Chuck finally pulls himself together, mostly, in time for the reading of the will. Lily receives some huge portion of the Bassets, Uncle Jack gets a fair amount of his own, and Chuck inherits a majority share of Bass Industries. Chuck first blows the whole thing off and hands it over to Jack, but a few helpful words from stalwart Blair, and a loving letter from beyond the grave, gives him a moment of self-confidence and he takes it back.
Jack goes fairly nuts about this, because he is scary as hell (in case last week's episode, in which he did everything but personally toss poor Chuck over edges both metaphoric and concrete, didn't make this abundantly clear), but eventually ropes Blair into throwing Chuck a celebratory brunch with the Bass Industries board, which Jack then ruins by tempting Chuck into a night of hos and llello, invokes a morality clause, and gets himself put in charge. Then Blair, scorned for randoms and gonorrhea carriers, dumps him, going so far as to throw his bouquet at his feet. So Chuck's still doing great.
Lily and Rufus spend the entire episode alternately fighting and making love while they run up against many an obstacle to their search for their mysterious baby, Pilot Inspektor. While the adoptive family first tells them to go hang, the babydaddy eventually meets with them secretly and tells them the horribly sad story of how Pilot Inspektor was killed in a tragic jet ski accident.
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