Mia and Caitlin search Jack's apartment for a revealing sex tape that Mia made with him, even as the ex-couple continue to fight their feelings for one another. Meanwhile, just as Caitlin warms up to the idea of being a mother, Olivia, Alicia's ex-partner, stings her by telling her there is no room for another "mother" or a bad role model like Caitlin in the baby's life. Zoe battles to land a new billionaire client, but her unappreciated efforts force her to make a life-changing decision by quitting her job. Elsewhere, the nasty divorce battle for property ownership heats up between Juliet and Davis. Written by
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Forget this one deal, which I made happen. I have generated more business for Gorham Sutter than anyone else. And yet the only people who get promoted around here are men; white men, to be blunt.
I don't like what you're insinuating.
I am not insinuating anything, Henry. I'm saying it straight out. It doesn't matter to you, does it, that I have given everything to this firm, including my integrity?
Integrity? Come on, this is Wall Street. As far as a promotion goes, well, you know that that is ...
References Yours, Mine and Ours
Written by Bob Mair, Nick Vincent and Richard Trapp
Performed by St. John
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