Billy and Reva go to Las Vegas. Jonathan and Tammy's charade comes to an end. Cassie and Josh are together. Olivia has a confrontation.
Alan has caught Tammy kissing Jonathan on the rooftop. He snaps a photo and tells them that the charade is over. Jonathan jumps away from Tammy and begins to up the act, screaming at her to leave him alone, he's 'married now.' Quickly, Remy and Lizzie run up to the roof when they hear Jonathan shouting. Alan proclaims that they'll be 'kissing their marriage goodbye' until Tammy interrupts to claim that it's not what he thinks it was; she was only kissing Jonathan to prove to herself that she was over him. Jonathan continues to shout at her, finally exclaiming that 'I am here with Lizzie: This is where I belong.' But this declaration seems too real for Tammy as a shudder of panic runs through her and Lizzie looks at Jonathan with shock. Things continue to get heated as Jonathan tells her that things change and he doesn't want to be stuck in the past with her. Alan, rather dubiously, starts to buy the story, but says that the kiss looked awfully real. Remy then tells him to leave and takes Tammy away.
When Tammy arrives home, she looks crushed. She says that she can't handle this anymore and that, this time, it seemed different somehow; Jonathan didn't seem like he was faking anymore. In that moment, she could see her future and she didn't like what she saw. 'All I could see was the trap getting tighter…maybe it's not a charade anymore.' Still, she waits by the phone a bit before getting fed up and taking an excited Remy out on the town.
Meanwhile, Jonathan and Lizzie stand under the theatre awning as the rain pours down. He desperately wants to get away to Tammy and find out if she's alright. He's worried because he could see that she was upset for real this time. Lizzie tells him that she has Remy and he will calm her down. This prospect doesn't make him feel better. Alan suddenly appears beside them and offers them a ride home. They ask him what he wants and he says he is just looking for proof that he is really committed to Lizzie. He goes on about how untrustworthy Jonathan is with women and how girls like Tammy come and go through his life. This is enough to set Jonathan off and he grabs Alan by the throat, threatening him and telling him never to speak about Tammy again. Lizzie pulls Jonathan off Alan who says that it's obvious that he still hasn't gotten over Tammy. Lizzie insists however, that they were only with Tammy tonight because they are friends. Reluctantly, they then accept his ride and head home. When they arrive, Jonathan is even more upset and tries to call Tammy only to get no answer. Lizzie tries to comfort him and tell him that it will be okay, but Jonathan says that 'nothing anyone can do can help me now. I hate this!' and begins to trash the room.
Olivia begins to melt down when Gillespie tells her that he has 'taken care' of Ava. She begins to wrestle with him in a fit. He pins her down and tells her that there is only going to a be a problem if he doesn't get his money. Frank anxiously begins knocking on the door. Olivia tells Gillespie that it's the police and he begins accusing her of setting him up. She convinces him to run off before she opens the door. When she lets Frank in, he is dismayed that Gillepsie's escaped and wants to radio an APB on him, but Olivia tells him to 'let him go.' Frank doesn't understand and tries to find out what's wrong, but Olivia can only jabber about her child. Frank believes that she's talking about Emma, though she's says 'no', and takes her home. He awkwardly says goodbye to her before she sends Emma to bed and the storm outside gets louder. Once she is alone, she pours herself a drink and stares at the photo of Ava as a child, asking herself: 'What have I done?' She worries at the sound of a siren and a noise in the hall before she is grabbed suddenly by a drenched and disheveled Ava crying out: 'Sorry to disappoint you, but I'm not a ghost!' Olivia immediately throws her arms around her in distraught giddiness, thanking God that she's alright. Ava pushes her back and begins to berate her for what she's done. Gillespie had locked her in the trunk of his car and driven her out of town. He tried to rape her, but she smashed him on the head with a tire iron and got away. This time, it's too much and Olivia will have to pay for what she's done; there is nothing she can say, no possible justification. Olivia interrupts: "Listen! I though I lost my child. I lost my mind.' But this doesn't impress Ava who calls her 'a joke' and says that she should not be allowed to be anyone's mother. Now, she will make sure that Olivia not only goes to jail, but has Emma taken away from her forever.
Cassie is busily searching online to find out what kind of medication Reva is taking. She finds an unflattering picture of herself being used as a screensaver and Josh interrupts her, chasing her around the room with his camera phone until she wrestles him onto the couch. When he tries to wrest a kiss from her, she dashes away to the computer, only to be stopped by him again, pulled away as the information on Reva's meds pop onto the screen. They have fleeting kisses while the storm beats up the house, causing leaks to spring from the ceiling while they try and set up a romantic evening. She grabs the computer and brings it into the living room to avoid the leaks. Before she can read up on the meds, the power goes out. It turns out that Josh put them out himself because he was sick of 'everything being controlled by someone else.' They settle down by the fire with candlelight and kiss. Cassie tells him that all the time waiting and hesitating was worth it for what they have now.
Reva and Billy are packing up to go to Las Vegas for their wedding. He asks her if she is 'marrying him just because you're reacting to Josh and Cassie?' Reva's answer is a batch of mixed feelings, but she is sure that Billy can make her happy and wants to let him. When they arrive in Vegas, Reva exclaims: 'It's loud and it's tacky. I love it.' Billy laughs and goes off to get a room. Once alone, Reva becomes woozy and has a hallucination of Josh standing before her. He tells her that 'it's your wedding night. You can't have that without me can you?' and offers her a pair of dice. Billy returns as the vision vanishes and she falls into his arms. She tells him that she can't let him marry her. She doesn't believe that she can make the time they'll have together happy; it's too much to ask of him. Billy tells her that he isn't going to bother arguing with her. Instead, they will settle this Las Vegas style. They go to a card dealer who will deal them one card. Red means 'yes' to marriage, black is 'no.' Billy asks her if 'she's a player. Or have you lost your nerves as well as your hair?' That's enough to get her fired up again. The dealer deals a red Queen and Billy lets out a joyous laugh: 'The cards have spoken.' They embrace and the dealer gives him the thumbs up. Reva knows he set this up, but she doesn't care. This will be enough. Billy might not believe in luck, but he believes in her. They get prepared to show the town a wedding.
Next on GL: The wedding party continues. Josh and Cassie take the next step.