Mary Tyler Moore calls me up and says that she doesn't know how they found out about Mary Tyler -- More! but that her attorneys are working on it.
Nelle and Ling are changing the baby's diaper. There are suddenly fifty things surrounding this baby, so Elaine obviously buys things very quickly. Nelle and Ling are cooing over the child. Nelle says that Ling needs to put more powder on Elliot before closing up his diaper, but Ling says that he's fine. Nelle brings up diaper rash, but Ling insists that she's capable of determining the amount of powder needed on the baby. She starts baby-talking to the kid, and a stream of "urine" hits her in the face. More correctly, it shoots a steady stream right into her mouth. (And you thought last week's Vomiting Santa on ER was bad!) Ling shakes her head and wipes her mouth with a cloth instead of screaming and running for the sink as any other human would have done. Nelle laughs and says that he wanted more powder. "It's acidic! It's burning my skin!" Ling yells. Nelle leans into Elliot and says, "We tried to tell her more powder --" and the baby pees right on Nelle. Nelle screams and looks outraged as Ling now begins to laugh. Now if these two ladies would just take off their tops, we might have a spread good enough for Hustler. Nelle wipes off her mouth and asks if he got her hair. I can hear the stylist in the back yell to Portia, "No, push your head lower, Portia, baby! They can't see my creation this week! You are not an actress, you're a talking head that carries my art!"
John and Ally are trying to get Margaret the Sociologist to say that it is in the baby's best interests for Elaine to keep him. Margaret says that she doesn't necessarily agree. Margaret complains that every time she goes to testify she ends up getting called a "vicious lesbian." She sneers at John on that last line. Ally says that since she recently adopted a child herself, she'd be a great witness. Ally says that she knows what it's like to bond with a baby. Margaret says that she and her baby bonded within a day, but that it's ultimately up to the baby to bond. Ally tells her just to say that. Margaret says she'd be saying that more as a mother and less as a sociologist. Ally is happy with that.
Georgia is sitting at her desk with Renee, who is hidden behind all of the furniture in the room. I wish Billy would walk over to Renee and grab her hand and say, "Nobody puts Baby in the corner," but he doesn't. He and Georgia exchange "hey"s, and then he asks if she'd be interested in being his date for the Christmas party. Now, this might have been sweet, but instead it sounds like he's giving her a Booty Call. Georgia sets her jaw, but doesn't have time to say anything because a social worker enters and says that she's looking for a "Renee Radish?" Renee says, "Radick. That's me. The 'Radish' is my head." Or, just the first part. Social Worker says that she needs to ask Renee a few questions concerning Elaine.