1962 and Rudy has informed Calderwood that he's "breaking up the partnership". Mrs. Jordache says her son is ambitious, with no time for anything, even his own mother. Is politics next? Julie is with Life Magazine and, according to Rudy, letting her son grow up wild. Rudy wants to get married and give the boy a father. Tom, in South America with the merchant marines, is changing ships and sees a man (Falconetti) beating up another man. One of the other men watching, notices Tom and says he's seen him someplace, "it'll come to me". Falconetti comes to Tom, provoking him, but Tom walks away. Tom and the new "third mate" take a day to see the sights in the French Riviera and learn if they have their own yacht to rent out for parties, they could make a living. Rudy's campaign begins.