The entire church holds its collective breath as the minister at Tammy and Sandy's wedding asks if anyone knows of a reason why these two should not be joined together. Jonathan ominously shifts in his seat. However, he 'forever holds his peace' and Tammy and Sandy are pronounced husband and wife. They turn around and happily march up the aisle, only to be greeted by an arrest warrant. It accuses Sandy of bigamy, since he is still legally married to Ava. Sandy admits he and Ava were once married and that he did walk out on her. But he swears they signed divorce papers weeks ago. This is all a misunderstanding! Tammy doesn't want to hear about it and runs off. She comes face-to-face with Jonathan, who gets into the "Just Married" car. She tosses her wedding bouquet out the window and they go tearing into the night.
Harley and Gus continue with their plan to convince Beth they're on the outs by cutting short their make-out session to fake a fight. Beth offers Gus a deal: help her get Harley out of Spaulding and save his marriage as a result. Harley ends up at Company, where she finds Mallet on top of Dinah. Mallet explains that Dinah, driven to drink by the sight of Tammy's wedding, broke into Company. He was just subduing the perpetrator. Trying to defend her own actions, Dinah prompts Mallet to admit he still has feeling for Harley. But Harley doesn't want to hear about it. She tells Mallet to be a man and repress. Mallet tells her to do the same. Harley insists she has no feelings whatsoever for Mallet, but their debate is cut short by Gus' arrival.
Tammy and Jonathan's escape from her fiasco of a wedding takes them to Towers. Once there, Tammy insists on still having a reception - even if it's just for the two of them. They proceed to eat, drink and be merry - and to be honest. They apologize for hurting each other in the past. Wedding reception completed, the two take off for her honeymoon cabin in the woods. Jonathan carries the bride over the threshold and their desire for one another heats up.
In the aftermath of the wedding that wasn't, everyone tries to comfort Cassie. Buzz calls Olivia on wanting to be there for Cassie - only to get closer to Josh. Sandy is stuck down at the police station, trying to explain how he managed to forget to share the facts of his marriage and presumed divorce. At first, he accuses Ava of setting him up, but she denies it. She urges Jeffrey to call their divorce attorney, Vince Russo. Jeffrey does, but learns Vince is mysteriously out of town. Jeffrey arranges for Sandy to get out on bail and listens, without comment, as Sandy defends his decision to reinvent himself through lies and deception; even to the woman he loves.
At the same time, Josh, who is giving a heartbroken Cassie a shoulder to cry on, receives a file purporting to document Jeffrey's own lies and deceptions. But he decides not to read it. Olivia, the woman who arranged for him to receive the incriminating file, is stuck at Company with Buzz, wishing she could be with Josh instead. She passes the time by pumping Reva for what she knows about Tammy's whereabouts. She also blasts Ava for lying about her connection to Sandy. Olivia fires Ava and throws her out of the Beacon. Sandy, feeling sorry for his now homeless not-quite-ex, invites her to stay at his place.
At the honeymoon cabin, Tammy and Jonathan sit in front of a blazing fire, no longer able to deny their attraction. Tammy allows Jonathan to help remove her wedding gown and the pair melt into a kiss that just gets hotter and hotter...before the ring of a cell phone reminds both of the outside world. Jonathan wants to keep going, but Tammy insists that she can't just bounce from one man to another. She needs to return to Springfield and settle the past with Sandy before she can move on to a potential future with Jonathan. Meanwhile, Sandy begs Reva to help him win Tammy back, but Reva refuses, revealing that Tammy has feelings for Jonathan. Sandy is horrified and insists that Jonathan will just hurt her again. Gus and Harley attempt some real make-up sex post their fake fight, but life continues to get in the way. Gus ends up telling Beth to stop beating around the bush and let him know what she's offering in exchange for his help with getting Harley out of Spaulding, while Harley goes running when Mallet calls for help with Marina. It seems Harley's niece has earned herself another speeding ticket and Mallet is afraid her continued misbehavior will get her bounced off the force. Harley asks Mallet to lay off the girl; she's had a hard time lately. Mallet points out that a broken relationship is hardly an excuse to become a bad cop...which leads to Harley and Mallet rehashing their own former relationship. After, Harley calls Gus, setting up a rendezvous at the Beacon, where they finally finish what they attempted to start that morning.
Harley is mortified after she has a sexy dream about making love to Mallet and wakes up in bed with Gus. She can't get Mallet out of her head.
Frank grills Mallet about his interest in Harley. Mallet assures him that he has moved on and, to prove it, puts the moves on Dinah. He kisses her and tells Frank that they are dating. Dinah balks at first and then plays along and kisses him back. After Dinah leaves, Harley arrives and Mallet asks her what she dreamed about. He tells her about his recurring dream that he is standing naked in his high-school homeroom. His constant talk of nakedness doesn't help Harley control her thoughts about him. Mallet asks if it's true that she and Gus are in separate bedrooms in the Spaulding mansion. Gus suggests that Mallet move back to Florida and leave Harley and their marriage alone.
Harley joins Dinah for breakfast and Dinah tells her that Mallet is still interested in her. Harley says that Dinah and Mallet would be good together. Dinah wonders why both Gus and Harley are pushing Mallet on her. Gus and Mallet overhear when Dinah asks Harley if she would marry Mallet again if Gus weren't in the picture and Harley says yes.
Joshua debates whether to read the information he received about Jeffrey. While he is pondering secrets and the liars who have hurt his family, Sandy arrives and attempts to apologize. Joshua refuses to give him another chance. When Jonathan arrives and gloats about his night with Tammy at the cabin, Sandy punches him twice. Jonathan laughs and reveals that he knew for months that Sandy and Ava were married.
Cassie worries about Tammy's disappearance. Jonathan brings Tammy home and is disheartened when she is not ready to public with their relationship yet. Jeffrey encourages Tammy to get Sandy's side of the story and give him a chance. Tammy decides to seek out Ava first. Ava says that she doesn't know why Sandy left her. She declares that she wants him back and will not let him get away from her again. Tammy fears telling Cassie that she is in love with cousin Jonathan.
Jeffrey asks Cassie to move in with him. Joshua interrupts and decides not to tell Cassie about the information he has on Jeffrey.
Alan-Michael sees Marina at CO2 and asks her to fix a speeding ticket while they were out joyriding. (he's not concerned about the money; it's the principle of the thing) Marina refuses, stating that if they're time was so enjoyable together than the ticket is worth it. When Alan-Michael walks off, Coop approaches Marina and tells her he needs her help. He tells her that Buzz is really depressed and he asks her to cheer him up since he thinks Buzz will open up to her more than him. Coop then goes off and tells Buzz the same story about Marina.
Lizzie is nearby, talking to Roxy about a new dress she'd like to have if she had the money. Quinn overhears and Lizzie is forced to admit that she spent the other money that he gave her. He offers to give her some more, but she states that she wouldn't use it to buy the dress anyway--though she'd like to buy something nice for Coop for Christmas. He tells her she can use the money for whatever she wants, but Lizzie again declines. Later, Lizzie goes to CO2 and is upset to see Coop sharing a lighthearted moment with Ava (he accidentally doused her with the soda fountain) Lizzie tells Ava that her luck must be bad, what with the wedding and all,, and suggests she should just crawl under a rock. Coop disagrees and tells Ava she needs to go out and have some fun. He invites her to the movies with him and Lizzie but Ava declines. Lizzie isn't too happy seeing Coop's closeness to Ava but covers when he asks if he's upset. When Coop leaves to put on some dry clothes, Quinn approaches Lizzie and offers her the money again. This time, she takes it. All Quinn asks for in return is for her to have dinner with him.
At Company, Buzz and Marina figure out that they were set up by Coop, though they both admit that they are depressed. While Buzz goes to take care of some trouble in the kitchen, Alan-Michael comes in and offers to help Marina out of a jam. Alan-Michael tells Marina that she needs out of the "sympathy-fest." Marina insists that she's content where she is. Suddenly, Alan-Michael's phone rings and Marina playfully takes it from him and answers. She's surprised that it's Alan. Alan-Michael then gets on the phone and gets rid of him. He then scribbles a note on a napkin, gives it to Marina and tells her to see him if she changes her mind. Despite her words, Marina seems intrigued. At that point, Buzz returns and he and Marina discuss love and the pain it could bring. Buzz tells Marina that she needs to pick herself up and dust herself off. He promises her that one day the pain she's feeling will go away. Marina suddenly makes a decision and goes off. She runs into Alan-Michael hanging around outside and confronts him with what's on the napkin--it's an invitation to Paris. Alan-Michael states that he was going there for dinner anyway and thought she'd like to go. Marina insists that this is not a date and Alan-Michael agrees--who said anything about a date?
Olivia is also at Company and is excited to have just missed a call from Bill. Jonathan sees her while she's leaving a message for Bill. Olivia thinks Bill was calling her to give her a second chance but Jonathan warns her against being too optimistic and getting her hopes up. Olivia won't be deterred and tells Jonathan that she's surprised at him. She always thought he was the kind who never stopped trying to get what he wanted. Jonathan seems buoyed and gets an idea when she mentions that if she and Bill get back together the first thing they'll do is leave town. Unfortunately, Olivia later gets bad news when she's served with divorce papers. She then calls Josh and asks him to meet her on business.
An extremely upset Tammy is at the farm with Cassie, ranting about her aborted wedding. Tammy then takes Cassie to the house that Sandy was going to buy for her. A conflicted Tammy is still angry with Sandy but she admits that she doesn't hate him and can still imagine a life with him in this house. Cassie suggests that Tammy go with what she feels, but Tammy admits that she doesn't know what the right choice is. Suddenly Blake arrives, apparently she lost an earring in the house when she was selling it. When Tammy mentions someone beating Sandy for the house, Blake mentions that Jonathan offered to buy if first. Later, Jonathan goes to the farm looking for Tammy. When she sees him she kisses him and asks if he did try to buy the house. He admits it but states that he changed his mind because it felt like something Sandy, not he, would do. Jonathan then asks Tammy to go away with him. Tammy tries to tell him she can't, but she's obviously intrigued by the idea of running off. Jonathan tells her that he's offering her a way out, he knows she wants to be with him. Tammy says yes and goes upstairs to pack. At that point, Cassie comes in the room. Jonathan tells her that Tammy wants to be alone, but Cassie doesn't think so and goes to find her.