MUNK HAD SOME PRETTY TINY FEET, HUH
Andrew arrives to speak with Bo and Nora about Drew's case. He provocatively asks Bo if he buys the police report that Munk was the shooter, but the doorbell rings in order to prolong the drama. It's Hank. Bo called him over with copies of the police file so they could all pour over them together. When the talk turns to the letter Drew was trying to write at the moment of his tragic death, Andrew takes the opportunity to point out that it could be a "B", and makes it clear that he just wants to get to the truth.
Later, Hank mentions that Munk didn't own a pair of shoes that matched the shoe prints at the scene. Andrew intimates that the small shoe size of the prints at the scene were too small for a grown man. He goes on to ask if the man who ran down and killed Munk could be connected to someone who wants the investigation closed. Hank angrily refuses to consider the possibility that Graham was conducting a cover-up, but Bo is quiet and thoughtful. Andrew asks why Munk would suddenly become a mugger, after such a long period of being a fence and a snitch for the police. Nora thinks that's a good question, but is easily swayed by Hank's continued closed-mindedness.
Bo thanks Andrew and Hank for going over Drew's case one last time, but claims he's ready to let it go. The camera focuses meaningfully as he slowly puts the files in the otherwise empty trash can. Hank departs. Andrew expresses wishes that he could be of more help, then exits himself. Nora is relieved that Bo is letting the case go, and she starts to head upstairs. While her attention is away from him, Bo takes the files out of the trash, but leaves them on the desk when he hears Nora's yelp of pain. She's clutching her lower tummy and is afraid it's the baby.
ROCKIN THE CABANA
Todd, very unemotionally tells Téa that he needs her. She, hysterical as usual, vows to never help him again, and laughs crazily at him when he says he can change. "You will never be anything than what you are. A monster." Of course, he doesn't let her leave. He tells her he loves her, again unemotionally. She, again, laughs crazily at him, pointing out that he can't love, but lets others love him, then manipulates them for it. "I loved you!!!!" she screeches, four times or so -in a row-, emphasizing the past tense. She claims to finally understand the abused women she used to represent when she was lawyering. She flails at him. He shouts to her that he knows what he is.
Woodenly, he tells her he loves her again, or at least that he's capable of it, and just needs her help. She laughs, crazily of course, that it's too late. He, showing a teensy bit of emotion, thinks it doesn't have to end like this, but she replies that it's over, and he's solely to blame, then she -screams- at him to get out. After assuring her that he'll never be out of her life, he leaves, and locks her into the cabana as he does so. She discovers she's locked in, throws a tantrum, smashing stuff in the room, and starts a fire.
THIS IS THE SAME WEDDING I WAS UPDATING A WEEK AGO, THOUGH NOW IT'S THE AFTERMATH
Viki recriminates herself for neglecting her own children to defend Todd the Faker. Kevin and Clint are supportive of her (not of her self-derision).
Jessica pulls Clint aside to talk to him about her wedding, but he is more concerned about Viki. When she presses, he berates her, telling her she's in no position to be coming off with any attitude. Lindsay observes the argument, then slinks off. Roseanne slinks after her.
On the terrace, Will remembers, with Sam, how Sam was always there for him when he needed it. Sam interprets this to be about Todd, and so doesn't notice when Will tries to tell him about his own sticky predicament.
On the grounds by the stable, Cris whips a stick about. Lindsay approaches and expresses her unconditional support of his desire to marry Jessica. She presents him with a big ole wad of cash so they can take off and marry without parental consent, but he refuses it. However, they do reach an understanding that neither of them want Will to be named the father of Jess's baby. After she leaves, Roseanne appears from the stable and tells him he should have taken the money, to which he claims he'll marry because of love, not because of Lindsay's help.
Inside, Blair assumes Max must be gloating. Sure, he agrees, sarcastically. He's lost her, and no one has the Sun. Blair sniffs that she doesn't care about the Sun, but he thinks she will, once she realizes that Sam never did, and never will, love her.
Clint suggests to Viki that she simply forget about Todd, but she doesn't see how she can, since he's her brother. He leaves, giving her a moment to berate herself again for neglecting her children in favor of Todd the Faker. Kevin takes her apology with a lot of grace, but when she calls Jess her "little girl", Jessica gets angry and walks away.
Lindsay follows Jessica into the restroom. They have an extremely gentle, understanding talk about Jess's pregnancy, and then Lin offers her the money to marry Cris. Jessica tries to protest, but Lin convinces her to take it by proclaiming that a dream shouldn't be stopped just because of money.
Clint leaves without Lindsay, once he notices that she wants to say goodbye to Will, who is with Sam.
Will tries to take Sam home so they can talk, but Sam's still preoccupied with Todd. Sam leaves the terrace, and Lindsay checks to make sure Will didn't tell Sam the truth. He is firm about telling Sam yet that night, but she convinces him to keep his mouth shut.. for tonight, anyway. She departs, and Roseanne asks Will to let her help. She tries to kiss him, but he resists, saying he wants to keep his mind clear... so she suggests a walk instead.
Jessica finds Cris at the stable. She asks him if he's -sure- he wants to marry her and raise her baby as his own, because she doesn't think she can give the baby up. He's positive. After romantic talk, she agrees to marry him. They are elated to begin their lives together, and take off.
Inside, Kevin prepares to take Viki home like the good son he is, but before they leave, she spots Blair. Viki unleashes her venom on Blair for keeping the truth from everyone, but Blair points out that Viki knows how Todd can manipulate. "Yeah, well I loved him. What's your excuse," Viki retorts, and departs.
Max steps forward, and when Blair declines his offer to take her and Starr home, he calls her pathetic for wanting to try with Sam. Max departs. Todd then enters to demand of Blair Starr's whereabouts. He's finally leaving "this stupid town", but isn't going anywhere without Starr. Blair tells Todd that Starr is at home, but he doesn't believe her. Sam steps forward, and commands Blair to go ahead and take Starr home, and promises to take care of Todd.
Todd accuses Sam (and Viki and Téa) of turning on him. He insists he needs Starr. Sam assures Todd that he's given up on him. He thanks Todd for setting him (Sam) free of him (Todd). Todd scoffs at Sam. He says he felt like laughing every time Sam fell for one of his personalities. "It was so easy cos you're a sap, Sam." Todd claims it was the most fun he's had in years, but Sam doesn't believe it, to which Todd warns Sam to be careful, since that makes it sounds like he cares, and Todd is positive Sam doesn't. At this point, the conversation is interrupted when Will and Roseanne rush in to shout that the cabana's ablaze. Sam rushes off, with Todd, remembering Delgado, at his heels.
In the cabana, we see Téa's serenely passed out amidst the growing flames.