At Anna's, Robin got off the phone with Emma as the doorbell rang. She happily answered the door to Jason, and she promptly thanked him for helping to save Anna's life. He wondered how she and Anna were, and Robin replied that their relationship was a "work in progress." She hated that the brother she'd just found out about had stolen five years from Jason. She confided that Anna hadn't wanted Peter to face charges, so Robert had made it happen. She didn't want her brother to go to Steinmauer, but she still thought he deserved punishment for his crimes. Jason assured Robin that he had no intention of retaliating on Peter, out of respect for Robin and Anna.
Jason continued that he'd learned a lot about Anna, who he considered a friend. He respected the choices she'd made, and the consequences she'd carried for them. Robin thought that if Jason could drop his urge for revenge, maybe she could try to form a relationship with Peter. She thought that it would feel like a betrayal of Jason, but he told her that all of Peter's crimes were in the past. Changing the subject, Jason wondered why Robin had never told him that Sam and Patrick had almost been married. She invited him out to dinner if they never spoke of the subject again.
In Kevin's office, Ryan made a dinner reservation for himself and a "special guest" for that night. When he was off the phone, Franco burst into the office, claiming that he was "onto you." He continued that Kevin's offer of free therapy sessions as a wedding gift was just a way to get more information for his study. Ryan wondered if they had an appointment, but Franco reminded "Kevin" that he'd said to drop by whenever. Franco wondered if he would ever have a place with Elizabeth and her family, and when his history would ever stop "looming." "Never," Ryan said with a chuckle, shocking Franco.
"Who are you, and what have you done with Kevin?" Franco cracked, prompting Ryan to apologize if he'd been inappropriate. Ryan assured Franco that, while his past would always be with him, they would find a way to "channel your history towards a productive future." Franco felt that Kevin had led him to believe that sharing his feelings with Elizabeth would help. Franco thanked "Kevin,' who promised to see Franco soon, and Franco left.
When Franco was gone, Ryan got Franco's file out of Kevin's cabinet and looked through it. A few minutes later, there was a knock on the door, and Ryan smiled at the guest. He told his guest that their reservation was set, and he was glad she could make it on such short notice. Lucy replied that she would always do anything for him.
Oscar helped clean up after the party, and Kim asked about his hand. He said it hurt a little, but he had to go work on his project for school. Kim informed him that they weren't done talking about the fight he'd been in, because they needed to discuss consequences. Oscar assumed that Elizabeth wasn't "freak[ed] out" over Cameron, and Kim immediately picked up her phone to call Elizabeth.
Cameron entered the hospital with a hat on, and Elizabeth wondered what was on his face. She took his hat off and wondered how the cut on his eyebrow had happened. He claimed that he'd been messing around and tripped on a rock. Just then, Elizabeth's phone went off, and she answered it to Kim, who informed Elizabeth about Oscar and Cameron's fight. Elizabeth thanked Kim for the information and hung up. Elizabeth called Cameron on his lie, and he apologized for lying. She demanded to know why they'd fought, and she figured out that the fight had been over Josslyn.
A few minutes later, Elizabeth knew the whole story, and she scolded Cameron for kissing Josslyn without consent. He walked away to do homework as Franco approached, and Elizabeth promised to update Franco later over wine. Franco enlightened Elizabeth about his visit with Kevin, and he admitted that he'd been feeling insecure about being a father figure to her boys. She appreciated him sharing his feelings, and she assured him that he was doing all right. Franco continued that her hug with Drew had looked "intense," and he wondered what it had been about. Because they'd promised not to keep secrets from each other, she informed him that Oscar had a "malignant brain tumor."
Oscar accused Kim of ruining his life, and he asked to stay another night with Drew. Kim and Drew agreed that it was all right, and Oscar left in a huff. Kim wished Drew a happy birthday and left the house. She arrived home a short while later and began to cry. There was a knock on her door, and Drew appeared in the doorway to take care of some "unfinished business." Drew wanted to tell Oscar about his illness, but Kim countered that Oscar's birthday was approaching, so they should wait.
Kim felt like Drew was trying to tell her what to do at the last minute, but he reminded her that she was no longer raising Oscar alone. She pleaded with Drew to let Oscar celebrate one last birthday without a "dark cloud lingering." Drew finally agreed, and he pulled a frustrated Kim into a comforting hug.
Josslyn texted Oscar and asked if their plans to work on their English project were still on. A short while later, she arrived at the Quartermaines' and wondered why his location had changed. He showed his hand to her and explained about the fight he'd had with Cameron. She gently reminded him that he hadn't had to fight Cameron, as she had a mind of her own. He wondered why she hadn't told him, and she replied that she hadn't wanted to upset him over nothing, but clearly, finding out from Cameron had been much worse for Oscar. "Do you like Cameron?" Oscar wondered.
Josslyn confirmed that she liked Cameron, "but that doesn't mean I wanna be with him. I wanna be with you. Don't you know that by now?" Oscar sheepishly admitted that he needed a reminder once in a while. Josslyn insisted that she'd shut Cameron down immediately, and he apologized for fighting over her. She was sorry that he'd felt the need to, and she joked that she'd thought he was a lover and not a fighter. He replied that he was somewhere in between. "As long as you're with me," Josslyn said. "Always," he answered, and they shared a kiss.
Jordan and Margaux entered Sonny's to talk to Mike about Charlie's. Sonny reminded them about Mike's illness, and Carly added that questioning would exacerbate Mike's condition. Margaux continued to ask about the body stashed in the basement, but Sonny refused to let Mike talk without a lawyer. Mike insisted that he was all right to answer questions, as he had nothing to hide.
Mike told Jordan and Margaux that he walked by Charlie's every night and thought it was a nice place, so he'd been in the pub to see about getting his daughter a job. Margaux clarified that Kristina was his granddaughter, but Mike laughed that he was talking about his daughter Courtney, as Kristina was still in diapers. Margaux reminded Mike that Courtney had been dead for over twelve years, and the statement set Mike off into a yelling, crying mess. Jordan apologized profusely for setting Mike off, and the women left, promising to be in touch.
Sonny and Carly sat on the couch with Mike to comfort him, until he started laughing. "Was I good or was I good?" he asked mischievously. Shocking Sonny and Carly, he explained that he'd done what he'd had to do in order to make the good days he had left count. Mike continued that he was trying to fix everything he'd done so he would no longer be a burden. He asked Sonny to make an appointment to visit one of the facilities. Sonny tearfully agreed and hugged his father.
Outside of Sonny's, Margaux wondered if they could have gotten any information out of Mike if they'd pressed more. Jordan informed her that, after the episode Mike had had, any statement of his would be challenged in court. She assured Margaux that, if they were lucky, the bullet from the body would lead to the killer.
• Sonny wants to know what Mike remembers.
• “Don’t tell Josslyn about this,” Oscar tells Cameron.
• Carly thinks that Elizabeth is a hypocrite.
• Margaux wants to get the son-of-a-bitch who killed her father.