We open on a montage to the song "You're Gonna Get It" by Sharon Jones. That's the ballad commenter Dale really liked from Episode 3. We see Ellen in jail. We see Ellen with David. First, good times, then bad. We see Ellen with Patty in Patty's apartment asking, "Do you think we went too far? Do you regret what we did?"
Little Ellen, just remember, Patty never regrets anything. And if you have to ask if you went too far, rest assured...you did.
Flashback six weeks earlier---we're getting closer and closer to present day---and Caterer Katie's watching a monster movie when she hears noises outside her parent's house.
After spooking herself and us, she's startled by One Night Stand Greg who pops up at the door. He's aliiiiiiive!
That's the first big shock of this episode.
Ellen and Tommyhawk are meeting with Old Grandpa, a.k.a. George Moore, who says too bad there's no proof to put the big, bad Frobisher away. I tried, I really tried. By the way, if you need help and want to tell me your whole case strategy so I can cover my tracks better, just let me know.
SEC traitor! You're supposed to be protecting the unsuspecting public from the corporate culture of greed and corruption. I hope somebody steals your life savings, you creep.
Fatal Attraction, a.k.a. Lila accosts David on the street and with the subtlety of a hammer invites him to dinner and a session of hot, cheating on your fiance sex. David, poor doomed, faithful fiance he is, says no way. Ellen's my girl.
Grandpa George---I like this name better than Old Grandpa---accosts Mr. Deep Fried Southern Charm, Ray Fiske on the street. When he challenges Fiske about Greg owning Frobisher stock he yells "Is there anything you didn't do for that kid?"
Fiske shoots back, "Gregory worked for me, that's all."
But Grandpa's not finished. "I wouldn't give a sh*t about your pathetic schoolgirl crush..." Oh snap, that was cold. "...but I'm not gonna let your bullsh*t take me down." He goes on to inform Fiske that Greg is back in the US and has emptied his bank account.
Grandpa George tells Fiske he doesn't like him, but he's realized Fiske isn't his problem, Frobisher is. Patty Hewes is a "balls hair away from breaking this wide open," and Grandpa's gonna fix things whether Fiske likes it or not. He's a creep but Grandpa does know how to turn a phrase.