Oh, thank god for the aerial shot of Boston at night. Maddie, Bonnie, and Ally are hashing it out: if the DNA isn't a match, will Ally give Maddie up? Lots of "hey!"s and "you hey!" and stammering follow. Ally calls Maddie a "midget," since she's so logical "she can't be ten." Obi-Wan walks in, and leaves with "his girlfriend," the Old Lady, who looks extremely satisfied for reasons I don't want to know about.
Dame Edna is on the can, reading a copy of Large Farm Equipment. Richard opens the door to his hole and catches her. She leaps up and wheels around, but doesn't see who it is. She pounds and demands to be let in. He presses the remote, and reluctantly lets her in. She says "it's been a while since [she's] been welcomed into a young man's hole." Hee. She asks why he needs to escape into a hole, and says she has found Gerry Bird for him. She lives in Beacon Hill! And she wants to see Richard. He's not into it. Dame Edna says "pain doesn't decompose when you bury it."
Obi-Wan has dropped the Old Lady back at her home, and promises to come visit her "every day." So, why did he come back, anyway? To tell her not to be afraid of death. Dude, seriously. I mean, I WELCOME death at this point in my life. Like, come and take me RIGHT NOW, Mr. Grim Reaper. Please. Let's party. Old Lady says she's "jealous" of Ally, and that she loves Obi-Wan. She hugs him so ecstatically I'm skeeved out. Ew, ew, ew, old lady orgasm, ew.
Ally, Bonnie, and Maddie fight SOME MORE about the DNA test. Ally says it's "meaningless," Bonnie says Ally has "given the test meaning." I say, "Hurry up and end, episode." What if Ally isn't the genetic mother? Maddie will go and search again for her mom. Is Ally's love for Maddie "conditional"? The answer is maybe.
Dame Edna and Richard arrive at Gerry Bird's house, a nice brownstone. A man opens the door. The man is Gerry Bird. He's changed since high school, a bit. In that now he's a man, whereas before, he was a woman. A little change like that, one might have mentioned over the phone, to Dame Edna, maybe. But I'm sure a little thing like penis augmentation wouldn't be any big deal to Dame Edna. I bet it's not, like, a total shocker. Richard, on the other hand, has no words. Dame Edna has a few, of a confrontational nature: "You took his cherry, Gerry!" Heh. And, that Gerry busted up Richard's heart, all those millions of years ago back in high school. Gerry says he didn't mean to bust up Richard's heart, since he was struggling with his own sexuality, obviously. Richard walks away.