Ordering whatever's on tap at Jimmy's, Daniel leaves Lily a 'call me message'. Meanwhile, Lily (Genevieve, Neil, Kay and Jill) are stunned to hear that the charges against Collin have been dropped. It's true, Cane appears to confirm.
You - Neil - and a baby (that you don't even know is mine)! Malcolm doesn't take the news well - leaving Sofia to sob when he slams out.
Moping over video on her camcorder, Vikki opens the door to find Victor there. No words exchanged, she falls into Daddy's supportive arms.
Entering the trailer, Jack's got luggage, Billy the groceries. It wasn't supposed to work - an Abbott and a Newman - but it did (and Jack's sure things will work out). Billy loves his brother - but if it 'worked so well', why is he back at the trailer? The lowest part of my life, he adds (when Chloe pokes her head in).
Vikki's trying to be brave - for Reed (who's now in bed) - but she sure misses Lucy. Victor understands - she's your child. Vikki appreciates him seeing her that way. He's reminded of giving up Adam (per Hopes wishes). How about an appeal? No - Vikki just appreciates the time she had with Lucy (but must now let her go).
Delia in Billy's arms, Chloe needles him about his drinking. And when Jack whisks Delia away, the lecture continues (Billy smells like the dumpster behind Jimmy's). No problem - he can shower.
Back at G-worm, Collin and Cane explain that he got diplomatic immunity. No charges - no trial (just 'surveillance'). Grabbing Lily's hand, Neil's heard enough. Don't even LOOK at my daughter, he snarls at Cane. In parting, Lily informs Collin that the twins will never know he exists. Collin's not there to argue with Genevieve - he's there for Jill.
Kay steps forward to ask what makes Collin think Jill would give him a second look. Genevieve reminding that she's the only legal wife he has, Collin just wants 5 minutes with Jill. The clock's ticking, Jill and Collin step aside. Cane tells Kay that he's sticking around (as long as Collin's talking to Jill).
Taking a table, Collin claims that on top of all the BS he fed Jill - there was one truth - he loves her (and is staying in GC - because he wants her back).
Victor wants Vikki on his board of directors - to surround himself with people he trusts. You still trust me? After the lawsuit? Victor wants his family around him. Nikki would be ecstatic if they worked together again. Not sure she's 'ready', Vikki needs to mull it over. Billy? He's not here. She lost her baby AND her husband. Billy's gone?
As Billy chats with Delia, Jack tells Chloe it was a mistake bringing her. Every preschooler should know what a hangover is, Chloe quips. She then suggests they reschedule (as Daddy didn't get his nap today). Maybe tomorrow, Jack agrees. Without argument, Billy hands Delia to Chloe (and now alone with Jack, wastes no time pouring himself a drink).
Joining Daniel at Jimmy's, Lily jokes that she's been in a little place called 'Torture Town'. Not wanting to talk about Cane, Lily wants to discuss what's going on with Daniel (who asks her to lose 'real bad' at shuffleboard bowling).
At Lily's, Neil's there to relieve Sofia and Malcolm (from babysitting duty). Oh, what a crappy evening he's having. Sniffling, Sofia makes it even worse - Malcolm knows we 'made love'.
Sofia couldn't keep the secret. But why now, tonight? Sofia explains the possible risk (due to her and Neil's RH incompatibility). There could be problems. Neil finally gets it - are you saying this baby could be mine?
Back at G-worm, Kay scolds Cane; the lies - what he did to Lily - letting Jill marry that monster (instead of exposing Collin). He said he'd kill her, Cane explains. Jill loved you like a son - she watched you die, Kay blames HIM for Jill's devastation.
Collin claims Jill was the only bright spot in his life. Holding her - talking - her smile. He's an SOB, but not a stupid SOB. He'd be stupid to let Jill go. Yeah, well, Jill's NOT stupid (enough to buy more of Collin's lies). Time's up, Kay taps Collin on the shoulder. Jill extracts her hand - and reminding that last time they held hands, he ended up in an ambulance, she walks out. Looks like you've lost your touch, Genevieve sneers. The 'family reunion' indeed over, the Watkins' bicker over who should leave town. We live here now, whether you like it or not, Genevieve informs Cane.
How quickly Vikki got with Billy, is how quickly they 'fell apart'. Victor won't say 'I told you so' - but maybe it's time to end it. He never liked the marriage - Vikki doesn't belong with the destructive Billy (who's reverting to who he is; a typical Abbott).
After Billy rejects dining at G-worm, Jack finds a copy of 'Racing Journal'. Is Billy gambling again? No - it's idle curiosity. He's not 'tempting fate'. Hang in there, Jack's shuffled out with a hug. Now alone, Billy takes another drink - then leaves (racing journal in hand).
Lily kicks Daniel's ass at shuffleboard bowling. And now it's jukebox time. Daniel's fine - but worried about the Abbott's (and Lucy). And when he gripes about Phyllis, Lily points out that Lucy is safe and loved (with her).
On the CL's patio, Cane joins Chloe and Delia (who's sent in for napkins). Chloe then scolds 'Dead Man' - for all the lies he told.
Yes, Sofia lied about the conception date - and has been praying that Malcolm's the father (BECAUSE of what he and Neil went through with Lily). And now Malcolm's out there; hurt and angry. And with Neil in the nursery, Malcolm barges back in with one question; WHEN can they find out if the baby's his?
Back on the patio, Cane claims he was just saying hello to the adorable Delia. Yes, Chloe lied about her paternity. But - Cane outlied her (making everyone think he was dead; for pathetic, slimy reasons). And who pretends to be a ghost? Then, you had your sick father marry your Mom. All true, Cane admits - but having regrets won't change anything.
Now home, Kay and Jill update Ester that Collin received diplomatic immunity. No, Jill WON'T let Collin back in. She then opens a letter from the court (declaring her marriage null and void).
At G-worm for his take out, Jack looks over to see Genevieve seated with Collin (who's telling her that GC isn't big enough for both of them). Sure that Jill won't take him back, Genevieve's not going anywhere. Yes, he DID move on - as if his wife and kids didn't exist. She hopes that seeing her face (all over town) will remind Collin that he killed Samantha. At the bar, a puzzled Jack continues to watch with interest.
Arriving at Jimmy's, Billy exchanges a few words with Lily and Daniel. And after they leave, instructs the bartender to numb him up (with shots).
Genevieve WOULD leave GC (if she had the satisfaction of seeing Collin go to jail). He thinks she's glad he's free - so she can stalk him. Too bad - I'm just not that into you. Both standing, they tussle a bit. A teary eyed Genevieve then commands the rooms attention - to announce that Collin's a dangerous criminal. It's their responsibility to ensure that no more innocent people get hurt. Watch him! Call the police if you see anything suspicious. Collin tells the crowd 'this is clearly a disturbed person (who should be pitied)'. And as Collin leaves, Jack locks eyes with Genevieve - and raises his glass.
Coming out of the nursery, Neil's not given a chance to talk (as Malcolm lunges at him). Don't start, Neil implores. A firm hold on Neil's lapel, Malcolm points his finger angrily - one of us will end up in a box! He yanks his arm out of Sofia's grasp (as she whimpers apologies) - and slams out.
On the patio, Lily taunts Daniel (for losing at shuffleboard). Heading inside, her good mood evaporates, as she's face to face with Cane (who leaves wordlessly, tail between his legs).
As Jill reads the letter, Ester rambles on that the annulment's a gift from heaven. Are you alright? Kay shuts Ester up to ask. Yes - and Ester's right - it IS a gift. Jill's relieved. Heading over to Memorial, Kay sends Ester upstairs (so she can't rub salt in Jill's wounds). On the doorstep, Collin pauses (as Jill weeps over the rings she's taken off; it's over).
Thanked for coming over, Victor's sure everything will turn out OK - call if you need anything. Now alone, Vikki mopes over a framed wedding photo. Impulsively calling Billy, she pleads 'pick up'. Alas, his phone's at home (atop the Racing Journal; in which he's circled his picks).
At Jimmy's, Billy admires a blonde. Equally interested, she wastes no time joining him. Looking up at the TV, she asks 'what ya wanna bet he slides into home'? (which elicits a chuckle from Billy).
Next; Abby assures her producer, Kent - I guarantee my confession will go viral. It's all anyone'll be talking about tomorrow ... Inside the trailer, the blonde (from Jimmy's) 'had second thoughts about driving away' (which puts an ear to ear grin on Billy's face)... Victor announces to Diane - you have been served.
My Thoughts: Billy can't smell THAT bad (or the blonde has no sense of smell whatsoever) ... Isn't Lily going to be ever so impressed with her self righteous father (as will Devon). With Collin on the loose (his sole obsession stealing the twins), why is the carefree Lily out drinking with Daniel? Shouldn't she be home; ensuring the twins' safety? I'm surprised Neil let her out of his sight. Did anyone even bother to call Sofia and Malcolm with a heads up? .... How IS it possible that Collin got 'diplomatic immunity'? He's not a diplomat. Surveillance? What a waste of taxpayers money. But why isn't Kay throwing her weight around - calling her powerful connections? .... Genevieve's obviously a complete whack job - which is probably why Jack's so interested. At least she's actually ordering something at G-worm (while everyone else is just taking up space) ... So Billy's gonna revert to his drinking/gambling/promiscuous ways - OVER NIGHT? How .... Sofia thinks she and Neil 'made love'? That's a bit presumptuous don'tcha think? Perhaps the romp was nothing more than a booty call. If it was 'love', why didn't either of them show any interest in repeating it? ... Sofia SHOULD have called Neil (with a heads up, so to speak) the minute Malcolm stormed out .... Chloe's the last person to lecture ANYONE on telling lies (guess she's forgotten that Cane pretended Delia was his, because that's what he was lead to believe) ... There's just something very wrong (and hypocritical) about Sofia 'praying' that Malcolm's the father (instead of his brother). Doesn't God have more important (and less self serving) prayers to be answered? Perhaps Sofia should spend some time in the Confessional before having the nerve to ask God to save her butt ... Given how easy it is to escape from jail, shouldn't Vikki be a bit more cautious? She doesn't lock her front door - nor does she even pause to check the peep hole before yanking it open.