Nick's walking through the lobby of the office building, where he passes by Hot Nanny pleading with a security guard to help her change a flat tire on her car just up the street. And since this show has taken great pains to establish what a knockout the nanny is, it's kind of weird that they make the guard totally immune to her charms. Fortunately, Nick's all too happy to help, and when she complains that her auto club card ran out just two weeks, he explains that as a public service he provides roadside assistance to "all stunningly beautiful auto club members." Hot Nanny's a sucker for flattery, I guess, for off she goes with Nick.
Jerrold and Kate are going over the case, with Kate preparing the groundwork for the divvying up of assets, but Jerrold stops her, since he's got a new theory that would justify the adultery, and keep the pre-nup valid: Entrapment. After all, Mrs. Donovan was the one who hired Hot Nanny. Kate says that ain't gonna fly. "Say what you will, I think Mrs. Donovan asked for it," says Jerrold, and nothing wins you fans like suggesting that a woman "asked for" the shabby treatment she got. He wonders what woman in her right mind would ever hire a hot nanny, who's there all day doing nothing but serving the family's needs and looking great doing it. Claire, not working or anything, just sitting in the break room reading the newspaper, chimes in with, "She's the ultimate fantasy wife," which Jerrold jumps on, and asks how any man could be expected to resist. Kate manages not to kick him in the crotch, and says she'll get the trial binder together.
Flat tire successfully fixed, Nick and Hot Nanny are getting plastered on martinis in a bar right next to the office. Hot Nanny's toasting her "knight in shining business suit" when Kate walks by and spots the two of them in there together. Absolutely indignant, she dials Nick's cell phone and stomps out of sight. When he picks up, she doesn't even say hello, just "Put that drink down and listen close. You are so out of line!" Maintaining his smoothness in the face of Kate's indignant onslaught, he just asks where she's calling from. She tells him to leave the bar and go to his left, and hangs up. He tells Hot Nanny he's going to the bathroom, but when she isn't looking, he scurries outside to find Kate. "You're spying on me?" he says, and she tells him she just happened to be passing by and saw him tossing back cocktails -- "during work hours, I might add" -- with the Hot Nanny. Nick's confused, so Kate tells him all about the Donovan divorce. Nick thinks about it for a moment, then says, "Not my case." Heh. So Kate points out that Mr. Donovan (the "Mini-Mart king of the valley," don't forget) might not look too kindly on the fact that a lawyer from his firm is getting cozy with the woman costing him half his stuff (point of order: doesn't Mr. Donovan take some of the blame for losing half his stuff?). Nick's response? "Have you seen her?" Kate's exasperated, but Nick doesn't think there's a problem, since Hot Nanny doesn't know him; to her, he's just the "manly man" (Kate rolls her eyes) who helped her change a flat tire. "As for you? You never saw me," says Nick, and he hustles back into the bar. Kate actually throws her hands up in the air and says, "Oh my god!" as she walks away.