Rex comes over to see Allison at home, and they make dinner. Allison says Rex is the person she wants to talk to no matter what mood she's in, but a minute later she says she can't get in a committed relationship with him. He is unable to look at her without those giant puppy eyes, and as there's already an actual dog in the room, it's difficult to tell which of them is more eager to crawl into Allison's lap and plaintively lick her hand.
Beckanne and Katie's apartment. Beckanne is sewing her toe shoes, like a forlorn gutter orphan no one loves. She is still wearing the enormous Buddha earrings she had on at dinner and maybe that's why everyone was ignoring her, because they felt talking to her would interrupt her work toward the very important spiritual goals her earrings indicate. Anyway, they ugly. Katie comes home (where has she been? Oh man, did Ronald turn her and they've been having acrobatic new-vampire sex up in the mountains and eating caribou whenever they get peckish? She does look shiny) with takeout and Beckanne complains about how none of the big girls will be her friend. Katie wisely says that some coworkers aren't meant to be your friends.
Katie says Rex and Ronald's cute other brother, Raymond, is coming to visit from San Francisco and the four of them should go out so then Beckanne can marry Raymond and then they start planning how they'll get houses with adjoining backyards just like on Big Love and have all their babies at the same time and then their kids will get married -- no wait, they'd be cousins, ew, although it seemed to work out okay for Paquita -- and the two of them just seem so very young. Not so young like I think nineteen is young because I am an old lady of thirty, but so young like I think they might make MASH games with the Tilton boys' names in them, or have some sort of blood sisters ceremony that results in them both getting hep C. Katie finishes the conversation by saying that she and Beckanne can just use Ronald and Raymond so that they can be together. Oh girls. There's a word for that.