Sam pulls up in front of Naomi's with Maya, and tells her to get out of the car, go in the house, apologize to Naomi, and mean it. Because if Maya screws up again, Naomi will kill her, and this time he'll help her hide the body. [How many times are your parents allowed to threaten to kill you before CPS gets involved? - Z] She heads inside, going past her mother on the way. Naomi comes out to the car, and Sam says, "I love her, but man." Naomi says she knows and asks what they're going to do if Maya keeps this up. Sam says they have to stay tough, stay together... on this. Or, you know, just stay together.
The Captain shows up at Addison's, where she's several wines into getting her drunk on, it seems. She tells him she's tolerated them all, but this is different. The Captain says she's a consenting adult, but Addison says, "No, she is not. In addition to being my friend and colleague, Violet is damaged." The Captain says he understands that's how she sees her, but Violet doesn't feel taken advantage of. Addison says that's true, Violet called him a gentleman. She says that's worse than years of covering for him and watching Archer follow in his footsteps because hearing it made her wonder, "Daddy, why is that you can be so good to every woman in the world except Bizzy and me? Especially when we're the ones that love you the most." She gets up and goes inside. The Captain makes a call and says, "Bizzy. Hi. Listen, if you don't come out here and tell her the truth, I will."
And ... the two-hour event continues in the next recap.
DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, isn't sure you can tell someone's a "gentleman" by sleeping with him the day you met. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.