In the lab, Chase gives us his opinion on Ted marrying Nicole: he think it's fine. Hadley says both parties will end up miserable, and Chase asks how that's different than any other marriage, then gives Taub a pointed look. Or maybe he's looking past Taub and at the writers standing just off the set, who are all apparently on the phone with their divorce lawyers right now and/or dreading going home to their significant others tonight. Chase says it's Ted's choice if he wants to pretend to be straight and marry a woman. Hadley says it should be Nicole's choice too, but she's being kept in the dark. "We have no right to tell her," Chase says, knowing where this is leading. "Like you've never bent the rules," Hadley says. Chase asks how Ted is different than her bisexual self. "I don't lie about who I am," she says. Well, except to her father, who she apparently hasn't told about her bisexuality because, as she said a few weeks ago, "he's been through enough." Chase asks why Hadley is getting all up in her patient's business when she usually couldn't care less, and Taub points out that this is about sexuality. "So you're only judgmental when it gets personal?" Chase asks. Yes. Just like everyone else. For instance, Chase didn't want to kill Dibala until after he personally met one of his victims. We can't all be like Cameron and get judgmental about everything. With that, Taub gets a printout of Ted's test results. Why did they need three Cottages in there for that? Also, he's negative for HIV. "Being gay didn't make him sick," Taub says, once again basically saying that gay = AIDS. "Maybe being straight did," Hadley says, and wanders away.
Episode Report CardSara M: B- | 1406 USERS: B-
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