In the kitchen, Claudia asks Julia what she's still doing there, because she thought it was settled that Julia was going to Vegas. Julia's looking through the mail and wondering why she should go. Claudia tells her it will be better once she talks to Justin. Julia wonders what she's supposed to say to him, since she doesn't even know if he wants her there. Claudia says, "Julia, you know. Tell him not to get married." Julia wonders what her argument is, and Claudia reminds her what she was saying before about him getting rushed into this. Julia points out that she told him that the last time she saw him and it didn't help. The only other solution is to tell him he should be with someone else, like her. Claudia says, "Should he?" Julia doesn't know because they haven't been together for four years. Claudia just repeats, "Should he?" Julia realizes she has to go, but her car won't make it and she's too poor to fly. Apparently, she's spent all her money on computers and clothes. Claudia suggests she take Todd's car. The hell? Where did that come from? Oh yeah, it's a convenient writers' construct to get Claudia and Todd together in Vegas. Todd comes in and is all, "What?" and Claudia gives him the hand and says they're having a private conversation. Todd says, "About my car?" Claudia tells him to let Julia borrow it, but Todd is worried about his insurance saying no one can drive it but him. Claudia decides that she and Todd should drive Julia to Vegas because it's "fun and impulsive" and just what they need. Did this seem out of the blue to anyone else? Yeah, me too.
Charlie and Joe are at the restaurant. Charlie is on the phone with someone at the factory, telling her to stall a salesman for him. Joe points out that it's tough to do two jobs, and Charlie says it would be easier if the accountant would get there. Joe says it's like the old days with the two of them running things. Charlie stares at his laptop and says, "Yeah" without any enthusiasm. I would point out the expense of the laptop, but I'm assuming it's a business write-off. The phone rings and Joe answers it. After hanging up, he tells Charlie that the accountant is going to be an hour. Charlie complains that he has "two meetings at the factory" and he's supposed to pick up Owen. Owen? Who's that? Joe asks if he wants to reschedule, but Charlie says he can't because of "the quarterly taxes." Joe tells him to "leave the computer" and let him meet with the accountant because "it's not like [he hasn't] done it a hundred times." Charlie doesn't take Joe up on his offer, and instead calls Victor about Owen. Joe looks disappointed.