Susan checks out various black dresses, trying to figure out which is most appropriate for Jane's funeral. Apparently, she doesn't own any black dresses that aren't slutty. Isn't that what credit cards are for? Go shopping, Susan! Although I'm still not sure exactly how successful Susan is supposed to be, since we never see her drawing anything anymore, and yet she still seems to be able to afford...well, whatever she wants. Julie advises Susan to avoid looking sexy, and wonders why Susan is even attending the funeral. Good question. Although the answer is probably "So that she can create wacky misunderstandings and hijinks, and also probably fall into the coffin or open grave." Susan insists that Ian wants her there. Does no one have family anymore? Where are Jane's parents? Or siblings? Or Ian's parents? Or siblings? Susan just wants to get through this (despite the fact that she just claimed it's not about her, like when is anything in Susan's life not about her?) so that she and Ian can be a real couple. She finds a cute grey flannel-looking sleeveless dress, and Julie decides that it says "modest, reserved, and definitely not dating the dead lady's husband." How about something with a sleeve? Or a wrap or some sort? I'm just saying. Nobody needs to see Susan's praying mantis arms while they are mourning.
Zana and Gabby wander through a department store. Zana wants to buy Gabby a birthday present, and Gabby refuses to accept jewelry. Zana is still working the ridic hair and too-small black leather biker jacket. Dude, Uncle Jesse from Full House called, and he wants his wardrobe back. Gabby is depressed about turning thirty-one and being single. Why is Zana walking like he has a load in his drawers? He keeps offering to buy Gabby extravagant gifts, and she keeps thinking of piddly little items, like a toilet seat cover, which Zana wanders off to find. Gabby flops onto a display bed, and a cute guy walks over, checking out the merchandise. Gabby perks up and says hi, but the guy doesn't pick up on her incredibly strong signals. Gabby ascertains that the dude isn't married, and invites him into the bed. He decides to wait until she gets off, and Gabby purrs, "Well, that'll happen a lot faster if you just...hop on board." When did she turn into Samantha Jones? Gabby has to explain the joke, and complains that the dude killed the moment. He gives her his card and offers to make it up to her. Zana runs up, and the dude introduces himself as Luke Purdue, one of Zana's lawyers. Zana doesn't even know the guy. As Luke leaves, Gabby checks him out unabashedly.