Dontrelle gives a happy smile as she waves at Duncan from a departing cab. Cam waves back at her, and then asks Duncan if he and Dontrelle were involved, and Duncan responds by asking her not to tell her mom. Cam, amused but also kind of glad to see a different side of her dad, says the two of them are more alike than she thought. "We both have trouble getting out of our own ways." And here I thought she was going to say that they both don't want no more of the crying game. They agree that they're probably not going to stop giving each other shit, and then they smile at each other as Cam remarks, "At least we know where we stand." And that's something Duncan's placed a premium on ever since Yonkers. Cam heads to her car and wishes "Duncan" a good night. He tells her she can call him "Dad," and she says she knows. "Good night, Duncan." He smiles ruefully and remarks to himself, "Baby steps." Good way to sum up that scene. It was kind of nice!
Okay, some guy is singing "Witchcraft," only instead of "that sly come-hither stare," he leaves out the "come." Seriously. "That sly hither stare." Seriously. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? That may be the most bothersome thing in the episode, which I don't have to tell you is saying a lot. Oy. As James returns to the main room, we hear Wendy introducing Marla as her best friend. Hee. We still only see Johnelle's back, so I guess they hadn't cast this role when they shot the pilot. James sits with the guys, and Duncan informs him that they're talking about the women in their lives who make them "absolutely crazy." So boring, God. Brody says it's just his wife; James says it's just Stacey, although we clearly know Nia Long will be in the picture; for Karl it's Wendy and Marla, obviously; and Duncan says it's two and a half -- Lisbeth, Cameron, and Dontrelle for the half. They toast Dontrelle...
...but they wouldn't be if they knew she'd secretly taped Duncan and is at this moment handing the tape off to the Asian reporter. Dontrelle does tell her how nice Duncan seemed, but the reporter is unmoved, and tells her "a thousand words paint a very nice picture." Maybe Duncan can share the cover of Tranny Lovers Monthly with Patrick Darling.
The boys come outside, and Brody says he may actually have a shot with his wife that night. Duncan tells him if not, he's still got Dontrelle's number. Brody: "Email me." I will -- keep an eye out for the subject line "Don't get too comfortable." See you…next time, I guess.