In Bermuda, Paul questioned David Chow's third ex-wife, Bitsy. Paul looked worried as Bitsy told him that although David's first wife, who was mentally ill, supposedly committed suicide, the second wife was killed in a car crash after someone tampered with the car's brakes. Bitsy said she was certain that David was a murderer. Bitsy explained that David was an expert at playing "Mr. Perfect," who would soon turn sinister after he married a rich woman, who'd eventually learn she was no longer wealthy. Bitsy claimed that David plotted carefully and played a grieving widower to the hilt. When Paul asked for proof, since Bitsy had mentioned using the services of a private investigator, Bitsy said that she burnt the report and didn't make copies. Bitsy told Paul that he had her word for proof, and she even claimed that she had spoken to the families of David's ex-wives. Paul looked stunned when Bitsy began talking about people without DNA infiltrating the government. Bitsy also calmly explained that aliens were running France. After Paul left Bitsy's, he called J.T. and told him that Bitsy had mental problems. Paul still worried that there was some truth in Bitsy's claims.
While they dined at the club, Nikki readily agreed when David suggested that they needed a home. David painted a romantic picture when he described their prospective home complete with a white picket fence. David told Nikki that he could see her playing on their grand piano as Nikki's grandchildren gathered to listen. Phyllis, who was at the club to work out, stopped by to chat with David and Nikki. Phyllis received a phone call about Nick's car crash, and she shared the upsetting news with Nikki and David. After Nikki left, Victoria and J.T. joined David. David told them about Nick's accident, and explained that Nick was all right. After David received a phone call from Walter, his bookie, David told J.T and Victoria that a friend from David's gambling-addiction support group needed help. After Nikki returned, David explained that his "friend" was doing better. Victoria noted that David had his briefcase, but David explained that it was just force of habit. David claimed that he and J.T. were very lucky men who had much to be grateful for. As David kissed Nikki, Victoria smiled, but she looked concerned.
At Restless Style's headquarters, Amber, as if she was trying to convince herself, proclaimed that it would be fine for Daniel to tour with Danny because she trusted Daniel to be faithful. After Danny showed up, Jack told Danny that Daniel was a great asset to the magazine. Daniel credited his success to people, like Jack, who stood by him. Daniel checked on Noah, who had accompanied his mother to the office. A troubled Noah admitted that he missed Cassie. Sharon brightened Noah and Daniel's moods after she announced that an anonymous donor had given a two-million-dollar gift to Cassie's Challenge. After Amber left, Danny, who had stopped by, told Daniel that he would be head photographer during Danny's tour. Daniel agreed to accompany his father. After Sharon left to see about Nick, Jack and Noah visited Cassie's grave.
At the ranch, Victor told Adam that he was still angry about Adam's bad business deal. Adam had hoped to talk to Victor over dinner since Sabrina was away. After Nikki summoned Victor to the hospital, Victor coldly told Adam, without further explanation, that Victor was going to see his son. After Sabrina returned, Adam told her that Victor went to see Nick. Adam quipped, "That man's mood changes with the weather."
Sabrina realized that Adam did not know the significance of the day, so Sabrina told Adam a little about Cassie, and that it was the third anniversary of Cassie's death. After Victor returned, Adam told Victor that he was sorry about Victor's loss. Addressing, Victor as "Dad," Adam told Victor that he was sorry that he never had the opportunity to meet Cassie. Victor said that "after a loved one passes away it makes one think about how ridiculous fights are." Adam told Victor that he was ready to listen anytime Victor needed him.
At the hospital, from a nearby exam room, Nick listened as a father comforted his young daughter, a patient who complained of pain. As Nick observed the family of the injured girl, he experienced a flashback and remembered singing to Cassie on her deathbed. Still stunned by the sudden return of memories, Nick relived the days prior to Cassie's accident when he urged Sharon to release Cassie from her grounding restriction. Nick was visibly shaken when he recalled a seriously injured Cassie in the hospital after the accident. Nick remembered how he blamed Daniel for the accident. Nick also remembered that Sharon accused Nick of pulling away after they lost Cassie. Mired in an avalanche of memories, Nick was startled when Nikki, Victor, and Phyllis asked him if he was okay. Nick assured them that he was. After Nick's doctor reported that the MRI scans indicated that Nick seemed fine, he was cleared to go home. After Daniel called and asked to meet with his mother, Nick encouraged Phyllis to see her son. Nikki went back to David, so Victor agreed to drive Nick home. Before Nick left, he called Sharon and insisted that he needed to talk to her at his place
After Victor brought Nick to the tack house, Sharon came. Nick told Sharon that his memories of Cassie's accident had returned. Nick apologized to Sharon for what had happened to their marriage when he pulled away from her after Cassie died. Nick told Sharon that when she needed him the most, he wasn't there for her. Sharon insisted that she had forgiven Nick, but Nick said that he would never forgive himself. Nick asked Sharon how she managed to go on with her life. Sharon explained that on difficult days like the anniversary of Cassie's death, she thought about Noah and considered what Cassie would want her to do. Sharon promised Nick that she would help him. Nick cupped Sharon's hand with his and said, "I don't deserve your kindness." "Yes you do," Sharon answered, "you were an amazing father to Cassie." Nick and Sharon visited Cassie's grave together and saw the memorial tokens friends and family had left as tributes. Together, Nick and Sharon considered what Cassie would be doing if she had lived. "Cassie's looking out for all of us today," Sharon proclaimed. Nick knelt down and cried, "Cassie, we love you so much, and we miss you." Sharon leaned against Nick's shoulder, as they both wept.