There is a knock at Denise's door. She opens it and there is a man standing there with a box in his arms. He asks her to sign a paper. She asks him what it is for? He tells her to sign the paper. She signs it and he gives her the box. She takes the box inside and finds a letter inside the box. The letter says that the box holds the personal affects of Andrew Dixon. She reaches inside the box and pulls out Andy's duffel bag. She starts to go through the bag and finds that Andy has purchased a toy for Hope. She decides to call Kim and then remembers that Kim is in Washington DC She calls John. He is in his office, but does not pick up the phone. She leaves a message for him that she has received Andy's belongings from Russia. She goes back to the duffel bag and finds a letter that Andy had been writing to her and Hope. She starts to read it and then decides that she can't do it alone. She calls Ben and asks him to come over and be with her. He says that he can't because it will cause too much friction for the Hughes family. She begs him but he still won't come over. He tells her that she can call him when she is feeling lonely and they can talk on the phone. After they hang up, Ben runs into Isaac and after Isaac heckles him about Denise, Ben takes off and goes to her house. He isn't there long and Denise gives him the letter to read that Andy had been writing. There is a knock at the door and John is on the other side saying that he got her message and came to see her. Denise makes Ben go to the kitchen while John is there. Ben goes reluctantly. Denise lets John in and she shows him the duffel bag and the toy that Andy had purchased for Hope. She gives him the letter to read, but John is choked up and can't read it. He asks Denise to read it for him. Denise reads a few excerpts to John where Andy is talking about his father and how he has become a stronger person and a better father because of his dad. John gets really choked up and he tells Denise that he knows why Andy married her. He tells her that she is a sensitive person and a loving person. He thanks her for calling him and telling him about the letter and the duffel bag. Ben is listening in the kitchen. John leaves and Ben comes out and says that he is going to leave. He shouldn't be there. Denise asks him to stay, but he leaves to go back to the hospital.
At WOAK, Katie is ending her newscast. Before she signs off, she wishes Molly all the best and a speedy recovery. When they are off the air, Henry tells Katie that she is good at faking her sincerity. Katie tells Henry that she is afraid that now that Molly is awake, she will tell Holden everything she knows and she will be finished. Henry adds that if Molly can even remember her name, she will be lucky. Katie tells Henry to get serious, they could both lose their jobs. Holden comes up and tells Katie that she had a good newscast and now he is going to the hospital to see Molly. Henry tells Holden that he should take Katie with him. Katie flashes Henry a look and then tells Holden that Molly shouldn't have too many visitors. Holden tells her that it will be good for Molly to have the stimulation. Katie tries one more time to get out of it and Holden tells her that she should come along with him. After Holden leaves, Katie, sarcastically, tells Henry thanks for getting her into this. Henry tells her that if she is there and Molly starts with the accusations, she can deny them right away. Katie stomps off.
When Katie and Holden get to Molly's room at the hospital, Molly is asleep and Holden starts to talk to her. Katie stands nervously by the bed. Holden tells Katie to say something to Molly. Katie tells Molly that they are all pulling for her and she has been praying for her. Molly's eyes pop open and she weakly says, "Who?" and then, "You!" Katie says to Holden that they shouldn't get her excited and she should go out into the hall. Holden tells her that it will be good for Molly. Katie insists that she leave and she goes out of the room. Henry is waiting outside with a bouquet of flowers in his hands. Katie asks what is he doing there? He asks if brain dead Molly even knew her own name. Katie tells him to stop making fun, this is important. Holden comes out of the room and sees Henry there with flowers. Holden thinks it is nice of Henry to bring Molly flowers and she will enjoy them. Holden leaves and Katie tells Henry to go deliver the flowers. Henry tells her to take the flowers in to Molly. Katie says that she has already paid her respects. Henry tells her to come with him. He opens the door and Molly is staring off into space. He walks over and puts the flowers down on the table beside her bed. He looks at her and she is still staring. He waves his hand in front of her face and says, "Hello in there." There is no response from Molly and he starts to back away from her bed. He says, "Good luck, Mol. Hey, how about charades next time?" Katie tells him to come on and they walk out into the hall. Henry says that there is no response. Katie says that they are in the clear, Molly can't rat on them. Henry says that they need to go celebrate. Back in Molly's room, she looks over at the flowers and then slowly takes her hand and knocks the flowers to the floor.
At Lily's house, Lucinda is giving Lily a hard time about Simon. Lily tells Lucinda that she knows what she is doing and she should stay out of it. Lucinda says that is fine and she leaves. Lily goes over to her computer and starts to download her messages. She says to herself that it was easy convincing Lucinda to stay out of this thing with Simon. Then she realizes that it was too easy. She runs out the door just as an e-mail is coming in for her from "Redhead."
At Cal's house, Simon is working on a family tree. He is talking to someone on the phone about Vera. He argues with the person that Vera did have children. He asks if he could get a copy of Vera's will. They tell him that he can and he has them fax the will to him. He hangs up the phone and goes back to studying the family tree. There is knock at the door and it is Lucinda. Simon answers the door and asks Lucinda what can he do for her today? Lucinda says that she doesn't want any of his Aussie charm and she wants to know what kind of a scam he is pulling on her daughter? Simon says that he doesn't know what she is talking about. He only was building Lily's family room and painting a portrait for her. Lily comes running in and tells Lucinda that this is enough and she makes her leave with her. Lucinda and Lily go back to Lily's house. Lily explains to Lucinda that she needs Simon because he has some connection to her birth family and she wants to find out more about them. Lucinda is hurt a little and Lily tells her that she is her only mother, but she is curious about her other family. Lucinda says that she understands and tells her to be careful. Lucinda leaves and Lily sees that her computer is on and remembers that she was downloading a message. She goes over to the computer and reads message that says, "I have the same picture as you. What is it to you?" Lily replies to the message by saying, "Can you tell me what is the name of the lady in the picture?" Send.
Back at Cal's house, Simon gets his fax and sees that Vera left all her worldly possessions to her niece, Caroline Carpenter. Simon says that someone close to her must have it. Yes!!