Paul paid a surprise visit to Christine trying to find out why Kelly Simmons needed to find out information about Isabella. He told her he had asked Isabella about Kelly, and that she had gotten very edgy and nervous. Chris asked if Isabella knew who Kelly really was, and Paul told her no, she didn't. He kept pressing her, asking what she was trying to find out, but she wouldn't give him a direct answer. He admitted he really just wanted to get on with his life and she told him she was going to let the whole thing with Isabella go. He asked if she was in disguise so she didn't have to confront what happened between them, and she told him he was right. They tearfully agreed they had no future together, and that their memories of the past were beautiful. They both admitted they will always worry about one another and promised to always be there for each other. After a long hug, Paul left and Chris sadly said to the closed door, "Goodbye, Paul."
Michael went over to the Williams home to try to find Paul. Isabella was surprised to see him, and was even more surprised to find out that Michael knew what had happened between Chris and her husband. He was surprised she would still stay with him after finding out what he was capable of, but then changed his mind and said it was probably for the best. She told him earlier in the day, Paul was asking her a lot of questions about Kelly Simmons, and Michael told her that Kelly was actually Christine. This sent Isabella into an immediate panic and she began asking who else knew. Once she determined Paul knew, she really got anxious. She knew he wouldn't be asking about Kelly unless he was trying to get to the bottom of something. Michael did his best to calm her down, reminding her that Paul is a private investigator, and of course he's going to ask a lot of questions. He went on to urge her to "leave well enough alone" and not to confront Paul about anything.
Ashley confronted Jack over at the Abbott's about re-hiring Dru. She pointed out that because of Dru's big mouth, they lost Satine. Jack kind of smirked and intimated it might be fun to feed her some bogus information to relay back to the Newmans, but Ashley was not amused. She warned him that playing games with Victor has always clouded his judgment, but he wasn't really listening to her. All he wanted to concentrate on was Neil and Victoria's lack of experience, and how they were out of their league. He also told them he had a plan to lure Phyllis over to Jabot, and could she and Brad stop by for breakfast tomorrow to help?
Meanwhile at the coffee house, Phyllis ran into Diane and decided to sit down and make her miserable. She gave her a lot of grief about being alone and how she was in the right place to pick up a young college boy toy. Diane was appropriately humiliated, and once she had enough, she threw her coffee at Phyllis, landing all over her blouse.
Once she was at home about to have her own pity party, Andy knocked at her door. She told him what happened and that the worst part was that Phyllis had the life Diane wanted. She wondered aloud if she was getting payback, but Andy just laughed at her. He reminded her she could always ask for a shoulder to lean on, and that something good was going to come out of this situation. Andy began to wonder what their relationship would have been like had they stayed married and Diane told him she believed she would have done something to screw it up. They laughed together, and when Andy asked for a kiss, they laughed more and she obliged. She thanked him for cheering her up and for being her only friend, and he left soon after.
In their bedroom, Jack came in to find Phyllis changing her coffee-stained blouse. He asked her what happened, and she told him, kind of. The conversation turned to business, and he subtly talked about her not working with Newman because the stakes were getting too high. When she started to get angry, he steered the conversation somewhere else. He told her his father created a photo album for each of his children, complete with family pictures, and that he kept his nearby all the time. In times of trouble, he said he would look at it and be reminded he was surrounded by love at all times. He had made one for Phyllis, saying she was truly a part of the Abbott family and should have one, too. She was touched by the sentiment and gushed on and on about how she felt so welcomed into their lives while Jack embraced her.