Warehouse hideout. Takeda approaches Ems to ask about her plans for the Graysons. Emanda has already severed ties with Nolcorp, closed all her bank accounts and set up several fronts that are doing business with the divested money. Her surveillance has already uncovered Conrad's infidelity with Lydia Davis. Ems isn't subtle about her frustration with Takeda that she was ready to spring into action against the Graysons before this mission diverted her. Takeda registers it, handing over a photo of a young girl named Colleen who was abducted from Seoul by Dmitri's operation. The plan is for Emanda to infiltrate the club again, isolate Dmitri and gain Takeda access to him. After that, Ems is free to continue her quest against the Graysons.
Grayson Manor. Marion plants a framed photo of herself and Victoria when they were younger onto a table among other photos that have business being there. Victoria walks up and sarcastically commends her mother on that being a nice touch, accusing this whole reunion of being a charade to ensnare her latest suitor, Ben Greevy. Marion insists that Ben loves her and that he simply wanted to meet the family. The doorbell rings. And just like always, I don't have my pants on when the doorbell rings. Marion warns her daughter that she better not disappoint her as she goes to greet her boyfriend.
FLASHBACK: Marion and Victoria sit at a dinner table with Mrs. Harper's suitor, Thomas, who is not shown (except for his left hand, which bears a wedding ring) and is being a creeper toward the teenage Victoria. He compliments her on her beauty, saying she must look how her mother did at that age. What -- 20, 25? Obliviously, Victoria corrects him, "15." Exasperated, Marion orders her daughter to pour coffee for Thomas and herself so they can take it into the living room. /FLASHBACK.
Marion brings Mr. Greevy over to Victoria for introductions. Naturally, it's awkward that Ben compliments Victoria on her appearance. Victoria decides to rub it in and gives Ben an extra long handshake and smile.