Back at the beach, David runs into Laurie again (see? GPS tracking system). Apparently in the past day or so, David has really motivated Jenny. He's been "motivating" her, all right. I just noticed that Laurie's right eye is noticeably larger than her left. David thinks that the two of them have a lot in common, but Laurie sets him straight: "Our relationship is about business and nothing else." That's fine with him, he's busy "motivating" Jenny. Ouch!!
Cut to WGE. The papers are placed in front of Peter but unlike most businessmen, he brags, he's actually going to read it first. I guess like most businessmen, he doesn't have a crew of lawyers to check it out first. Chandler shows up to rub salt in Peter's wounds and to make sure that their father's orders are carried out. The papers are signed and just like that, Heather owns Dress2K. If I haven't already mentioned it, nobody has said one word about what this hundred-million company does in the first place. With a vague and stupid name like "Dress2K," we can't even guess what it is or what it does. ["Crap-ass companies have gotten start-up capital with less. Sad, that." -- Wing Chun] Samantha runs into Gwen in the hall and apologizes for not being able to talk Chandler into changing his mind. Gwen reminds her that emotions are a powerful thing. Still quoting from the trilogy, I see. Peter is very upset and confronts Gwen as to why her help never came. Ma Williams takes her son to task over his immaturity and warns him to "lose with dignity and a modicum of grace." You know what? That was a pretty good line. Bravo, Titans writers! You were bound to hit the side of the barn sooner or later.