Anyway, Danielle asks sulkily if Patty loved Tony more than she loves Graham. "Danielle," Angela snaps, saying it's a stupid question, but Patty puts an arm around Danielle and says it's okay. Danielle says that "that kind of thing gives [her] nightmares," and when Patty asks what she means, Danielle says, "That you and Daddy could get divorced." Angela protests too much that Patty's only seeing Tony for an hour "to talk about restaurants," but Patty says gently, "Angela." Angela comments bitterly that you can still have feelings for someone "even if they're not the person anymore," then falls silent; Patty hugs Danielle and tells her that "Tony Poul is someone that I knew looong, long ago." "'Long long ago,'" Angela repeats teasingly. "Like a fairy tale." Patty frowns but doesn't respond, adding that "he's not who I chose to make my life with. I chose your dad." The way she puts that gives me a twinge every time I watch this scene; it's as though, on some level, Patty feels like she did Graham a favor by choosing him, even though Graham is apparently in the process of choosing Hallie. Anyway, Angela asks if Patty loved Tony Poul; Patty isn't sure. In a faraway tone, she says "it was crazy," that they "really did some crazy and wild things back then." Angela gives her a look; Patty protests, "I did!" before adding quietly, "It's always tempting to lose yourself with someone who's maybe lost themselves. But eventually you want reality." Angela ponders that. Danielle whatever. Enter Graham, at which point Angela shoots Patty a conspiratorial look.
Later, in the bathroom, Patty tells Graham that she called Tony Poul, he did own a restaurant, now he has a Jeep dealership in Harrisburg, blah bling blee -- long story short, she invited TP over on Friday night, and she's fishing to see if it bothers Graham. It doesn't. Furthermore, he's got other plans Friday -- he has to cook for the investors. "Oh," Patty says, disappointed. God, give it up, Patty.