Just before Jack came downstairs, Phyllis was remembering her kiss with Damon Porter. The two of them began arguing almost immediately. Jack was upset that she hadn't told him about Victor hiring Michael Baldwin. She asked him why in the world she would tell him-after all, she wasn't going to tell him about every single move Victor made. She also told him she had no more information than he already knew, but even if she did, she wouldn't tell him. Changing the subject, she asked him where he had gone the night before. He hesitated, but told her he went out for a drink. When she asked if he went alone, he hesitated again, but told her the truth; that Diane had come by and they went out. She reminded him that she called him and he dissed her, and he insisted that nothing happened between he and Diane. He suggested they call a truce and she reluctantly agreed. He kissed and hugged her, but she looked sad.
Damon was also remembering his kiss with Phyllis when his doorbell rang. It was Brad, who immediately began interrogating him about what had happened with Phyllis. Damon told Brad they could've talked at the office, but Brad really wanted to know what had happened; especially since Jack was totally against them talking to Phyllis. He also told Damon about Michael's new job and the name change to "Saffra." Damon was obviously distracted, but managed to tell Brad that it looked like they had all of the same information. He went on to say that Phyllis was in bad shape, on account of seeing her husband out with Diane Jenkins. Brad immediately said she was probably very vulnerable, then, and he hoped Damon had taken full advantage of it. The comment rubbed Damon completely the wrong way, and he told Brad he didn't get much information out of her because of how upset she was, and that he was no longer down with their scheme. Brad was rubbed the wrong way by Damon's response, and told him he suspected after just one night, he had fallen for Phyllis. Damon told him he needed to get to work and as he went upstairs, told Brad he could see himself out.
Neil and Dru discussed the latest situation with Lily, and Neil expressed a lot of concern. Dru took a lighter stance, thinking it would be best to give her a little bit of space. Lily came into the room looking surly and Neil immediately asked where she had been the night before. She told him she was at the concert with Sierra and Colleen, and he busted her right away. He told her he and Dru had talked to Sierra at the coffee house, and that she had told them Lily was with Kevin. Furthermore, Wes had also told them about this Kevin. This infuriated Lily, who told her parents she didn't want to talk about Kevin-it was over between them-before storming out the door.
J.T. and Colleen were spending time with each other at the coffee house when Sierra approached them and told them about talking to Lily's parents. She told them she thought she may have gotten Lily into trouble. J.T. briefly asked what was going on before getting up and leaving. Lily approached the table, and Sierra told her she was sorry if she had gotten her into trouble. Lily told her friends it was one of the worst nights of her life. After explaining what happened, both girls told her they thought Kevin was a jerk and that she should stay away from him. Instead, Lily blamed herself, saying she obviously led him on and that she was afraid she would never hear from him again. After her friends left, she got on the computer, and he started IM-ing her. She was delighted to see him ask when he could see her again.
While Esther fed Kay breakfast, she started bad-mouthing Jill for stealing the will. Kay wanted to give Jill the benefit of the doubt, but they were interrupted by Jill coming into the room. Jill dismissed Esther and began talking to Kay. She told her she had a confession to make: that she had seen her will and appreciated Kay providing for her in it. She went on to say she knew Kay didn't realize it was her she was providing for, but she appreciated it, nevertheless-especially in light of how things between them had changed so much.
Later on, while Kay was at physical therapy, Jill invited Mitchell Sherman over to talk. He asked a lot of questions about their recent discovery of being mother and daughter, and Jill answered them all very cleverly. She made a point to tell him how bad off she was, and that she didn't expect any improvement. In fact, she told him, she wanted to have him declare her legally incompetent.