thing. Riles gets pissed that Auggie is trying to make her think (the bastard) and can't just be happy for her. She storms out.