Cut to Phil's, where Jake, Lily, and Judy are trying to work together. It's going about as well as it did last time. When Jake mentions that he called his contractor, Lily cuts him off to protest that Judy already called Will Gluck. Judy starts to say that she did in fact call Will, but Jake condescends that it's "not some little back porch" they're working on. Hey, step off the Gluck-bashing, pal. Lily jumps to Judy's defense, and Judy meekly tries to break up the spat. Lily and Jake keep escalating their voices and their blood pressure while Judy looks incredulously from one to the other until she finally yells, "Hey! Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey!" Jake actually flinches. Judy sarcastically offers to run out and get them coffee. "Oh, but that doesn't make sense, since I'm the one with the money. So why don't you [pointing at Lily] just shut up, and you [pointing at Jake] just get out." There's a stunned silence. "You want me to get out of here?" Jake finally says, incredulous. He pushes up from the table, but Lily holds out her arm and says that Judy doesn't mean it. "What? Yes I do!" Judy bristles. Jake makes it clear that if he leaves, he's not coming back. Judy's fine with that. Lily just sits and glares at Judy, agape. Once Jake leaves, she hisses, "What the hell was that all about?" Judy gathers her things and says that she doesn't want to talk about it right now. Lily snarks, "And to speak to me that way? I don't speak that way to you." She stands up and stalks out, leaving the boss lady to think about what she's done.
Cut to Eli in the kitchen at Manning Manor. This time, he's making a sandwich. He must cost a fortune to keep. Jessie's at the table, flipping through the name book. He offers her half the sandwich.
Soliloquy Jessie fondly reads that Eli "means 'the highest.'" Heh. She shoots the camera a knowing look and says, "I should tell him that." Dude, I think he knows.