John, Ashley and Brad discuss whether or not they should agree to Victor's offer. None of them want to, but they know that Jabot will be finished without the money. Jack comes into the office and says they need to get working right away. Sure, this is just another set back for them, but there are always ways to crunch money and stay afloat. He sees the gloomy looks on his families' faces and wonders what's going on. They tell him that they are considering the possibility of still taking Victor's offer. Jack says he will make this easier on everyone, he quits. John says he won't let him. Jack says this will be the best thing for everyone. He already feels like a huge weight has been lifted.
John goes to visit Jack in his office to offer his sympathy. He says it breaks his heart knowing that the person he always counted on to be there for him wouldn't be able. Jack hugs John and says he hopes that this will turn out good in the end. When John leaves, Jack says aloud, "I'll be back here someday dad, I promise."
Everyone is surprised to see that Katherine has staged her own intervention party. As Katherine tries to convince everyone to have drinks and be merry, sadness is overcome by all the family members. Brock tells Katherine he was so proud of her when she quit drinking all those years ago, and can now feel only the pain of reliving that horrible past all over again. He is so upset by it that he has to leave the room. Lauren says to Katherine that these could be the happiest times of her life. Finally getting to know Jill as her daughter as they begin to bond, as well as reuniting with Jill's father. Katherine laughs it off and says that her drinking is more important than anything else in the world. When Mac shows up, the sadness everyone is feeling finally seems to be catching up with Katherine. She tells Mac she needs a hug. Mac can tell she's obviously been drinking. Mac says that she too, has to leave Katherine if she continues to drink herself to death. One thing Katherine taught her was about family, and family cannot stand by and watch a loved one kill themselves.
Danny tells Chris that he is surprised Daniel decided to have dinner with Phyllis after being so adamant about not meeting her. Chris says that they can only deal with the situation. Danny says that although things are rough with Phyllis right now, he wonders if it would be a good time for him to move in with her and Daniel. Chris thinks it would be a great idea.
Phyllis tells Daniel that Danny is not his biological father. Daniel wonders who his real father is. Phyllis tells him that she got pregnant when she was very young and his father was not the kind of person who would have wanted a child. Phyllis says after that she met Danny in New York, and knew immediately that he was the right man for her. Daniel realizes that Phyllis lied to Danny and told him that she was pregnant with his baby. Phyllis admits that it is true, but if it hadn't been for Chris' determination to get Danny back, she wouldn't have lost her son. Chris had worked hard to get the judge to grant Danny full custody and declare her an unfit mother for her selfishness only. Daniel seems overcome by this harsh new reality. Phyllis tells him that she will understand if Daniel needs to take some time to think, but wants the opportunity more than anything else finally get to know him. Daniel says he needs to think about it.
Danny calls Gina and is worried that Daniel hasn't shown up at the Athletic Club. When Daniel walks in, Danny says hi to his son. Daniel tells him to never call him that again. Was he ever planning to tell him that he is not his real father? Or was he just going to let Daniel live a lie forever?
Dru goes to the Rec center and talks to Devon. She says that she wants him to stop being friends with her daughter. He is a bad influence on her. Devon says that Lily told him that Dru was in the same position as he once was, and wonders if having money has made her forget what it's like. Dru tells him that she worked hard to get where she is now, but she can't have someone stealing hanging out with her daughter.
Lily shows up at the Rec center and says hi to Devon, but he ignores her. Lily gets upset. She helps him out and this is the way he treats her? Devon tells her not to do him any favors. Lily stands by wondering what happened to make him treat her that way. The supervisor at the Rec center says maybe her mother knows. She was talking to Devon earlier.