Previously: All the usual stuff, plus Bug got arrested for kinda-not really stealing a car.
Another dreary day in Portland. I think you can tell it's morning because it's even darker than usual. Cate and Ryan wake up with a morning-breath smooch at 4:45 a.m. She excuses herself to brush her teeth so they can have proper, non-stinky morning sex. Except when she walks into the bathroom, Baze is in there with pants dropped. Apparently he's been making a habit of staying overnight catching Lux up on the culture of the decade of her inception. Some time later, they head downstairs to make breakfast. Ryan is still (jealously) bitching about Baze's omnipresence as Lux explains why she's up so early -- she's heading to Bug's arraignment. Cate doesn't want her missing school, but Baze already said she could go. Lux senses the tension between Ryan and Cate, so she heads upstairs. Ryan takes the opportunity to say he'd like to see less of Baze around. Cate says she couldn't agree more.
Meanwhile, Baze returns to his apartment to find The Other One, who is bitching about how parenthood has killed Baze's game. He's gone from the short, white Wilt Chamberlain to Math apparently. And doesn't have any more meaningless sex, which is a sin against God, the great one who gave him a penis. Baze makes him promise not to tell Math before fessing up about his one-nighter with Cate after they found out about Lux. TOO thinks this was a horrible mistake. Not only has he been there, done that, it's also a minefield logistically-speaking if this news comes out. TOO thinks Baze has a thing for Cate, but Baze denies it. TOO challenges him to prove it by sleeping with someone else. Baze accepts the challenge.
Across town, speaking of minefields! Cate and Ryan take calls from listeners. The first caller sounds like an older lady, and she just can't get the sequence of Lux's conception into her thick skull, so Ryan takes another call to avoid talking about Baze. The next caller flirts with Ryan, insults Cate, and asks when the wedding is in about two seconds. Apropos of this last query, Cate goes into one of her tirades about how society pigeonholes women into boxes with its dates and deadlines... or something. Ryan shuts her up, thankfully, as the listener has hung up (or possibly died of boredom while still holding the phone).