Neil asked Jack to be his best man in spite of their competitive business relationship. When Jack made a few comments about Victor's need to win at any cost, Neil said he'd stayed out of that situation. He reminded Jack that they were thousands of miles away from their problems. They had once worked together for Jabot; couldn't Jack put their present situation behind them for the sake of Neil's wedding? Jack agreed to be Neil's best man.
Olivia and Lily had breakfast together. Lily admitted that the reason she was glowing was because her mother asked her to be her maid of honor. Liv was delighted for her, but Lily still had a problem. She wanted to find the perfect wedding gift for her parents. As Olivia made suggestions, Lily spotted flowers in the hair of some nearby women and said she had the solution.
Damon stopped by to see Drucilla and asked her to please stay out of the orchid quest. She needed to focus on her wedding and let him help Vanessa look for the flower that might eventually save Jabot. Dru agreed, and Damon left. When Neil called Dru, she assured him that she wasn't going to take any more walks in the forest. She was going to stay put and think about remarrying him. Later, Dru reminisced about her first romantic wedding and honeymoon with Neil.
Phyllis was joined by Vanessa at breakfast. The two verbally sparred about their reasons for being in Japan. Phyllis said she was there to be with Jack, but she wasn't buying the romantic act Vanessa and Damon were putting on. She felt like the two of them had another reason to be there. Vanessa told her she was wrong, and Damon joined them, giving Vanessa a kiss while Phyllis looked on skeptically. Later, Vanessa and Damon returned to the forest, but their search for the elusive orchid was nonproductive. As they turned to go back to the hotel for the wedding, Lily showed up to dig for flowers. She told them she'd see them later. After they left, she began putting together a bouquet of flowers, and her eyes widened with delight as she spotted a beautiful, delicate orchid. Meanwhile, Damon and Vanessa returned to their room, where they were joined by Jack, who wanted to see if they'd had any success in their search for the orchid.
Nikki and Sharon were in Nick's office, where Nikki told Sharon she was sure that Victor's arrest was the end of their family. When Nick joined them, he overheard his mother regretting what he'd done to his father. He reminded her that he wasn't the one who'd done something wrong. Victor had committed a crime and now he was paying for it. Sharon intervened, reminding them that it was Christmas. Victor had asked her to go home and read Noah a story. She felt like they needed to pull it together for the kids. Nikki said she hadn't even decorated, and Sharon offered to help her. Nikki was grateful for the offer. When she told Nick to go home and be with his family, Nick said he had work to do. Victor's arrest would probably cause problems for the business, and he was the only one left to run things. Nikki reminded him that Victor no longer wanted Nick in charge, but Nick said he had no attention of stepping down. Nikki told him that he'd become what he hated about his father---ruthless. After she left, Nick asked Sharon if she agreed with his mother. Sharon didn't answer, merely telling him she was going home to be with their children.
After Victor was arrested, Christine ignored the reporters who wanted to know what was going on. She met with Victor privately and advised him to get an attorney. Victor said he'd used his one call to reach his stockbroker to make a business deal for him. Christine complained that he wasn't taking his situation seriously. He wasn't above the law. Victor told her not to be condescending to him. Michael walked in and said he was there as Victor's attorney. Christine left them alone, and Victor told Michael he shouldn't have come. Michael insisted that even if he couldn't stand with Victor in court, he wanted to try to diffuse this situation before it grew.
When Chris came back in, Michael and Victor attempted to persuade her that there were more serious criminals she should be after to keep the streets safe. Victor said she was being used as a tool by the DA's office for political gain. Christine said this wasn't a personal vendetta. She was doing a job. A complaint had been made and was being followed through. Michael told her that Jack could file a civil suit. In the meantime, he wanted to talk about bail. Christine said the judge had decided on no bail because Victor's jet made him a flight risk. Perhaps if Victor agreed to turn in his passport, he might be released. Michael was furious, and Christine again said they weren't taking this seriously. Perhaps a night in jail would do Victor some good. After she left, Michael said he'd go talk to the judge, but Victor said he didn't mind being alone in jail. He needed to do some thinking. Michael reminded him that it was Christmas, and Victor said it wasn't going to be Christmas for him. He thanked Michael and asked him to leave. Michael reluctantly followed his orders.