Gibby takes a vacation, leaving Martin in charge of Whitestone with one simple condition â€“ he has to fire one of the company's book editors. Judith is depressed when her patient commits suicide.
Martin's old apartment is becoming a huge money pit, costing him exorbitant maintenance fees and so he resolves to get rid of it. He has a meeting with Irwin Bader who isn't optimistic of getting much over $1,500, even though he sold it to Martin for $2,400. Libby expresses an interest on behalf of her son, but Martin passes on the idea.