The Stowaway. Amily has Sammy jumping around to get a piece of driftwood she's holding high, giving the appearance Sammy is regaining his memory of her. Jack takes notice. And you know what else? Huh? Huh? Amily excitedly tells Jack she's remembered they used to collect sea glass together, too. He remembers it like it was yesterday that they used to bury jars of it together. They share a kiss. Guh. Sappiness is bad enough when it comes from a genuine place.
Grayson Manor. Victoria has invited Ryan Huntley over for tea to discuss him taking on her divorce case. They talk briefly about Michael Davis moving on from Lydia and being engaged to someone else. About Lydia's attempt at suicide, Victoria only has to say that she reaped what she sowed. Ryan lays out the complete terms Victoria must abide by if she is to retain him for her case. No contact with Conrad at all, complete financial transparency, and she needs to be willing to do whatever is necessary to win -- meaning she might have a significant amount of Conrad's blood on her hands. That's perfectly fine with Queen Victoria.
Charlotte finds Dec upstairs at the Stowaway. She's excited about their meeting with the apartment people, but he tells her he canceled it because he needs to finish school so he can be the guy she deserves. Charlotte offers for Dec to keep the bribery check Victoria gave him, but he gives it back because it's also not his style.
Conrad summons Tyler to his office to fire him for getting Nolan to invest through "less-than-honorable" methods. Tyler doesn't understand what the problem is since he closed a deal worth $20 million. The company's worth 200 times that, and as a result, they try to avoid scandal at all costs. Conrad isn't interested in a deal begot through blackmail. Tyler still isn't sure what Conrad has on him, so Conrad comes out with the fact he's aware of the sex tape with Tyler and Nolan. Conrad repeats again that Tyler is fired. A moment passes as Tyler tries to compose himself before he asks, "Am I?" Conrad sits in silence and awaits what this crazy kid is getting at. "At least when I do business, people don't die," Tyler follows up. He threatens that if Conrad tries to fire him, he will make sure everyone finds out the Graysons were really responsible for the deaths of the passengers of Flight 197. He leans in to Conrad and adds, "I'd think very carefully about the next words that come out of your mouth, Mr. Grayson."