In Nick's hotel suite in Paris, Phyllis discovered that her cell phone would not work, so she left a note for Nick to meet her at the Pyramide du Louvre. Phyllis met with French model Juliette for a photo session set up in the Louvre's courtyard. Juliette posed in various stylish fashions for a future cover for Restless Style. Phyllis was disappointed after Nick failed to show up at the shoot, and Juliette was sorry she had not met Nick. After the shoot was finished, Juliette offered to give Phyllis a lift to her hotel, but Phyllis insisted that she would rather walk and enjoy the sights of Paris.
After Sharon and Nick toured the Musée du Louvre, they strolled through the Tuileries Gardens. Sharon surprised Nick when she admitted she had never visited Paris. Nick insisted that he and Sharon tour a few of his favorite Paris highlights and enjoy dinner. While they dined, Sharon and Nick discussed Victor, and Nick told Sharon that Nikki had sent Ashley to search for his father. Nick added that he hoped Ashley could get through to Victor.
Nick told Sharon that he felt "normal" with her, and Sharon said she felt the same way with him. Sharon added that they had weathered Victor's disappearances before, and they would this time as well. Nick whisked Sharon away to show her more of Paris.
While Nick and Sharon enjoyed the sights of Paris from a bateau-mouche on the Seine River, strains of an accordion player's rendition of "La Vie En Rose" reminded Sharon of a long-held dream. Nick smiled when Sharon said she had watched old movies set in Paris and had fantasized about hearing the familiar love song when she and Nick visited Paris together someday. Sharon rubbed her hands together to warm them, so Nick took Sharon's hands in his.
Near Notre Dame Cathedral, Ashley spotted a stoic Victor. Ashley ran to Victor and embraced him warmly. Victor expressed no emotion and asked, "What are you doing here?" Ashley explained that she had spoken to Father Dominique at the church. Ashley added that she knew where to search after she discovered the prayer card of Saint Raymond that Victor had left behind.
Ashley asked Victor if he had searched for solace at the church. Victor responded, "What if I told you that I was guilty as sin?" Ashley insisted that Victor was not guilty because she knew him too well to believe that. Ashley admitted that Nikki believed that Victor had killed Walter Palin.
Ashley followed Victor as he walked over a bridge above the Seine River. Ashley pleaded with Victor to talk about his grief. After Victor nearly collapsed, Ashley led Victor to a nearby café and ordered a meal. Victor ate after Ashley begged him to take one bite. After Victor ate, he paid the tab. Ashley noticed that Victor looked stronger after he had eaten.
Victor ordered Ashley to leave and not tell anyone that he was in Paris. Ashley reminded Victor that many people loved him, including his children. Victor ran along the wharf near the Seine, and Ashley followed. Ashley told Victor that she knew he had loved Sabrina dearly when she had seen them together at their wedding. Victor admitted that he "went after the scum" who had murdered Sabrina, and that he'd even prayed, but nothing eased his pain.
Victor said that losing Sabrina and the baby had made him feel just as alone as he had the day his mother had left him at the orphanage. Ashley told Victor that if he gave up, she would lose the close relationship they had shared for many years. Ashley embraced Victor and told him that he was not alone. Victor enveloped Ashley in his arms and kissed her on the lips.
Eden and Noah visited Hemingway's favorite Parisian bookshop. Eden thought about her Parisian-born mother and wondered if her mother had visited the same bookshop. Noah and Eden later strolled though the Père Lachaise Cemetery, where Eden begged Noah to snap her photo as she stood near Jim Morrison's grave. Eden explained that her father had loved Morrison and his rock group, the Doors. Noah mentioned that he would like to meet Eden's father. After Eden hotly nixed the idea, Noah was confused. Eden's temper softened, and she explained that her father was in jail.
Kevin returned to the coffeehouse with Katherine's purse and the $75,000 in cash Katherine had intended to pay for Marge's stint in alcohol rehab. Kevin recalled that Katherine had sworn him to secrecy about returning the money to her at the mansion, and he was puzzled after no one answered the door. Kevin became annoyed after Daniel and Amber questioned him about the money. When Amber asked if Jana was at home, Kevin blasted, "No, she's gone," as a response.
After Kevin retreated to the storeroom, Amber noted that Kevin's response reminded of her the man who had answered Katherine's cell phone. Amber told Daniel that when she had asked the man about Katherine, he had gruffly responded, "She's gone." Daniel sighed, but Amber was convinced that Kevin might be involved with Katherine's mysterious disappearance.
At the Chancellor estate, Jill, Nikki, and Esther worried about Katherine. Jill showed a police detective a photo of the missing Katherine and pleaded with the officer to keep his investigation quiet. Jill explained that the public could not know that Katherine had been drinking and driving. After the police officer left, Jill blamed booze for Katherine's recent episodes of confusion. Nikki checked the call log on Katherine's cell phone.
Nikki first phoned Amber and learned that she had not seen Katherine. Amber mentioned the man who had answered Katherine's cell phone. Jill theorized that the man was the bartender. Nikki only told Amber that Katherine had lost her phone. When Nikki phoned Kevin, he lied that he had gone to meet Katherine at home to check problems with her computer. Kevin added that Katherine had not been at home when he'd stopped by. After Jill and Nikki left to search for Katherine, Esther prayed for Katherine's safe return.
Amber fretted about the reason Kevin was meeting with Katherine. Kevin finally admitted that the meeting had never taken place. Kevin ordered Amber to leave him alone, but he later apologized. Amber and Daniel left to search for Katherine. Kevin returned to the storeroom and fondled the stacks of money in Katherine's purse. Kevin admitted that he could think of seventy-five thousand things to do with the money, but he stuffed the cash back into Katherine's purse and said, "Where are you, Mrs. Chancellor?"
As Katherine drove Marge to a rehabilitation facility during a rainstorm, Marge worried about the weather and begged Katherine to turn back because she had not said goodbye to her friend, Murphy. Katherine assured Marge that she could phone her friend from the facility. Suddenly, the headlights of an oncoming car blinded Katherine and forced her BMW off the road. After the accident, Katherine's crumpled car finally stopped on a rocky surface under thick trees. Inside the car, faintly lit by the console lights, a bloodied hand with five perfectly polished, manicured nails reached out and grasped the dashboard.