In the aftermath of Patricia's speech, Conrad gives a statement to reporters. He assures them that he will pool his resources to see that Judge Barnes' injustices are avenged. It all sounds very good, but you know there's really no substance behind it. Maybe he does have a future in politics.
Driving home or into a tree or whatever, Daniel takes a phone call and it's Helen. She mentions his parents being a part of national news yet again, but this time, Daniel points out, it's something positive for them. What Helen's really calling about is to get a progress report about Daniel's findings within Grayson Global's system. He reports nothing was found, but in actuality his turning to Nolan was what Helen really wanted. Nolan would have left behind digital breadcrumbs that can be traced back to a big, lucrative secret at Nolcorp she expects Daniel to uncover.
Declan sits alone in the Stowaway, knowing his brother just took the fall for his boneheaded idea. Kenny comes in to ask if Charlotte made it home all right, then takes a seat across from Dec. There's no more games to be played between these two guys. Declan wants Kenny to admit he knows those drugs didn't belong to the Porters. Kenny can only offer up what sounds like a sincere apology for what happened. Nate enters at that moment, kind of solidifying the notion that Nate's the bad brains behind this operation and Kenny might actually have a conscience. "Whoever called the cops today made a big mistake. I just hope they come to their senses or things might get worse around here. A lot worse," Nate booms. Kenny just gives Declan a helpless look before walking out with his brother.