At the tack house, Nick and Phyllis were joined by Michael and Lauren, who'd returned to pick up Fen. While the babies napped upstairs, Nick and Phyllis shared the news of their upcoming Wisconsin wedding and asked Michael and Lauren to stand up for them. The couple agreed. As the two couples made plans, the mention of Sheila visibly upset Lauren. When Nick and Phyllis went upstairs to check on Summer, Lauren told Michael that perhaps it would be best if they told Nick and Phyllis the truth about Sheila being locked up before the attack. However, Michael didn't think it was a sound plan since he, Lauren and Paul could all go to jail, and because Maggie put her job on the line as well. When Nick and Phyllis rejoined the conversation downstairs, Lauren didn't mention Sheila. Phyllis apologized for her earlier mention of Sheila's attack, and the matter was dropped for the moment. However, Michael, thinking about Kevin's predicament, said that he hated the fact that his brother was locked in a cell. Those words sparked a memory for Phyllis, and she experienced a flashback. Phyllis remembered that Sheila had told her that Paul and Michael had held her captive before she easily escaped. Suddenly Phyllis put the pieces together and demanded that Michael tell her the truth. When Michael admitted that truth, both Phyllis and Nick were angry that their trusted friends had put both Phyllis and Summer in jeopardy. Michael tried to explain that what he and Paul had done wasn't legal, but Phyllis was not appeased. She demanded that Lauren and Michael leave at once and took back her request to have them present at her wedding. Phyllis told Lauren and Michael that she never wanted to see either of them again.
Dru was anxious about her plans to capture Carmen Mesta on the security camera she was setting up and would not accept the results of DNA tests proving that the woman Dru claims to see lurking about is dead. After Dru left the room, David Chow stopped by to give Neil a file. When Neil went to his home office to get something for David, Dru returned and was livid to see David holding her security camera. She ordered David to leave and warned him that she would call the police. David shook his head and asked Neil how he could live with a lunatic. Lily, Devon and Daniel overheard David's remark as they entered the Winters' apartment. However, Dru brushed off her children's concern and asked about Colleen's condition. Lily told her parents that Kevin had been arrested for attempting to kill Colleen and that Carmen's driver's license had been found in Kevin's wallet, so Devon could be off the hook. However, Daniel pointed out the fact that there was no proof that Kevin did anything, but Dru considered Kevin's implication of guilt to be good news and believed that proof would be found. When Dru suggested they go to the hospital to question Colleen, who was still unconscious, Daniel defended Kevin, saying that Kevin had changed since his attempt on Colleen's life years ago. However, Dru refuted Daniel's claim and insisted that Kevin was more of a suspect that Devon could ever be. When Dru left the room to get her purse, Lily told Neil that she feared that Dru's emotional state was deteriorating. Lily and Devon both hoped that Dru would snap out of her delusions after Colleen connects Kevin to Carmen's murder. Later, after the Winters family returned from the hospital, Dru became hysterical when she thought that a plant had been moved. When she found no evidence of Carmen on her security camera, she became angry and blamed David Chow for having alerted Carmen. When her family tried to convince her that Carmen was dead, Dru lost control and screamed, "She is not dead! Why don't you all believe me? I'm not crazy; I'm not crazy! Why don't you believe me?"
As Kay and Jill discussed Jill's newly found son, Ji Min, thinking that Jill was ill, arrived with Korean chicken soup, along with business papers. Jill enjoyed the soup so much that Ji Min suggested the two go out for dinner now that he knew Jill wasn't ill. However, Jill received a phone call from Paul telling her that Cane had returned home, so she sneaked out of the mansion to go see him. As Ji Min questioned Kay about the way she managed Jabot, they suddenly realized Jill wasn't there. When Kay learned that Jill had left without telling anyone where she had gone, she knew that Jill had gone to see Cane. While Jill was away, Kay asked Ji Min if he'd left anyone special behind, but he said he hadn't met the right person yet. After Ji Min left, Jill returned home. Kay asked if Cane knew that Jill was his mother, but Jill explained that it wasn't the right time to tell him because Cane had just returned from his honeymoon with her new daughter-in-law.
After Amber and Cane return from Las Vegas, Amber jokingly suggested interior-design changes for Cane's sublet apartment. When Amber told Cane that he'd need to make room for her belongings, Cane panicked. However, Amber said she knew that their marriage was in name only. However, Cane said they'd have to come up with a plan to make the immigration officials believe otherwise. Amber's Internet research indicated that Cane should first contact his lawyer about his marriage. Amber explained that the officials would conduct an investigation, so Amber told Cane that she'd bring some of her belongings over to Cane's and suggested that they learn some detailed personal information about one another, just like the couple in the movie, "Green Card." While Cane stepped out to get something from his car, Amber phoned Daniel and told him about her Vegas wedding and gushed that her new hubby is a keeper unlike her previous husband. While Cane and Amber where showering, Jill knocked on the door. Cane answered and was surprised to see Jill, whom he recognized from Indigo. While Cane was out of the room dressing, Amber entered the living room, wrapped in a towel. Jill was surprised to see Amber, but Amber unabashedly announced that she and Cane were married as she flashed her wedding band at Jill. Jill, taken aback, quickly concocted a story about having come to ask about hiring Cane to tend bar at a party she was giving and abruptly left. Cane told Amber that he was curious about Jill's visit because she could have easily phoned about hiring him. However, Amber insisted that it was a very American thing to do to show up unannounced. After a suggestive conversation, Amber decided to go home, but she left her bra behind in Cane's apartment.