Young, Dirty Cop asks Maggie what happened at Thanksgiving, because she is obviously depressed. He's cute and cares about Maggie. He's also definitely not gay, so I am all in favor of Maggie making out with him. He talks about her not wearing underwear, which makes her laugh and almost make out with him. She then notices that keeps doing things without thinking about how they will affect her future, then kicks him out. Bah, whatever.
Back at the Bradshaw home, George is getting ready to leave and make sure his dad doesn't choke on his own tongue. Carrie is being neurotic, proving that she just might make it in the city after all. No wonder George likes her. He makes Carrie feel better, like a perfect, understanding TV boyfriend. Carrie's screwups are not nearly as annoying as her obsessing about them, but George just wants to get in those high-waisted jeans.
Maggie comes over to Carrie's house to hang out with Carrie and Mouse, then Sebastian shows up at her door in a denim jacket with a shearling collar, smoldering like that turkey. Carrie and Sebastian sit on her porch to have real talk. Oh my god they are so meant to be, guys. They can really be themselves around each other. Sebastian says he was driving around and realized that Carrie was the person he really wanted to see. Then, he alludes to making mistakes and wishing he could go back. Carrie tells him he can't go back. Sebastian could never go back far enough in time to not be a skanky ho.
Carrie invites Sebastian in for Ambrosia Salad, the one thing that survived. Tom opens the door and sees them together, but Carrie pleads Sebastian's case. Sebastian is welcomed in since he has a crappy mom who left him alone on Thanksgiving. Sebastian gives Tom the bottle of Scotch. They sit together at the table and agree that they hate the Cowboys and eat what we can only assume is room temperature bean dip.