At Casa Emily, Emanda's on the phone with Nolan. She lets him in on the news she got from Ashley last night that Frank has been fired. She's pleased that now she only has to deal with Tyler. They hang up and Emanda's headed out the door when she runs into Daniel. Emanda says she was just on her way to go apologize to Tyler for last night, but Daniel thinks it's not necessary, and actually Tyler just doesn't know when to shut up. So, Daniel's decidedly not upset with Emanda for being a bitch to his best friend. She must have really broken him off in the sack. Speaking of sack, Emanda pulls Daniel into the house and promises that being late to work will totally be worth it.
Frank enters the lobby of an apartment building and goes straight up to the front desk to talk with the security guard on duty. He pulls out at wad of bills and tries to bribe his way up to Lydia's apartment, but the guard says the police have blocked it off for investigation and no one can go up there. Frank notices a surveillance camera in the lobby and asks what the building's surveillance system is like. There are cameras in every hallway. Frank offers the money in exchange for getting to take a look at their surveillance footage.
Remember that romantic lobster dinner Declan was planning for Charlotte? Well, of course Dec's let us all down. He's actually selling the lobsters he caught at the docks to try and raise money for that fancy restaurant. Don't worry; we'll find the right teenage guy someday.
Emanda made good on her promise to make Dan late for work. He gets to the Stowaway and goes up to an angry Jack to apologize. Jack's still giving Daniel an out and doing the whole, "If you're not serious, I can find someone who is," thing, but Daniel says he simply got caught up in personal business. Jack sees lipstick on Daniel's neck. Uh huh. Personal business. Jack ignores it and introduces Dan to Bartender Bull, who'll be showing him the ropes. Outside, Declan is accosted by two grimy fishermen who claim he poached their lobsters. They're about to beat him up when Jack comes rushing over there with a baseball bat. Shades of Carl Porter. Jack makes Dec give them the money he made and they're still angry because he sold the lobsters for only half of what they would've made with that harvest. They're ready to brawl, but Daniel comes outside and offers to pay the men the difference plus a little more for their trouble. What have we learned here? The solution to all of life's problems is money. Jack takes Dec inside to lecture him about knowing better than to mess with guys like that. Dec says at least he's trying to fight for his girl, unlike Jack. They look over at Daniel across the bar and Dec tells his brother he's twice the man Dan is. Jack has had enough of his squirrely little brother talking trash. He calls out to Bartender Bull to ask if he thinks he and Dan can handle the bar tonight. Jack and Dec have a party to go to.