Lee and Susan are sitting at the bar drinking pink drinks in martini glasses. Lee's complaining about Bob being the provider, and he insists he does things too: He pays the bills, cleans the house. Susan thought he had a housekeeper. He says, "Geez, you're an ugly drunk," but then says he was kidding and asks what's with her face. First the drag queen comment and now, "What's with your face?" A little harsh, Lee. She's selfish and annoying, but still a lovely woman. She tells him she's feeling down because Jackson called earlier to tell her that his old art professor in Riverton offered him a job, and he wants Susan to move there with him. She says she wants to be with him, so she'll probably move. Lee asks if she's sure she's not just waiting for closing time. "You know: 2 a.m., bar's closing, and you haven't found the perfect guy, so you settle for ... something like that" as he gestures at an average-looking guy at the end of the bar. She asks, "Is Jackson perfect?" Um, might I answer for you: YES! But she answers for herself: "No." But adds that she doesn't think anyone is, and she has a history of sabotaging relationships. So she's doing this. He congratulates her, and they toast. The normal guy at the end of the bar gets up and starts walking over. Lee says "Scary guy's coming over," and asks if he can grab one of Susan's boobs to throw him off the scent. She lets him, of course.
Then we cut to Susan waking up in her bed the next morning ... next to a shirtless Lee. She's in nothing but her bra and underwear. She grabs her robe and runs downstairs, where she finds more evidence: empty wine bottles, and a smooth jazz CD in her CD player. Lee comes running down and says Bob's going to kill him, but "that was fun last night. Different ... but fun." Then he slaps her on the butt and heads out. She's horrified that what she thinks she's done -- with her underwear and bra on, apparently. Because we all know that's how sex happens on TV.