Almost immediately upon arriving at the summit, Connor starts schmoozing with the other attendees, given that he still considers himself a contender for president. He brought Willa along with him, who's clearly annoyed about being there instead of having time to write another (poor-performing) play. She then decides to write the play on her phone.
Veering off the topic of choosing the next president, Roman finds himself in a conversation with a stranger who tells him that his mother is getting remarried to Peter Munion, of which he knew nothing about. Given this new information, he runs to Shiv, who was also unaware. They decide to call Kendall on the assumption that he was hiding it from them, but he knows nothing of the matter. He also finds the phone call as another opportunity to be obnoxious towards his siblings.
Greg pulls Tom aside to both ask him advice and tell him about Kendall's plan to burn him. He mentions how he can't stop obsessing over going to prison, and Tom is extremely understanding of Greg's situation, given that he's in the same (though probably much worse) boat.
Back at their hotel room, Shiv and Tom drink some disgusting, earthy wine, but not before Tom brings up how the prison he was planning on attending is now full. Shiv is pretty dismissive of Tom, having had as much of the prison talk as she can take.
Still at the summit, Roman is googling photos of Munion at the bar when Mencken walks up to him and strikes up a conversation. The two end up getting along fairly well, with Mencken wrapping up their chat by asking who will be taking over Waystar after Logan steps aside. Roman claims that there will be no takeover, but Mencken believes that he's just "sticking to the line."
Unable to sleep, Tom calls Greg to get a meal at the local diner in preparation for what their meals will taste like in prison.
Concerning their omelets, Tom adds that "it won't taste as good as this either. You have to take off 30 to 50 percent of the taste." But more important than their meal, Greg asks Tom if he'd be willing to take on his charges since he's likely already going to prison, to which Tom actually agrees.
Though we only see a tiny snippet of Kendall's deposition, it's clear by his demeanor that things didn't go as well as he'd expected. But when Arthur tells Kendall that he "did fine," he loses his temper and starts yelling about the DOJ's real plan while the counselors who deposed him are standing just down the hallway. Taking him aside, Arthur gets serious with Kendall about his performance and his mistakes in the deposition.