Georgia follows Billy to his office and asks him what's going on. Billy says he's been attending seminars that increase male sensitivity towards women. Georgia says, "I beg your pardon?" like a dummy who can't think of anything good to say. Billy says that last week Renee accused him of running from Ally because he'd never be able to subordinate her. Way to work the male sensitivity, Billy. And I swear he really did say "last week." So that means that he's gone to three of the meetings THIS week, and Ally goes to her therapist two or three times a day. Georgia's smile remains in place while Billy gives her what-for about how she asserted her independence by dressing sexily a while back. He actually tells her that he considers her a possession of his. He says that he feels it should be his right to control her. Georgia's brilliant reply to this is, "Wha-what was that?" Billy's like, "I'm not saying it's right..." and then he goes on to tell her that he expects her to quit working when they have kids. Georgia snatches away the baseball he's been playing with and throws it in the trash. She asks what other little revelations he has for her. Billy is too stupid to back down and he spouts some more goofy misogynist crap. And he tells her he'd have a big problem with her if she put on a hundred pounds. And I tell him, "Don't worry, Billy. If she put on a hundred pounds, she'd be written out of the show." Georgia tells him, "I -- I never saw this in you." Billy says it's there and Richard's right and he, Billy, shouldn't have to apologize for these feelings. Doormat -- I mean, Georgia, says absolutely nothing. Georgia, you are so lame. Get out of here and take your sorry-ass husband with you.
Ally's sitting around playing with a chessboard, a glass of water, and her bottle of Prozac. Calgon, will this show never end? Elaine walks in wearing an outfit she borrowed from Mary Ann of Gilligan's Island. She asks if Ally's joining everyone down at the bar. Ally tells her, "I'll be down right after I spend several minutes over-dramatizing my decision to put something other than a letter opener or a finger into my mouth." Elaine tells her that if she's that freaked out about the pills, she simply shouldn't take them. Ally says, "Blah blah blah Al Green," while pulling at the skin on her forearm in a way that I found quite disturbing. Elaine says, "But that last hallucination blah blah blah!" Ally takes a pill out of the bottle and says that she wants to "do this alone." Elaine leaves. We hear Al Green singing, "Don't look so sad, blah blah." Ally runs to the Unisex and pours the pills down the toilet. They're really huge green pills, too. What the hell was her dosage, anyway? Then we get the stupid, symbolically ambivalent CGI of Ally herself being flushed. Sadly, it's just Ally's imagination.