Elsewhere, David and Veronica discuss the day’s events, Candice mainly. She reveals she has a plan for dealing with Candice. David inquires on what she is up to. She remains stiff lipped, but reveals she does not like Jim and finds his arrogance appalling. David suggest they discuss Jeffery “talking” to a new girl. She reveals she agrees with him, wanting him to be with a black girl. He finds her thought process humorous. He demands to know what she has done to their son. She refuses to tell him, hoping her blackmail will work. David wonders why she has changed. He refuses to allow her to harm their son and refuses to tolerate her behavior. She finds his “pro-gay” stance surprising and insulting. She tells him to “enjoy his stay in the guest room.” He gladly accepts replying “he can finally sleep in peace.”
Back at the campaign office Landon confronts Jeffery about his pending date with a woman. Jeffery tells him to go to hell and tries to leave. Landon confesses his feelings to Jefferey. He feels maybe sleeping with a girl will tell him whether he is gay or not. Landon tells him he cannot change his sexuality and that the girl in question is just an experiment. Maggie interrupts their talk to inform them of Wyatt’s arrest. Jeffery follows them worried about Wyatt. At the Harringtons’ home David and Veronica continue to argue over Jeffery and his sexuality. Veronica believes he is treating her this way because he has feelings for Maggie. He refutes her claims, believing she is trying to divert him from their discussion. Their talk is interruped by a call from Maggie coincidentally. Veronica admonishes her for calling her husband so late. She then informs David about Wyatt, he leaves immediately for the jail. Veronica remains behind on their doorstep.