Back at Gwen's mansion, she's running way late for her lunch with Laurie. The doorbell rings. Two agents from Child Services are at the door; one is from highway, the other from LA County. The woman from Ohio shows her license, her I.D., and her authorization. Confused? So is Gwen. They're here to deliver the boy. You know, the son of her late sister? Didn't Gwen receive the letter? Aw shoot, the department said they contacted her. I guess they don't have phones in Ohio. His Europe-bound father has abandoned the boy, so if you just sign these pre-approved papers then he's all yours. The youngster bears an eerie likeness to Leonardo DiCaprio, so from now on he'll be known as "Leo" even though his name real name is Ethan. The kid's got to be at least sixteen, but Gwen repeats everything the agent just said in a baby voice so Leo understands what's happening. I guess he didn't pick up any clues from the flight from Ohio. Gwen signs the papers, and just like that, Leo's an honorary Williams. It's harder to have a UPS package change hands. We're given an insight as to how nice Leo really is, because he let the Ohio lady win a game of hearts on the plane. How sweet. As the two agents leave, one asks the other why she didn't inform Gwen about Leo's rap sheet, the vandalism, and his anger issues. She only allows one surprise per day, as if this were a favor she's doing Gwen. How professional. Thanks, bitch!
Everyone's back at the mansion for the four o'clock reaming by dad. Richard will not tolerate another power grab. Peter's writers have taken a break. I'm surprised that he's still not ranting and raving about that towel. "She's got about as much business sense as an iguana." I stand corrected. He's adamant that what he's doing is in the company's best interest, and that he's simply trying to keep the company afloat. He's got three other offers that he's considering. Ah, but Dad's lawyers have been snooping around. Company #1 requires a $5 million buy-in, Company #2 launders money for the Mafia, and Company #3 is going bankrupt. Furthermore, Peter solicited all those offers himself. If Peter wants to quit, then he's certainly welcome to do so. You better watch out, Dad, because someday he might just do that! Now that Peter's out of the way, Richard turns his attention to Chandler. Why didn't he squeal on his brother last week? Chandler obviously has been tainted by military service. The business world is about cunning, scheming, and who's ever left standing at the end of the day has the power. Isn't this a family business? Chandler promises that he won't be the weak link any longer. We can all count on him.