Frank enters a strip club as a sexy cop walks out onto the center stage. He settles into a seat facing the cop dancer and pulls out the photo he snapped of Emily Thorne's mug shot. We get a closer look at the dancer's face and it seems pretty close to the girl in the picture. We're about to get some answers, dammit!
Back at dinner, Ashley tries to break some of the tension by raising a toast to Emanda and Daniel who she thinks are the William and Kate of the Hamptons. What a weird compliment. Conrad jokes that the Prince wouldn't be caught dead working in a dive bar. Dec speaks up that it's not a dive bar and that even Emanda was just recently there to see Jack. Daniel is surprised by that asks what that's all about. Emanda says she was just there to thank Jack for fixing the swing and it was nothing. Dec isn't done speaking his mind. He adds that Jack put himself out there for Emanda for more than nothing. Dec excuses himself because he now sees the way people of his class are treated. Daniel excuses himself because he thinks he was just told his girlfriend is cheating. Charlotte goes after Dec, but not before thanking her mother for meddling, and Ashley decides to look for Tyler. Everyone has gotten up and left the table except for Mr. and Mrs. Grayson, who are left to just stare at each other. Shouldn't an anniversary dinner only involve the couple anyway?
Frank has set himself up for a lap dance from Stripper Cop. He interrupts to say he just wants to pay her to talk. We get the standard stripper/hooker joke about Frank being one of those. He asks to learn a little bit about Amanda Clarke, and the stripper acts like this isn't the first time someone's been around asking questions. He gives her a wad of cash and says, "Your name's not really Amanda Clarke, is it? It's Emily Thorne." Her eyes go wide.
Back at Grayson Manor, Emanda is trying to calm Daniel down about Jack. He brings up his promise to always be honest with Emanda. It's time for her to pull out all the stops or she might lose Daniel and a big part of her plan. She says in an uncharacteristically unconvincing way that she's scared because she thinks she's falling in love with him. Daniel's dumbfounded. He says he needs to go take a walk.
Upstairs, Victoria yells at Conrad for allowing their litany of lies to engulf their children as well. Conrad says he's not the one who has treated their marriage like an arrangement. He's taken notice over the years that Victoria has never once looked at him the way she used to look at David Clarke, and he should count himself lucky after what happened to him. Super duper burn. Queen Victoria has had enough. She screams for Conrad to get out.