Kendall tried to squirm out of a tight corner after Leo filled Trey in on Greenlee's suspicions. Trey forced Kendall to admit that she'd been spreading the story about him committing arson. Leo berated his big brother after finding him behind bars once again. Kendall encouraged Trey to come clean about his crime then punched him out when he finally confessed to burning down Erica's house. As she raged at Trey, Kendall received a call confirming that she and her roommate were indeed sister and brother.
Erica ordered Vanessa to explain how she'd known what Richard's victim had been wearing on the night she'd been raped. Vanessa eavesdropped as Chris warned Erica that she was interfering in an ongoing investigation by the Feds.
Anna caught David trying to sneak the serum out of her office, but the doctor smashed the vial before his ex could confiscate it. Anna lit into Jackson for lying to her about the disposition of the evidence bag. David urged Leo to join Greenlee in Paris and forget about his troublesome family for good.
Tad went to Liza with a crisis. The Chandler Enterprise stockholders were becoming antsy. He thought they needed to discuss what to do. While Tad was talking, Adam walked in with Colby and began talking lovey-dovey to Liza. Tad was speechless. They all had breakfast with Marian and Stuart, who seemed to think it is perfectly normal for Adam to fix Liza's tea and for her to cast him loving glances. Tad was confused and thought they'd all gone insane.
However, as soon as Marion and Stuart took Colby to school, the bickering between Liza and Adam began. Adam left, and Liza explained to Tad that it was Stuart, Marian, and Mia's idea that she and Adam put up a front for Colby. To Liza's surprise, Tad took Stuart's side. He believed Liza had a pretty good life and shouldn't waste her time on stupid things. She thought Tad should take his own advice and gave him the week off work.
After Tad left, Liza asked Adam if they could talk. She asked if he remembered what it had been like between them before. He did, and they both hated what it had become. She said she was willing to meet Adam halfway. Before Adam could say anything, the doorbell rang. It was Assistant D.A. Carol Miller with a subpoena for Liza. She said they were investigating Liza on charges of embezzlement.
Edmund and Brooke compared notes they'd gathered on amnesia and its treatments. Brooke felt it was time they discussed what had happened between them. She thought it was time they took the next step: end their marriage. After some discussion, Edmund agreed to call his lawyer. Isabella walked in to give her two cents on the situation. According to her priest, Father Claude, a divorce was not enough; Edmund needed to get the marriage declared invalid.
When Isabella left, Edmund told Brooke he'd read her letter, and it had helped clarify things for him. He admired how she'd helped with the children and done research on amnesia. Most of all, she'd shown grace. He was grateful for that. Tad walked in, and when he saw they were still working together, he asked Brooke whose idea it was. Tad told her not to become a martyr. She needed to focus on her own life, not Edmund's. Tad asked Brooke to have dinner with him and Jamie.
Hayley took Enzo to the hospital for his post-op checkup. Maria spotted Enzo and commented what a cute little boy he was. Maria then saw Hayley and recognized her from television and from the wedding. They began to talk, and Maria realized that Enzo was the little boy who needed the liver transplant. She put two and two together and figured out that Hayley was Mateo's wife. Hayley was sympathetic to Maria and didn't expect them to have a family reunion or anything. That put Maria at ease. She told Hayley she was working at the hospital as a nurse's aide in the pediatric ward.
Mateo walked in and couldn't believe his ears -- his doctor sister was working as an aide. He told Maria she'd been the first in the family to go to college, and he reminisced about how proud they'd been of her. When he learned that Maria was living at the Pine Cone, Mateo offered the condo next door to them. Maria had no intention of taking charity, but Mateo said he owed her for all the things she'd ever done for him. It wouldn't be charity at all. Maria hesitated but accepted his offer.
When Maria went back to the motel, Aidan stopped to check on her. She told him about her day at work. Then she told him about taking the condo. She was having second thoughts about living next door to an overprotective, macho brother. She hated to turn him down, though, and disappoint him again. She was tired of disappointing everyone. Aidan remarked that she had never disappointed him, not even once.
Isabella took Maddie to visit her mother. When Maddie opened the door, they saw Maria and Aidan kissing. Edmund showed up, as well, and all three stood there, staring at Maria and Aidan.
The new assistant District Attorney served Liza with a subpoena, which surprised her greatly. The woman told Liza and Adam that Jackson wanted the facts from the Chandler Enterprise embezzlement. Adam said it wouldn't be worth prosecuting Liza for the small amount of money that was missing. The assistant D.A. said she had no plans to prosecute Liza for the moment but to be prepared. "If she's innocent, she has nothing to fear," she said as she walked out the door. Adam yelled at her, "This is a witch hunt!" and slammed the door.
Liza told Adam to drop the act and said that it was his fault. They argued about the missing money, and Liza said she had just been protecting Colby. Adam said Colby was just as much his child as she was Liza's. Then he almost sounded repentant and said, "You'll never trust me, and I don't blame you." Liza was suspicious. He said he'd made many promises to change but had never followed through and never would.
Adam said he'd do everything all over again for his kids. Liza said she had no regrets over the money stolen for Colby. Adam wondered what the difference was between them. She said it was that she had a conscience and he didn't. Adam replied, "I am you; you are me." She said not anymore. Adam said they still were, and he wanted to help her.
Adam said he wanted Liza to stay with him and see that there was still a chance for them. He claimed that he had nothing to do with the D.A.'s interest in Liza. Liza said that to trust him was to take a great risk. Adam said if she would trust him, he would get the whole embezzlement matter dropped.
Jackson met with Kendall at Trey's apartment. She told him that Trey had admitted to burning Erica's house down and that his father was Richard Fields. Kendall said that Trey cared about what she thought and that he wouldn't leave town. Jackson was skeptical and said Trey was with Vanessa right then, possibly saying goodbye.
Kendall said she'd lost Ryan because of Trey, and she offered to testify against him. Jack told her she couldn't because she had been convicted of perjury. He told Kendall to go after Trey and get him to talk about setting the fire. Jackson said he would have the apartment bugged, and they would get the information on tape. Kendall agreed and left to get Trey.
In Vanessa's room, Trey tried to get her to talk about Richard Fields. She told him some things were better left in the past. Trey told her that he and Kendall had been tested, and t they were half-brother and sister. He demanded to know what Richard Fields had been like, saying, "Tell me about my father!" Vanessa said he'd been handsome and famous.
Trey asked if Vanessa had loved Richard, but she declined to answer. He asked how they'd gotten together, and Vanessa said they'd met at a party and that he'd promised to help her career. But actually, Richard Fields had needed her; he had needed to be seen with a "grown-up woman." Trey wondered if there was more to the man than just being a child molester, but Vanessa couldn't really answer that. She did tell him that other than being handsome and having the same voice as Richard Fields, Trey was nothing like his father. She told him that evil was not inherited. Trey responded, "I have Richard Fields as my father, you as my mother. What chance do I have?"
Kendall arrived and listened outside the door as Trey and Vanessa argued about Richard Fields. Vanessa said she wished she could tell Trey the man was everything he wanted him to be, but she couldn't. Trey said he'd survive and that there was only one person who could understand how he felt, and that was Kendall. However, he said Kendall hated him because he had lied to her and hurt her. Vanessa was a little shocked and said, "You really care about her, don't you?" She told him he was better than his father because he cared about another person.
Trey left the room and found Kendall in the hallway. She said she needed to talk to him, but he wanted to be alone. Kendall asked what Vanessa had told him about their father. He said Vanessa had said they'd loved each other and that Richard hadn't been all bad. Kendall said when she'd met him, he'd been a wolf in sheep's clothing. Trey said they should try to remember him as a "tortured genius." Kendall asked, "So there's hope for us?" Trey answered, "There's always hope."
Trey told Kendall they should go home and talk about their situation. As they left, the cop on duty called someone and said they were on their way. When they arrived at the apartment, they stood outside for a moment. Trey said they were family, and he felt close to her. He commented that he'd told her about setting fire to Erica's house and that she could've gone straight to the police, but she hadn't. "We're family -- not a traditional one, but I'll prove to you that you can trust me," he said to Kendall. That got to Kendall, and when he started to walk into the bugged apartment, she stopped him and told him not to go in.
Edmund, Isabella, and Maddie watched from the doorway as Maria and Aidan kissed. They pulled apart, and Maria saw the audience. Maddie turned to Edmund and asked, "Daddy, why is angel Mommy kissing Aidan?" Edmund looked to Maria and said, "Would you like to take that one, angel Mommy?" Maria stood up, and Isabella took Maddie to the vending machines.
Edmund demanded to know "what the hell" was going on, and Maria told him it was none of his business. They argued, and Maria asked Aidan to leave them alone for a moment. When they were alone, a very angry Edmund said that for the past five years, Maddie had been praying to her angel mommy and kissing her picture every night. Maria said she'd never hurt Maddie, but Edmund said she just had and that she was shutting them all out. Maria got a little miffed and said she didn't know Edmund and couldn't pretend that he meant something to her when he didn't. Edmund was very hurt by the statement.
Isabella knocked on the door and said Maddie was very upset. Edmund went to her, and Isabella stayed with Maria. She smiled at her daughter and said she still couldn't believe she was actually looking at Maria again. Maria was uncomfortable. Isabella started being a mother hen and insisting that Maria shouldn't be living in a place like the Pine Cone. Maria replied, "Don't worry about me, ma'am." Isabella got very upset that Maria had called her ma'am, and Maria got a little angry. She said, "I know they've told you about my memory. You mean about as much to me as that cup over there!"
Isabella was grief-stricken and Maria quickly tried to apologize. Isabella said she understood, and Maria said she was worried that she'd never get her memory back. Isabella told her that Edmund loved her so much that he'd wait forever. Maria said she realized that, and she told her mother she needed to let Edmund get back to the life he'd had when he'd thought she was dead.
Isabella begged Maria not to leave Pine Valley. She promised not to push her anymore and even offered to call her Maureen. Maria said Isabella didn't have to do that, and Isabella was thankful. Maria said Isabella was "such a nice lady" and that she was lucky to have had Isabella for a mother. Isabella said that all the memories were waiting to get out, and she'd had a blessed life. Maria said she couldn't get it back, but her mother told her to start over and make new memories.
Isabella said that Maria's place was there with Edmund and the children. Then she spoke to Maria in Spanish, and Maria responded in Spanish. Isabella was overjoyed, and they hugged. Maria seemed happy about it, too. Isabella called it a sign that memories were going to return to Maria. "All we need is faith, love, and time, and time is up to you," she told Maria.
Outside, Edmund talked to Maddie. He tried to explain that Maria wasn't really an angel, that she was real and hadn't died in the accident like they had thought. He said Maria could be with them, but Maddie said Maria was with Aidan. She asked if Aidan was going to be her new daddy. Edmund told her no; he would always be her daddy and would love her forever. They went back to the motel room and knocked on the door.
Isabella opened the door and turned to Maria, asking if she would see Maria again. Maria said she was sure she would. Isabella happily told Edmund that Maria had spoken to her in Spanish, and she left with Maddie. Maria started to tell Edmund that she didn't want to talk, but he walked on in. He said they had some things to get straight and told her that Maddie couldn't see something like that again.
Maria told Edmund to call before heading over so it wouldn't happen again. Then she said, "That woman begged me to stay," and Edmund angrily interrupted her to remind her that "that woman" was her devoted mother. Maria reminded him that they were all strangers to her and then told him, "If I'm not Maureen Gorman, I'm no one!" She told Edmund that she was sick of his patience, understanding, and pity. He told her that she didn't want him to "let loose," but she told him to let it out.
Edmund screamed at Maria to shut up, and Aidan knocked on the door, telling them that their shouting could be heard outside. Edmund shut the door then started to vent some of his frustrations out on Maria. He yelled that she'd said she would try to remember, and Maria said she couldn't pretend to be something she was not. Edmund said, "If you hurt my little girl, I swear..." Maria yelled, "What?" and Edmund told her it had taken every ounce of self-control he had. He stopped talking and just took Maria in his arms, kissing her with all the pent-up passion he had. Aidan watched through the window.
Mia and Jake were preparing to go to a movie when Jake was beeped. As he went to make his phone call, Frank bumped into Mia. He mistakenly called her "Rocky" before Mia whispered to him not to call her that. He ducked away from her as Jake watched the interaction between the two.
Maggie showed up to talk to Anna as she left her office. Anna apologized for not calling her sooner, and Maggie sarcastically said, "Yeah, between island divorces and arresting the father of your child." When Anna asked if she wanted to go home and talk about it, Maggie responded, "Home? What home?" Leo and David interrupted, as David had just been bailed out. David told Maggie that he was a free man, and Anna responded, "Not for long." Leo chewed him out for flaunting his freedom in front of Anna, and David said he was just happy to see Maggie. He invited his cousin out to celebrate, and the two of them left, with David telling Anna to get some rest.
After David and Maggie were gone, Leo turned to Anna and asked her to hear him out about David. When she refused, he told her that he and Greenlee were leaving town as soon as she returned from Paris, and he didn't want that hanging over their heads. Anna still refused to talk to him. Leo responded that he didn't think David was going to hurt anyone, and he wouldn't have stolen the evidence if he did think so. Anna turned to him and asked, "You stole the evidence?"
Leo backpedaled and said that Jackson had falsely accused him of stealing the evidence, so it had to have just been a Freudian slip. She said that it was a good thing Freudian slips weren't admissible in court. He changed the subject and told Anna that he would miss her, and he made one last plea for her to forgive David. She told him that she just couldn't, and she wished him luck in Paris with Greenlee. They hugged each other as they said goodbye.
After Leo left, Jackson walked up and asked Anna if she was all right. She told him that Leo had told her something, but she assured him that it wouldn't stand up in court. Jackson told her that it was fine with him. She broke down in tears and told him that she had just found out Leo was leaving, and she was feeling lonely because of that. Jackson told him that there were plenty of women in her shoes that would feel the same way, and he'd be happy to talk about it over a couple of steaks. After some prodding, she agreed to go with him.
Trey questioned Kendall about why he couldn't go inside. Finally, she admitted that the loft was bugged. She went on and told Trey that she might not have been able to go through with the set-up, but that didn't mean she was going to let him get away with what he'd done. She opened up her door and walked inside as Trey looked after her apprehensively. Kendall began shouting, "Attention, eavesdroppers, Trey found out about the bugs, so please send in the exterminators." A few minutes later, Carol, the assistant district attorney, entered the loft, chewed out Kendall for wasting tax dollars, and told her that Jackson wouldn't be happy about it. After she left, Kendall handed Trey a notebook and told him to make a list of every lie he'd ever told since entering Pine Valley.
Tad ordered a bottle of wine as he and Brooke sat down to dinner at the Valley Inn. He told her that he wouldn't mind seeing her return to the days of old and asked how long she was going to beat herself up. She told him that she didn't deserve to be happy after what she'd done to Edmund. Tad told her that Edmund was not so bad off. He told her that he would trade places with Edmund if it meant he could have Dixie again. He continued telling Brooke that Edmund needed to get over what had happened to him and realize that good people made mistakes.
Tad and Brooke didn't notice Jamie walk up to their table until he said, "Would everyone quit talking about freaking Edmund Grey!" Brooke tried to tell him that Edmund's life had turned upside down, and Jamie told her to quit defending him. She tried to reason with him, and she remembered back to his reaction when she'd first told him about Maria. Brooke returned to reality when Tad asked, "What is he doing here?" She turned in her chair and saw David enter the dining room with Maggie.
Aidan continued watching as Edmund and Maria kissed. Edmund broke away and apologized, saying it shouldn't have happened. Maria responded that it was not fair, all the emptiness between them. She added that he was making her want to be the woman he remembered. She added that she didn't want to give him false hope, and Edmund told her that they could take it at her speed. She told him that wasn't the issue. She felt what he felt for Maria, and Maria had to have been an incredibly lucky person.
Maria told Edmund that she wanted to become a whole, complete person as much as he wanted to have his Maria back. Edmund asked her, "How can we achieve that?" Maria assured him that they would have to take it one day at a time, and he told her that he could do that. He also promised no more surprise visits from any of the "Santos clan." When he asked her if it would be okay to go out sometime, she responded that she would like that. Edmund said that the evening had done a 180, and he kissed her hand goodbye. She opened the door of her room, where Aidan was waiting, and saw him turn toward her.
Mia and Jake were sitting in B.J.'s when she noticed that something was wrong with him. Jake told her that he probably shouldn't tell her, since they'd just gotten her out from under Liza and Adam's thumb. Simone interrupted them and announced that she was waiting tables, and they ordered two drinks. After she left, Mia turned back to Jake and asked, "Now, what was bothering you?" He finally spat out, "Frank Hubbard." He asked her, "What have you got going on with him?"
Zeke walked into B.J.'s and asked for a table for one. Simone turned around to greet him and shyly told him that he had inside connections there. Zeke gave her an angry look. He told her that she'd "spent four years at journalism school for this," and asked her if it was payback. She sarcastically responded that she'd taken the job just to get back at her father. She became upset with him and asked him if he wanted "smoking, nonsmoking, or to go home."
Frankie walked up and stood behind Zeke, listening. He finally made his presence known by saying, "Hello, Dr. McMillan." Zeke said that he realized why Simone was putting on a show. He left, and Frank told Simone not to bother going after him. She told him that she only took orders for drinks or food as she turned on her heels and walked away.
Maggie was ripping into Anna while sitting down to dinner with David. She said that everyone should be thanking him for saving Maria's life, not crucifying him for trying to protect himself. While she was talking, he remembered back five years to the time he had found Maria, while he'd been burying something on the beach.
Tad watched Maggie and David and told Brooke and Jamie that his appetite was gone. Brooke acknowledged how weird it was that she was thinking about David, and in he walked. Tad told her to start thinking of a noose or lethal injection instead. Jamie asked if they could leave, but Tad said he didn't want to give David the satisfaction of watching them go.
Mia acted dumb toward Jake and responded, "Jake Hubbard?" Jake said she'd heard him call her Rocky, but before she could respond, Frank walked up. He said hello to Jake, and Jake said that they had just been talking about him.
Maria let Aidan into her room and said that she felt like she had just been hit by a truck. He empathized with her and said that he'd let her get some sleep, and they could talk in the morning. She stopped him, however, and said that she needed to let him know what had just happened. Maria told him that she and Edmund had connected. She said that she'd made a decision that night. She wanted to remember being Maria Santos Grey. She had to give it her best shot.
After making his list of lies, Trey told Kendall that it wouldn't hold up in court. She told him that it didn't need to, because she'd just give a copy to Maggie or Erica if he ever crossed her again. She told him that Ryan was the one man who could pull her around the corner and make her improve herself, and she'd lost him, thanks to Trey. She said that she'd done a lot of awful things, but she wondered if she really deserved what he'd done to her. Before Trey could answer, there was a knock on the door. Startled, Trey said, "You really played me after all."
When Trey answered the door, he found an exuberant Leo saying that he was ready to party after getting David out of jail. He saw Kendall with her head held low and asked them what was going on. Kendall said that Ryan being gone just hit her hard. Leo suggested that they all hit the town to party, but Trey said he had to look at something first. He pulled the notebook out of Kendall's hands, against her wishes, and told Leo to take a look at it. Leo began reading Trey's list of lies.
David tried to defend Anna to Maggie and said that he'd done some bad stuff to her. He said that she would come around when she was given some time. Maggie said that that was possible, as long as she was thinking by herself. She gestured toward the door, and David turned in his seat and saw Anna and Jackson walk in. David was visibly upset as he watched them get seated. He commented to Maggie that she should at least be more subtle about it. Maggie asked if he really thought she was into him. He said that Jackson had to think she was.
Frank found Simone by the bar and asked if she was really mad at him for defending her to her father. Simone told him that she was not mad at him; however, it was her first night, and she needed to make a good first impression. Frank was relieved and told her that she'd make a great impression in that outfit. When she asked him what he wanted to drink, he told her that he wanted a "Working Woman" -- something so strong it might knock you on your.... She smiled and told him that she'd see if the bartender could make it.
Mia confessed to Jake that she'd known Frank "ages ago." He continued to grill her, and she got defensive. She told him that she'd known Frank when they'd been just kids. Jake said that there had been secrets ever since she'd arrived in town. After remembering about her child and Trey's involvement, he asked her, "Is Trey the father of your child?"
Edmund arrived at B.J.'s, ordered a steak, and pulled out his cell phone to make a call.
Tad paid his bill at the Valley Inn when Brooke's cell phone rang. It was Edmund asking her if the interviews with the memory experts were in a secure file at Tempo. He said that he planned to do a few hours of work that night. She said that she'd meet him there, and they could work on it together. After hanging up the phone, she was greeted with sour looks from Tad and Jamie. Tad said that he wasn't even going to waste his breath as he led the way out of the restaurant.
Jackson noticed David was sitting across the room from him and Anna, and he told Anna that room service might have been better. She said she'd known he was there, and Jackson said David looked like his head might explode. Anna said that she hoped he slipped up and did something incriminating that night. She recalled all that David had gone through to destroy that vial, and she surmised that he obviously cared more about it than about her or her child. When Jackson confirmed that David was looking at her, she turned in her seat and made eye contact with him. David continued staring back.
At Tempo, Edmund entered Brooke's office as she was working on her laptop. He told her he had decided he had been going about it the wrong way in trying to get Maria back. He believed he first needed to get to know Maureen. He asked Brooke if she would help him, and she agreed. Edmund wanted to know what Brooke had found out about Maureen in Nevada, and Brooke told him what she knew. Edmund decided to go to his office to read the information Brooke had put on the computer. After Edmund left, Brooke decided to go to the hospital. She left a note for Edmund, telling him where she had gone.
At the Pine Cone Motel, Aidan told Maureen that he'd seen her kissing Edmund. He believed she wanted her husband back. Maureen explained that she'd felt the magic that she and Edmund had to have shared when they'd been married. She had decided she wanted to find out who Maria was and asked Aidan to stand by her. He promised he would.
Maureen was wound up and couldn't sleep, so she went to the hospital to do some paperwork. She phoned Dr. MacMillan and asked for his help in getting her memory back. Brooke had arrived at the hospital and overhead Maureen making the appointment with Dr. MacMillan. As soon as Maureen hung up the phone, Brooke asked if Maureen would help her with her theory on her memory loss. Maureen agreed.
Anna was having dinner with Jackson at the Valley Inn. David was there, as well, with his cousin, Maggie. However, David couldn't eat his dinner because he was preoccupied with watching Anna and Jackson. Maggie carried on a one-sided conversation until she realized David wasn't listening to her.
Anna wasn't sure what David was up to. She decided David had to be scared she would find out what had been in the formula vial he'd broken in her office. Jackson was skeptical the police lab would have the tools to analyze the serum. Anna was determined to find out what had been in the vial. Jackson tried to get Anna's focus away from David and teased her into ordering the most expensive item on the menu.
David wanted to interrupt Anna and Jackson, but Maggie wanted him to leave them alone. David finally couldn't stand it any longer and barged over to Anna's table. He taunted her then goaded Jackson. Jackson stood up from the table, and David took a swing at him. Anna stepped between them. Maggie stepped over to calm David down. Anna and Jackson decided to leave the dining room. David told Maggie he was sure Anna still loved him, and he was determined to convince Anna to stay with him.
At the undisclosed hotel, Vanessa was going through a box of chocolates, trying to decide which one to eat. Suddenly, the door opened, and Greenlee stormed into her room. She slammed the door, startling Vanessa. Greenlee was fuming about the message Vanessa had left on the phone at the condo, asking Leo to go see her because she had something important to tell him. Greenlee demanded Vanessa leave Leo alone and told Vanessa she'd erased the message. Leo was not going to see her ever. In fact, they were going to move to Paris.
Greenlee demanded Vanessa tell her what was so important that she wanted to tell Leo. Vanessa said it had to be said in person. Greenlee didn't buy it. She countered that, in fact, Vanessa had lost her phone privileges. Greenlee's grandfather had called in a favor and had the FBI disconnect Vanessa's phone.
Vanessa begged Greenlee to let her talk to Leo. She had a going-away present for him. Greenlee declared that Vanessa would never see Leo again and left the hotel. Vanessa talked to herself. She declared, "You're not going to take Leo anywhere, and you won't get on the plane, either. I'll see to that." She threw the box of chocolates across the room.
Leo confronted Trey in Trey's condo. Trey confessed that he had set Erica's house on fire. Leo was furious and reminded Trey that Bianca had almost died in the fire. Trey defended himself. He hadn't known Bianca had been there.
Leo shoved Trey against the wall. Kendall goaded Leo on and told him to hit Trey. Leo ignored Kendall and demanded answers from Trey. Leo looked at the list of bad deeds Trey had written down at Kendall's request. He couldn't believe all the bad things Trey had done. "You have been playing me," Leo shouted at Trey as he threw the tablet at Trey. Trey told Leo all he'd wanted had been to make Vanessa pay for abandoning him as a baby.
Leo could not believe Kendall was not going to press charges against Trey for framing her for setting the fire. Leo called Lieutenant Frey on his cell phone to turn Trey in, but before he could talk to the detective, Kendall grabbed the phone away from him. Leo was confused until Kendall told him that Trey was her brother as well as his.
Leo was stunned. He wanted to know the details. Trey explained that he and Kendall had the same father but different mothers. Leo was concerned Fields might be his father, as well. Trey explained that Leo's father could not have been Richard Fields, as Vanessa's affair with Fields had been short-term. Trey realized he needed to take responsibility for his bad behavior and misdeeds and agreed to take his punishment.
Trey lamented that he'd lost whatever family he'd had as Kendall gave him the photo album he had hidden away. Trey went through the pictures, talking about how the Kenyon family had accepted him as one of their own. Leo questioned Trey about the real Trey Kenyon's death. Ben Sheppard, the one everyone called Trey, told the story of how the real Trey had gone out on the lake in a boat with some friends, and a storm had suddenly arisen, drowning Trey.
Greenlee entered Trey's condo, glad she had found Leo. She commented on how cozy the group seemed to be: Kendall, Trey, and Leo. Leo told her she was right; Trey had set fire to Erica's house.
Vanessa pulled down the covers of her bed and called to the guard outside her room. When he entered the room, she told him she had a horrible headache from Greenlee's visit and was going to bed early. She didn't want to be disturbed for the rest of the night. As soon as the guard left the room. Vanessa moved a table underneath a spot in the ceiling. She then placed a chair upon the table, muttering to herself about Greenlee, "Wait until you see the surprise I have planned for you."