Lily stormed into Tyler's hotel room, but he said that it wasn't a good time. She sarcastically expressed sympathy if he'd had a rough night, and she was surprised that he was alone. She griped that he'd blown off her calls and the fitting, and she demanded to know what was going on with him. Tyler refused to argue with Lily, but she wouldn't let him jeopardize the launch so that he could get wasted and sleep with models. He denied that he had been partying, and he said that he was calling in sick.
Lily didn't buy it, and she asked Tyler what had happened, but he said that it didn't matter. She assumed that he'd had a fight with Gus, and she assured him that the men could work it out. Tyler replied that it was too late, but she reminded him of everything that she and Neil had worked through. Tyler blurted that her dad wasn't dead. Lily said that she was sorry, and she hugged him.
Leslie appeared in the doorway, and Lily offered her condolences and asked if there was anything she could do. Leslie said that she'd taken care of everything, and she'd arranged for the prison chaplain to conduct the funeral. Leslie asked if Tyler was ready to head to Milwaukee, but Tyler declared that he wasn't going, because he had to handle it his own way. Leslie informed him that she was going to have breakfast before she left, and if he changed his mind, he could meet her downstairs.
Leslie left, and Tyler told Lily that he hadn't been to a graveyard since his mother had died. Lily insisted that Tyler belonged by Leslie's side, but Tyler replied that he didn't know where he belonged. Lily recalled that she hadn't thought that she and Neil could make it through Dru's prayer vigil, but they had, and so would Tyler. Lily urged him to talk to his parents about his pain, because he'd keep hurting until he let it out. She added that it was time to live his life and to say goodbye.
Leslie ran into Neil in the Athletic Club foyer, and he said that he was there to see Tyler. Neil wanted to attend the funeral with Leslie, but he recognized that things hadn't been great between them since the blog about her had surfaced. She hugged him, and he said that he was sorry. Leslie hoped that Tyler would change his mind, since very few mourners would be at Gus's service.
Leslie mentioned that she hadn't been able to find Rose, and Neil was surprised that Leslie had looked. Leslie knew that she was asking for trouble, but Neil understood her desire to figure out why Rose had been important to Gus. Lily approached their table and asked if there was room for one more in the car, because Tyler had agreed to attend the funeral. Leslie thanked Lily for supporting Tyler.
Neil said that they had to hurry to make it to the funeral on time, and Leslie knocked on Tyler's door. She called out that she was glad Tyler had agreed to join them, and she was sure that Gus would have been, too. There was no response, and she figured that Tyler couldn't handle it, after all.
At Belinda's gravesite, Tyler apologized to his mother for never visiting. He recalled the day she'd been buried and the sound of the dirt hitting the casket. He said that he'd lain in bed, listening for her voice to tell him that she was okay, and he still listened for it sometimes. He pondered what she would have thought about Gus being close by. Tyler regretted that he'd believed the lies about Gus, and he didn't recognize himself anymore. He murmured that he missed Belinda, and he knelt down next to her grave and cried.
Tyler put the childhood photo of him and Leslie on Belinda's grave. Leslie and Neil arrived, and Leslie jokingly guessed that Tyler had left on his own to avoid her driving. Tyler called her an old lady behind the wheel, and they hugged. Neil went to get the chaplain, and Leslie pointed out where Gus's grave would be. She remarked that it was the first time in twelve years that their family had all been in the same place, and Tyler hoped that Gus and Belinda found peace. Leslie hoped that she and Tyler did, too.
At Crimson Lights, Chelsea approached Dylan and called him Genoa City's own Frank Gehry. She said that she hadn't expected to see him so soon, and they agreed that they'd had a nice time the night before. He awkwardly questioned whether the end to the evening had been okay. She replied that it had been far more than okay, and he remarked that it had been the best goodnight kiss he'd had in a long time. Chelsea asked what he was drawing, and he said that it was something for the baby.
Dylan presented Chelsea with his drawing of a rectangle, and she jokingly praised that it was the best she'd ever seen. He described where the walls and windows would be, and she realized that he was planning a nursery. She was amazed by the thought he'd put into it, and she pointed out a perfect place for a closet. Dylan watched her as she excitedly added to his plans, and she noticed him staring at her. She worried that she'd overstepped, and she promised that she wouldn't dictate what furniture he needed to buy. He revealed his intent to make all of it, because he wanted his kid to be comfortable.
Dylan continued to draw, and he asked Chelsea what she thought of his addition of a toy chest. He said that a kid could never have too many toys, and she queried what his favorite one had been. He referred to Dusty McBearson, a stuffed bear that his dad had bought for him at a Cubs game. Chelsea wanted to hear about his and his father's adventures together, but Dylan had to get to work. He asked her if they could get together the next night.
Kevin and Michael visited Chloe at the police station, and she ranted that she'd spent the night in a holding cell with drunks and prostitutes. Michael asked her to explain the stolen items, and Chloe maintained that she'd found them. She knowingly stated that perhaps the real thief would grow a conscience and confess. Michael left to make arrangements for her bail hearing. Chloe excoriated Kevin for allowing her to take the rap for him, and she implored him to think about what it could do to Delia. Chloe called Kevin a selfish coward.
Chloe berated Kevin for abandoning her, and she asked if he had been out stealing again while she had been locked up. He said that he had been up all night, hating himself for letting her take the fall. Kevin admitted that he had failed, and he explained that when Alex had arrested her, he had flashed back to being a five-year-old kid who had been locked in a closet. Chloe told him to face his fear and move on, and he said that he'd tried, but something always happened that landed him back where he'd started.
Chloe asked what Kevin had told Delia, and he said that he'd lied that Chloe was out of town on business. Chloe blasted him for hiding the evidence at Crimson Lights, knowing that the cops were watching them. She questioned how many friends he was willing to rip off, since he'd already stolen from Katherine and Neil. Kevin swore that he hadn't robbed Neil's apartment, and he suggested that he hire a witness to pin the robbery on someone else. A livid Chloe wondered when Kevin would stop going even lower than he already had, and she stormed out.
Michael ignored a call, and Paul assumed it had been from Lauren. Michael remarked that it had been her fifth attempt to reach him, and Paul asked whether Michael intended to keep avoiding her. Michael replied that he had nothing to say, and he couldn't very well tell Fen that Lauren had turned to a bartender with "a hard body and a brain of a pitted olive." Paul argued that Lauren regretted the affair, and Michael inquired how long Paul had known that Lauren had been cheating.
Paul insisted that he'd only had suspicions and that Michael only would have been worked up if Paul had voiced them. Michael conceded that it wouldn't have ended well if he'd confronted Carmine. Paul asked if he and Michael were okay, and Michael said that they were in a better place than Michael and Lauren were. Paul said that Michael could take the easy way out by filing for divorce, but Michael's marriage could emerge stronger if Michael faced his problems head-on and braved the ugliness.
Paul left to make some calls, and Kevin told Michael that he wanted to confess. Kevin contended that a confession was the only way to fix the situation, and he admitted that he had robbed people. He hoped that he could still make things right and save his family. Michael applauded his brother's honesty, but as Kevin's attorney, he cautioned that Kevin could serve serious jail time, and he urged Kevin to consider his next move carefully.
At Crimson Lights, Chloe explained the situation to Chelsea, and Chloe wanted to strangle Kevin for sticking her with a criminal record. Chloe whined that she knew that Kevin loved her and Delia, but Kevin's first priority would always be himself. Chloe lamented that she'd been burned by many guys, and she couldn't believe that she'd thought Kevin was different. Lily informed Chelsea and Chloe that Tyler wouldn't be at their meeting, and Chloe flew off the handle.
Lily told Chloe to trust that Tyler had a good reason, but Chloe ranted that she was done trusting men. Lily asked why Chloe was so hostile, and Chloe barked that she wouldn't bow down to Tyler the way Lily did. Lily retorted that Chloe had no idea what was going on, and Chloe snapped that she had her own problems. Chelsea yelled that she'd had enough, and she ordered them not to ruin her good day.
Chelsea explained to Lily that Chloe was going through a difficult time. Chelsea added that she and Chloe appreciated everything that Jabot was doing for their company, and Lily suggested that Chelsea put a muzzle on Chloe. Chloe received a call, and she threw the phone down. A handcuffed Kevin left a message that he wouldn't be home for dinner, because he was doing what he should have done already. He apologized and said that he loved her. Paul led Kevin to his cell.
Victoria asked why Billy wasn't dressed, because she'd hoped that he would take the day shift. She purred that they needed to be home in bed with their clothes off that evening, because she was ovulating. He was surprised that she still wanted to get pregnant, considering the power struggle at Newman Enterprises. Victoria declared that she could keep one eye on Adam and the other on making another baby or two. Billy questioned whether she wanted more than one, and she pointed out that the use of fertility drugs often resulted in multiple births. Billy seemed less than thrilled.
Victoria noted that Billy looked green, and she asked if he'd changed his mind. He claimed that the need to make a baby on demand was throwing him, and he inquired what had happened to romance. She promised that she'd curl his toes that night, and she asked if he'd be home early. He said that he would be there in time for happy hour, and he went upstairs. She answered a call from her investigator, and she asked if he'd found anything on Adam.
At the Athletic Club, Adam crowed to Victor that they had the chance to buy Newman Enterprises back, but Victor wondered where Adam had acquired the windfall of cash to do so. Adam told him not to question the fact that Adam was able to deliver something that Victor's other children couldn't. Victoria arrived, and she assumed that Adam was badmouthing her, but she excused herself for a meeting. Victor asked Adam to account for every dime of the funding, and Adam resented the implication that he would put the company at risk. Adam asserted that preserving the family legacy was just as important to him as it was to Victor.
Victoria told Nate, her private investigator, that he'd given her exactly what she needed to make her case, and she slyly glanced at Adam. Meanwhile, Victor wanted to take Adam at his word, but he said that Adam had to prove himself to be trustworthy. Adam said that he had to get to another meeting, and he left. Victor asked for a word with Victoria, and he asked why she hadn't introduced the man she'd met with. She replied that her contact had been in a rush, but she added that the man was helping with arrangements for her family's future.
In the foyer, Nate and Adam had a thinly veiled discussion about fishing. Adam asked if the fish were biting, and Nate reported that they were swallowing the bait whole. Later, Victor called the head of finance and inquired how Adam had obtained a large sum of money.
Victoria dropped by Adam's penthouse, and she accused Adam of underreporting profits and diverting them into offshore accounts. She handed him a file of documents that tied the transfers back to him, and she revealed that she'd hired an investigator to dig up the trail, which had led straight to Adam. He assumed that she would go to Victor with her findings, and he suggested that they make a deal. He offered to step down and let Victor and Victoria run the company together. She threw the paperwork at him and spat, "How stupid do you think I am?"
Victoria said that she'd figured out that her PI had been working for Adam and had given her phony documents. She asserted that Adam would have loved it if she'd gone to Victor, and Adam conceded that it would have been awesome. Victoria hissed that she knew Adam was hiding something, and she vowed to find out what it was. Adam warned her that she might not like what she found.
Kenny, an old gambling buddy, approached Billy at On the Boulevard, and he mentioned the time he had cleaned Billy out in a 30-hour poker session. Kenny said that he'd learned from Barry that Billy had won the restaurant. Kenny invited Billy to a game in his hotel suite, but Billy replied that the game with Barry had been a one-time thing. Kenny suggested that Billy test his luck by attempting to win back what Billy had lost the last time they'd played, but Billy said that he had plans. Kenny wrote down his suite number and the buy-in, just in case Billy changed his mind.
Dylan arrived for work in an excellent mood, and he asked Billy if he could pick up extra shifts to make extra money for the baby he had on the way. Dylan gushed that he hadn't planned on having a child, but he loved kids and hadn't thought he would ever be a dad. Dylan looked forward to diapers, sleep deprivation, and even colic. Billy offered Dylan an immediate extra shift, because Billy intended to take the rest of the day off. Dylan looked at a photo of him and his dad wearing Cubs hats, and he smiled as he updated his sketch of the cradle.
Billy arrived at Kenny's hotel suite, and Kenny invited him in. Billy said that he'd only stay a couple of hours to recoup his losses, and then he'd leave. Kenny informed him that the game would start in a few minutes, and Billy swore that he'd only be there for two hours at the most.