Justin is on the phone with his friendly neighborhood pharmacology professor who has no qualms translating The Senator's pill bottle for his nosy brother in law. The pills are for ventricular tachycardia and sure as heck sound serious to Justin! Oh look, Rebecca is in the car with him while he is chit chatting on the phone with his professor. How polite! When he finally hangs up, Rebecca wants to talk. Justin tries to will his cell phone into ringing so he can avoid the conversation, but no dice. Rebecca suggests that they both do what they want to do; he'll go to Haiti and she'll take her awesome blazer-wearing job. Justin points out that they just got married, so isn't it a bit soon for a separation? Rebecca blurts out that she took the job. This is her idea of a compromise. Justin takes his eyes off the road and his hands off from the Ten to Two position on the steering wheel to shake his fist at her. How could she? They were going to talk about it! Rebecca shrugs that she really wanted the job, but he should feel free to abandon her and go to Haiti. Rebecca seems almost sociopathic right now. Like, how could she not see that squashing Justin's dream without even talking to him about it was sort of awful? And then suggesting they separate for a year as some sort of happy normal newlywed compromise like spending a year 3000 miles apart is akin to splitting two desserts? Rebecca, it might be time to increase the Thorazine level. Fuck it. Justin? You should go.
Saul has decided to take his HIV testing into his own hands. He has stopped prep work for the big dinner and has walked himself down to a clinic in Ojai. He is nervous talking about being old and never having sex and little chance he's HIV positive. The doctor calmly explains that the over-50 population is the fastest growing HIV positive demographic because of Viagra and other performance enhancers. Use condoms, kids! Er, seniors. Saul then asks if it is possible to be HIV positive and have no symptoms whatsoever and the doctor explains that it is possible, but rare. Saul sadly notes that someone he was with years and years ago has been living with HIV for 20 years and he is nervous. The doctor is kind and patient and sets up a rapid HIV test with 24-hour turnaround. Wait. If Saul's old flame is a big time activist, wouldn't he have alerted Saul to go get tested? Also, most states (I don't know about California) have mandatory reporting requirements where people who test HIV positive have to list all their partners so they can be anonymously informed of the situation. Did Saul just slip through the cracks? This all feels very Public Service Announcement-y. No likey. Leave Uncle Saul alone, you jerks!