It's Buster, apparently. The dog snaps at Lemon and she tells him to drop it inside the door and scram. Meanwhile, on the set of Los Amantes, Generalissimo is giving an older-looking Hispanic woman a tour of his villa. "Later, I will fulfill my dream of making love to an older Puerto Rican woman," he tells her, and then compliments her on the pictures of her grandchildren. Back at Lemon's apartment, she and Dr. Baird feed each other fondue. Too hot. Meanwhile, at the taping of Los Amantes, Generalissimo admires still more pictures of the older woman's grandchildren, as Elisa's abuela watches with breathless regard. Back at Lemon's place, she and Dr. Baird flirt on the couch like it's Scream 2. Meanwhile, Generalissimo is watching his older, Hispanic version of Maude scratch off lottery tickets. Dr. Drew offers to get Lemon more wine back at the apartment. When he turns, she goes to kick the barking dog away. Meanwhile, Generalissimo plays an acoustic guitar for his enraptured audience. He tosses the guitar aside and approaches her. At the same time, Lemon and Dr. Baird approach one another, and when Generalissimo lifts the old woman off her feet to carry her away, Lemon and the doctor's impending kiss is interrupted by Buster the barking dog. Lemon grabs the pooch and takes it into the other room, and while she's doing that Dr. Baird complains of a headache. She tells him to dig in her purse for aspirin, and, as she and the dog carry on a fight slightly less aggressive-sounding than the one in There's Something About Mary, Dr. Baird mistakes the bottle of roofie pills Tracy got from the interns for headache pills, and takes one. When Lemon makes it back to the living room, he collapses to the floor. She sees the pills: "You've been roofied!" "You did what?" asks a confused Dr. Baird. Then he sees a pile of his opened mail on the floor next to him. The dog runs back into the room and barks at Liz. Suddenly the doctor realizes that it isn't really Lemon's dog. It's a moment out of Misery. She yells at the doctor to relax. A lampshade falls on his head. The poor doc is terrified. "I had to be Generalissimo," says Lemon. "I don't know what that means," he retorts.
Episode Report CardMichael Neal: B | 2084 USERS: B-
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