Angie orders Mookie to take his hands off Maya and to get out of her house. Mookie gives Maya a threatening look, but also tells her he loves her, as he leaves. Once he's gone, Maya blames herself for Mookie's behavior. Angie tells her there is no excuse for him hitting her. Maya explains how great Mookie used to be, but then they moved in together and he got possessive. She thinks Mookie just loves her so much, but Angie points out that's not love. Maya further explains that she moved to Pine Valley because she was worried Mookie might hurt her baby. Angie questions her and Maya explains that she gave her baby up. Maya says when she held Lucy in her arms for the first time it took her breath away because she looked so much like her baby.
Bianca and Marissa confront JR at Krystal's about him driving drunk in Bianca's car. Marissa rails at him about how AJ doesn’t even want to see him. JR thinks Marissa is just filling their son's head with lies. He tells Bianca and Marissa to go off and do what "you people do." Marissa reveals she's gotten a restraining order. Until he goes to rehab and proves he is a responsible parent, she has full custody of AJ. JR becomes enraged and tells the women to get out of his sight. Across the restaurant, Jesse vents to Brot about David letting Angie down. Brot thinks Angie can deal with whatever happens, but Jesse worries about her finding out about Lucy as well. Mookie walks in, which only intensifies Jesse's concerns. Jesse knows it will end badly and declares he needs to tell Angie the truth. Brot doesn’t think it's a good idea. Mookie approaches JR after the women have left and quits his job working on the house. JR doesn't care. Mookie doesn't appreciate the way JR is talking to him. He calls him a drunk ass. JR flips his table over and punches him in the stomach. Jesse and Brot intervene. Jesse notes JR is drunk and offers to take him home to sleep it off. JR pushes Jesse, who tells Brot to cuff him for assaulting a police officer.
As Tad and Cara canoodle at home while preparing for their trip to Martha's Vineyard, Marissa and Bianca stop by. They tell Tad what just went down at Krystal's. Tad tells Marissa she did the right thing. Alone, Cara tells Tad to go to JR. Tad doesn't want to postpone his life for JR again. Cara knows he will worry if he doesn’t. Tad promises they are going on their trip and leaves. Later, Marissa and Bianca talk about JR, as AJ comes out. He says he misses his nice daddy. AJ thinks if he's really nice to him, his dad will be okay again. Marissa tears up as she tells him the only person who can help his daddy get better is his daddy.
Tad shows up at Krystal's and smells the alcohol on JR. Jesse offers to take the cuffs off now that Tad is there. JR pleads with Tad to help him. Tad tells JR he loves him, but he thinks it's time for JR to grow up and clean up his own mess. As Brot drags JR away, JR yells out, "I hate you. You're weak. I hate you!"
Colby finds Asher at the mansion. He tells her he's moving out. He explains he's been depending on his pain pills and needs to figure things out before he throws his life down the drain. He's going to move in with Caleb, which will also give him the opportunity to get to know his father. Colby thinks they can still see each other, but Asher doesn’t think it would be fair to her. They can't be together until he becomes the man she deserves. Colby wishes him well, but makes it clear she is not giving up on him. They talk about JR's accident and Colby explains how she called her dad several times, but she thinks if Adam returned it would only make things worse. He doesn’t want her to deal with this on her own, so he's staying. Colby assures him she'll be fine because she's learned to only count on herself. He declares she can count on him. She knows that, but still encourages him to go because she's looking forward to seeing the kind of guy he turns into. He kisses her and leaves. Colby calls Adam and leaves a message for him to call. She then records her next blog about Asher.
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