Poor Porter Bar. It's still late morning or early afternoon and the bar's empty when Amily walks in looking for Jack. Sammy comes out from the back and starts barking angrily at her, which alerts Jack that Amily's there. He chalks up Sammy's lack of recognition for his original owner to senility. Sammy's like, "I know a stripper when I smell one. They reek of berry liquors and Red Bull." Jack has a tray full of blueberry pancakes for Amily he was planning on taking down to the boat for her. He asks if she still likes blueberry pancakes, expecting her to get excited about his good memory, but she shows no sign of recognition. Well, if she can't remember that, maybe she'll remember the day they first met on the beach. Nope. Amily offers up a lame excuse about not really liking going down memory lane after her troubled childhood. She changes the subject to wanting to go clothes shopping since she's decided to stay in the Hamptons for a while. Jack can't go with her because he needs to open the bar. Amily takes this opportunity to thank Jack for being so nice to her.
Fortress of Solitude. Nolan has summoned Emanda so they can recap what's been going on with Tyler (hi people who can't remember what happened two weeks ago). He shows her his office surveillance video of Tyler doing a search on Nolan's computer for information on David Clarke, which is completely unnecessary since he just ends up showing Emanda his Internet history anyway. Also: Tyler, you can't use Google at the library, buddy? Emanda wants Nolan to pull his funds from his deal with Tyler right now. Nolan, not wanting to mess up his sex racket, suggests that's not a good idea, but Emanda points out Tyler will likely respond by blackmailing Conrad with Lydia's speech. There's still some hesitance from Nolan, so Emanda pointedly asks if she's right in suspecting there's some reason Nolan's not ready to attack Tyler. Nolan responds by saying he'll call his business manager later today to pull funds. That's not good enough for Emanda. She grabs Nolan's phone from his desk and hands it to him so he can call right now. He dials and walks out of the room. When he's completely gone, Emanda sits at his desk and pulls out the whale figurine camera from the drawer. She plugs it into Nolan's computer and pulls up the video he recorded of his unflattering night with Tyler. The vengeful wheels start turning in Emanda's head.