At the Bauer House:
Harley comes over and tells Rick that she just stopped in to tell Danny and Michelle that the surveillance van has been dismissed and they can proceed with their lives. Rick thanks her for coming and for coming through for Danny. Harley tells him that the judge asked her questions and she just told the truth. They talk about the baby and Rick shows her his calculations, in a few months the baby will be here and they need to take action. He not only wants to tell Phillip as soon as he can but he also wants to take natural childbirth classes with her. Harley tells him that she knows all about it and when the time comes she will tell the doctor that he can be in the room to watch the delivery. Rick tells Harley that he has wasted enough time, he doesn't want to miss any more of her pregnancy. He wants to be a part of the process and thinks they should go to the classes. Harley reluctantly agrees. Rick then tells her that the classes start in two weeks and he believes they should tell Phillip before then. Harley still doesn't want to tell Phillip and asks Rick to give her one day for everything to settle and she will discuss it all with him tomorrow. Harley leaves.
Josh and Billy are having lunch and talking about Tony. Josh wants to give him another chance. He thinks he showed responsibility at the prom with Marah and everyone in towns would like to deck Vince Russo. Billy thinks it is a good idea. Josh goes on to tell Billy that Russo has named him a witness to the assault and he is going to help Tony out there as well. Just then Tony comes in. Josh asks him to sit with him and Billy and tells him that his job is still there if he wants it. Tony sits down and Josh tells him that he realizes he was under a lot of pressure when Russo came in, Reva told him what he did after the prom. Tony was embarrassed and asked Josh if they called a family meeting about it. Josh tells him that he respects him and what he did. Tony is still hostile and tells Josh that he didn't do it for him; he did it because of the way he feels. Josh tells Tony again that he respects him. Tony asks him if he would want him for a son in law. Josh tells him that Marah isn't ready for marriage but he doesn't mind at all if they continue to date. Tony tells him it is a little late for that. Josh tells him he can come back to work in the morning and Tony tells him that he is only offering him a chance to be someone he isn't. He tells Josh that since he has taken the job he has had nothing but trouble. Tony starts to leave and Josh calls him back. He tells him that Russo is going to press charges and has called him for a statement. He tells Tony that he intends on telling the police that Russo provoked Tony into hitting him. Tony tells him not to go out of his way for him because the cops will do what they want to him because he is a Santos. Tony walks off and over to sit with Catalina. Josh tells Billy that he is going by to see Marah and then to meet Olivia.
Catalina asks Tony if he is alright and he tells her he just burned his bridges. Tony tells her what happened and Catalina says he and Marah looked so in love at the prom. Tony says from the outside two people can look like they feel the same way even if they want totally different things. Tony tells Catalina that Marah is the one a guy waits for. "The girl." He says he has never put on the brakes with a girl before. Catalina says what he offered Marah was a dream. Tony says that's the way it should be for someone like Marah. Isn't that what Catalina would want? She tells him that is exactly what she wants. Catalina tells Tony that Marah didn't mean to hurt him, she wasn't thinking. Catalina thinks that Marah just can't understand Tony because she has had an easy life, unlike them. Tony says up until now all he thought about was Marah and now he doesn't know where to go from here. Catalina says the next step will come.
Frank and Harley are talking about Rick. She tells him she knows Rick has rights as the father but she just wants to do things by herself. Frank says Rick is a good guy and she should just let him help her. He says she is more than capable of doing this on her own. She is a great mom but if someone wants to help, she should let him.
At the Lewis House:
Sam is with Marah reading a timetable Marah has developed illustrating her and Tony's relationship from the beginning. She tells him it was just a way to help her put things behind her. She just can't seem to figure out what went wrong. Sam offers to help her figure it out but she tells him to play nice. She says things started slowing down in February and then when her dad gave him a job, things started falling apart. Sam tells her that the popular opinion is that once Tony was on the straight and narrow and no longer a junior mobster, Marah would find him boring. Marah tells him that isn't it at all. Marah says he wasn't boring but he started treating her like something porcelain to put on a shelf. Sam tells her that he thinks Tony may be the kind of guy who wants to protect her. Maybe he doesn't realize that she is capable, fun and beautiful and that she needs to be appreciated, celebrated, and loved. Marah says that is what Tony needs to see. Sam says maybe Tony can't see it and that would be his problem. Sam hugs her. Josh comes in and tells Marah that he fired Tony earlier because he decked a lawyer in the office but he was provoked and he realized that after he talked to her mom so he offered Tony his job back. He tells Marah that Tony refused the job. Josh leaves to see Olivia and Marah seems happier now. She tells Sam that if Tony isn't working for her dad, they finally have a chance. Sam looks like he is losing his best friend. Marah puts on her shoes and tells Sam that the only problem they had is now gone so all she has to do is show up and remind Tony how great they were together. Sam asks if she thinks that was all that was wrong. Marah thinks her dad was just getting in the way. She is going to go over to Infierno to find Tony.
In San Cristobel:
Dax has just stabbed Richard and the doctor tells Edmund that Richard is dead. Edmund is upset and Beth steps in and tells him that Richard had it coming. An inspector comes in to take everyone's statements and tells everyone not to touch the body, he wants photos of everything. He tells Edmund that they will be as discreet as they can. Edmund goes to Dax and tells him that he was sure Dax would never pick him over Richard. Dax tells him that he serves the crown, not the man. Beth said it is a good thing he does or they would be investigating a murder instead of a man defending his sovereign. Dax tells Edmund he won't insult him by offering condolences and he leaves. Edmund seems distraught and tells Beth it was supposed to be just the two of them, brothers in the end. Beth tells Edmund that Richard is the one who attacked him. Richard has tried to kill Edmund time and time again and it is not Edmund's fault. She goes on to say that Richard was raving about Cassie like Edmund was supposed to pull her out of thin air. Edmund says Richard's supporters will blame him and there could be uprisings. In the end, Richard wins. That is what Richard was thinking when he was standing there. He was willing to die to keep Edmund off the throne. Beth assures Edmund that Richard won't win.
The inspector comes back in and says there will be no charges against Dax. Beth thinks Dax should get a medal but Dax doesn't want a medal for this tragedy. Beth asks the inspector to make a statement to the press. He agrees. Edmund asks Dax if they have a crisis with Richard's supporters. He tells Dax that he didn't want his brother dead and he didn't cause his death but he will be the one that gets the blame. He asks Dax why he didn't just tackle the knife out of Richard's hand. He tells Dax that he made the mess and now he better clean it up. Dax thinks that Edmund should make a statement, if the people see his grief, they may have a better understanding of him. Beth says maybe Cassie will come out of hiding now. Edmund thinks it would only make her run further. Dax says that Cassie will come forward if she is alive. Edmund says he will make a statement and make an appeal to Cassie to come forward. Beth asks Dax if they can keep the press away until morning to give Edmund time to collect himself. Dax says it may look like a cover up if they do that but he will see what he can do. Beth tells him to do his best; Edmund is going to need all the strength he has to get through the next few days.
In their bedroom, Edmund slumps to the floor. Beth asks if there is anything she can do for him. She tells him he did well with the press. Edmund is worried about the funeral and Beth tells him not to think about it now. Edmund would like to say that Richard wanted him to be prince. Beth doesn't think that will work with the people. Edmund says when they were boys they were best friends. Richard hated how their father treated Edmund and felt all the slights as much as Edmund did. They played games and Richard would always make him captain, general or prince; that was Richard. Edmund hated that he had that power in his life and could afford generosity but at the same time Edmund loved him for doing it. Richard hated Edmund's resentment but loved Edmund because he was the only one who could make Richard laugh. It was twisted but it had its balance. Beth says they sound like a lot of brothers. Edmund wonders how it came to this. He says he didn't make Richard the illegitimate one any more than Richard made Edmund the second one born. He doesn't know how he will ever explain it to Cassie. He just wants it all to end. Beth says he doesn't have to deal with Cassie tonight since they don't even know where she is. Beth offers to get the doctor to prescribe a sedative so he can sleep. Edmund angrily tells her he doesn't want to be sedated. She looks a little surprised and Edmund looks like he has had an inspiration. He tells her to call the doctor and tell him to bring the most powerful sedative he has.
The doctor arrives and Edmund is lying in bed. He goes to give Edmund an injection but Edmund tells him that he thinks he will be okay now but he should leave the sedative in case he wakes up in the night, unable to sleep. The doctor shows him the dosage to start with on the syringe and warns him it could stop his breathing if he uses too much. He hands Edmund the sedative and leaves.