At her party, Gaby's regaling the gays with tales of sheiks who wanted to sleep with her but gave her 20 grand instead. The phone rings, and it's Juanita, calling to tell her mommy she scored a goal in soccer. Gaby searches high and low for a quiet room and finally finds a door that says "wet paint." Inside, it's a nursery, all ready for a baby. Bob follows her in, asking if the words "wet paint" mean nothing to her. She gets off the phone with Juanita, and apologizes to Bob. She asks if it's what it looks like, and he says it is. He reveals that they are trying to adopt, which they've wanted for years. Gaby: "Oh, okay. Why? I mean, you guys have this amazing life." She tells him the parties and cosmos go away when the baby comes, and he says he can't wait. He tells a sad story about a baby in Ohio that they went to adopt and even held in their arms for two days. But, when they went to buy a car seat, the mother changed her mind. Gaby tells him how sorry she is, and he tells her that her envy of their life is nothing compared to theirs for her life. Which leads Gaby to head home to listen to Juanita's soccer story in person. She gives Lee a very sweet hug on the way out.
Susan shows up at Mrs. McC's, likely to meddle some more in some way, but she finds her crying on the couch. Turns out Mrs. McC, like the actress who plays her, has just learned she has lung cancer. Outside the house, Roy tells Susan that Mrs. McC will be okay because "cancer picked a fight with the wrong broad." Susan tells Roy that maybe, given the diagnosis, it's not a good time to get married, but he tells her they're getting married as soon as they can. He says he knows what he said, but after this happened, he realizes the worst thing he could lose is Karen. He's willing to give up anything. Susan touches his face, and he tells her to watch it. "I told you I'm giving it up. One kiss is all you get." Awww, Roy's adorable.