After everything's over with, Jack spots Matt and comes over to greet him. They're so happy to see each other, but the smile fades off Matt's face when he sees Kenny and Nate. He asks Jack what they're doing there. When Jack explains how they've helped him out recently, it sets off alarms for Matt. He warns Jack to get out of the deal, telling him it's no accident they've come to his bar. He shouts an overly loud "Congrats, kid," to not arouse suspicion about their conversation before he walks off.
Back at Grayson Manor, Conrad's trying desperately to bring Salvador back on his side as he walks him to the front door, but that ship has sailed. When the front door shuts behind Salvador, Conrad's shoulders just slump. Victoria appears behind him and gets the bad news before starting in on Conrad. She accuses him of not giving a damn about Daniel, which throws Conrad for a loop. She hands over her phone so Conrad can see the video of him and Ashley. And this is why we love Victoria: "You have wormed your way in to the very nadir of repugnance." Wormed? Nadir? Repugnance? Yup. Supposedly this happened right after their divorce and before Daniel began seeing Ashley. In any case, Conrad fires back, "Oh, what are you suggesting -- that fidelity is one of your strong points?" I love the way these two love hating each other. Conrad deflects Victoria's onslaught because he has a theory. Only the Initiative could have the power and planning to unleash this video at such a perfect time to disrupt any sort of united front that could prevent Daniel from winning that vote. Victoria seems to find this perfectly logical. They agree to focus their powers on rescuing their son.
And now for the weirdest christening afterparty ever. At the Stowaway, everyone is listening to Charlotte give a speech/toast, for some reason. Not the parents, not the godparents, but the teenage aunt holds the attention of a bar. She manages to get some laughs at her family name's expense, then ends it sweetly by saying she can conversely recognize good parents as a result of her terrible upbringing. Ems gets a text from Aiden saying things are going down at Grayson Manor. She excuses herself, but not without being noticed by Amily, who follows her outside and accosts her for leaving without saying goodbye. Ams noticed the way Emanda looked at her and Jack in the church. She thinks Ems deserves to have what they have, but Emanda just shrugs off the notion. Amily persists. When will it be Emanda's time if she's always off getting back at someone? Ems doesn't have any answers; she just knows she has to right these wrongs. She ask Ams to say goodbye to Jack for her and leaves.