Conrad comes home to find Lydia sitting on the couch on the verge of tears. She says she came home to find Victoria on a rampage, tearing up the de Kooning. Lydia goes as far as to claim she tried to stop Lydia, but Conrad has already seen the evidence is missing and he's no longer listening. Victoria left a little card where the evidence stash had been. "Once a fraud, always a fraud. -- Victoria" Conrad leaves Lydia without saying a word.
Emanda arrives home while on the phone with Nolan. She's livid that he betrayed her plan. He figures he did her a favor since now she can gather info on WHM. Their bickering stops when Ems sees Sammy on her porch. He's lying on his side, weak and whimpering. Emanda hangs up with Nolan and dials Jack. He gets the call while he's driving around in his truck. Emanda tells him that Sammy is there. "I can't believe I didn't think to look there," Jack laments. Yeah, for real. Emanda: "Jack, I think you better hurry." She hangs up and goes back to consoling her puppy.
Night at Grayson Manor. It's family therapy time. Conrad enters late in the middle of a game of "I like, but I need." He hops right in, asserting his pride in Daniel assuming his mantel and Charlotte approaching her drug problem head-on. Conrad turns his attention to Victoria and pays her backhanded compliments about liking her sense of self-preservation and the way she challenged him throughout their marriage. What he needs is what she's stolen from him. Victoria smugly responds that she likes that Conrad suspects her, but she needs him to know that Lydia probably betrayed him as well. Charlotte's had enough. She decides her family's all hopeless and the only way out is to leave. Naturally, Victoria blames Conrad's display for Charlotte's setback.
And now let's cry together, guys. Ems and Jack sit alongside Sammy by the fireplace at Casa Emily. They both have wet eyes. It's exactly where Sammy wants to be, Ems notes. He's home. Jack says every day has been a gift and he was starting to think Sammy would live forever. He breaks down, not knowing if he has it in him to say goodbye to his best friend. Jack: "Sammy, thank you for being such a good friend, such a good listener. And thank you for making me smile every day, even on the worst of them. Thank you for teaching me about loyalty and friendship... Thank you for teaching me how to love." Jack clutches his dog and buries his face into him. "Oh, Sammy, thank you, thank you, thank you." Guys, I have about fifty things in my eye right now. Emanda looks on vicariously as her soulmate comforts her dog she never actually got to own. FLASHBACK: Little Amanda, Jack and David all play with Sammy on the beach. /FLASHBACK. Emanda takes Jack's hand in hers as the life leaves Sammy.