Jack stares at Kenneth creepily as he pours him a glass of wine. Since this has pretty much been the theme of the last 20 minutes, Kenneth anxiously announces that he's going to head home. Jack says, "Don't go Avery... I mean Kenneth." He explains that he hasn't slept in days and isn't feeling quite like himself. He tells Kenneth that he and Avery used to sit and talk in the evenings to wind down from their days. Kenneth begins to commiserate, but Jack cuts him off and tells him to put on a pair of pearl earrings. Jack asks how Kenneth/Avery's day was. Kenneth tells him about getting a "Yes" RSVP from Jonathan about his birthday party, then going to a very uncomfortable dinner. Jack tells him that he tried to be strong all day before sitting alone with his thoughts and going to a wonderful dinner. Kenneth says hopefully, "Then the dinner ended?" Jack shakes his head.
Over at Jenna's, Grimby surveys all the pictures of Jenna and Paul in his masculine drag as he asks what Paul does for a living. Paul says he works "in the restaurant business" and hesitates as he adds that he really loves golf playing. Grimby asks what Paul's handicap is. Paul says, "I don't have one myself, but I like a girl with a limp." The Grimbys get a good laugh out of that one. Jenna asks Mrs. Grimby about her name, which is U. Jean. The "U" stands for Ugene. She takes off her coat to reveal the exact same blouse as Paul was wearing earlier that day. Paul makes a pointed comment about it, but the subtext doesn't register with Grimby, who says he's impressed with how normal the dinner has been. He deems is "very wool." Just then, a little person in a jester costume bursts through the door and offers to sit on the diners. Paul makes a big show of his condemnation of the sitter, then dismisses the littlest jester. U. Jean applauds as Grimby declares, "Well done, sir. You handled that pervert with aplomb. Very wool!" He makes a toast to the photo shoot the next day as a sad look clouds Jenna's face.