Cut to the Nebbish on Gabby's veranda, ice pack on his head, cell phone clamped to his ear; he's calling said Boss right now. Gabby opens her jewelry box and discovers what looks like a wildly expensive diamond bracelet. She grabs the phone from the Nebbish and starts sniping away at her secret stalker. All the guy has to do is mention how much the bracelet costs, though, and the bite immediately evaporates from Gabby's bark. Oh, Gabby. Could you be more irritating? Carlos, with the many years of dealing with Gabby's shallowness weighing heavily on his heart, tells her to tell the guy that she's going to call the police if he doesn't stop "harassing" her. Gabby half-heartedly starts to relay the threat, but then gets to giggling as the guy compliments her for being the "most beautiful woman in the world." Carlos, louder now: "Tell him you're going to get a restraining order on him." Gabby, flirtily to her mystery man: "Yes, I may be in the top ten..." Blah, snore, zzzz. So Gabby tells the guy he sounds familiar, and they make a lunch date. Carlos is disgusted, I'm disgusted, we're all a seething mass of disgust. Only it's worse than that: it's bored disgust. We get it: Gabby is materialistic, just like she was in Season 1. And Season 2. Why is it that the second any of these characters starts to develop actual, complicated, multifaceted traits (remember how just last week Gabby discovered that she's not at all ready to date yet?), the writers flatten them right back down to two dimensions again?
Orange Man Group. Again with the strange milling in prison hallways. This time, there's a bunch of guys standing around, and Mike's sitting on a bench, reading a magazine. Wow, prison looks kind of fun. CreePaul sidles up asks after the state of Mike's ribs, which apparently took quite a beating during the Great Toothbrush Skirmish. Mike once again expresses his thanks. CreePaul expresses cool, friendly dismissiveness, but then Mike firmly, for the record, states, "Seriously. If there's ever anything I can do for you, just say the word." CreePaul, creepily: "I'll keep that in mind." CreePaul wanders off. A guard calls Mike over and tells him he really ought to "find [himself] another prom date." Apparently, the guard witnessed CreePaul paying off the hired heat (even though they were totally alone in that hallway, so I'm not sure where the guard was standing to be able to see the payoff). Also, why is the guard suddenly being so nice to Mike? If we've learned anything from the movies, it's that guards are sadists out to ruin the lives of all prisoners. Anyway, Mike takes the news with his usual stoic calm, which is not unlike the way he expresses passion, frustration, pain, and deep, six-month-long comas.