Nelle and Ling question Mr. Spickett. Through the use of contrived scripting and CGI, we learn that Mr. Spickett left Wanda because of her overbearing personality. It wasn't until she became submissive, as per Dr. Shirley's advice, that he got the courage to dump her. The lesson we learn: if Wanda had been submissive all along, she could have earned the love of a fat, bald man with teeth. Mr. Spickett leaves. Wanda bursts in and asks what happened. Nelle advises that she drop the case. "Just let it go, Wanda," says Ling. She and Nelle put on their compassionate faces. Wanda looks dismayed. If Ling and Nelle were real lawyers, they would have offered Mr. Spickett a cut of the settlement money for testifying the way they needed him to.
Mark walks to Cindy's doorstep. She's surprised to see him. "Sorry I ran off. I always do that when a girl seems too happy to see me," he says. Cindy pretends to laugh. Mark apologizes again, and then asks her if she has plans for the evening. "What are you saying?" she asks. "I can't see you..." says Mark, "as anything other than a woman. A woman I want to continue to see." OH MY GOD. I was so totally shocked when he said that. I totally could not believe it. I'm still shocked, in fact. Cindy cries with happiness. She and Mark hug. Okay, but I stand by my earlier assertion that this will all end in tears, humiliation, and offensiveness. Or, hey, maybe it won't, since Cindy's thin.
I bet you can guess what happens on Ally's date, can't you? Michael's son turns out to be Jonathan. Ally's nose whistles and we get the "TO BE CONTINUED" black screen. So that's the big problem that Ally's voice-overs kept alluding to all episode? That was worth a "to be continued"? Whatever. Let me just say that once more, this time for the whole series: Whatever. This show sucks.
Next week: John says "penis," Ally makes a joke about a woman gaining weight, and Larry Paul goes on a date with Nelle.