At Coal, Michael and Violet are finishing up shots. He offers to pay for the drinks, but Violet declines. He promises he'll take care of her later... "with a very big tip." Just the tip? He's then interrupted by a phone call from his wife Vanessa. She complains to him about them needing to find a nanny to which he responds he's put out an ad in search of one. Violet is listening intently. Michael lies to Vanessa about where he is, saying he's at a birthday party for a co-worker. They end their call and Violet infers that he has to go. Michael says yes, but he's had a great time. He leaves. Violet watches him go and plucks out the cherry from her drink and eats it with spite.
Riley sits by the roaring fireplace of The Love Nest. Jonah enters with pineapple peanut butter ice cream. "Could be genius. Could be deadly," he theorizes. Riley isn't too concerned with a sugar coma. She's more concerned with a message from a property management company saying their rent check bounced. Jonah assures Riley that everything's all right and he'll straighten it out tomorrow with the bank. Riley let's it go, but still looks concerned as she suggests they watch The Princess Bride on cable. At least you can't say these characters have bad taste. Jonah can't watch, though, because he has to finish editing Anton's stuff. Jonah kisses Riley and walks off, looking like he hopes she'll reconsider her modeling offer.
Michael is sitting in his parked car out behind Coal, trying to muster up enough sobriety to drive, when Violet knocks on his passenger side window. He rolls down the window and she leans up against the car, looking more like a hooker than Lauren ever has (even in the act). She playfully says it's her responsibility as bartender to make sure he can drive. He gets out of the car for some "fresh air." More like "fresh derriere." I crack myself up. Violet says he looks like he's been wanting to do something all night. "You're a doctor. Make me feel better," she implores. Violet pulls him close and kisses him. Things get hot right away so Michael opens his car door, which comically opens vertically and covers them up briefly as if it's going to cut to commercial. Instead, he lays Violet down into the passenger seat. Without Michael noticing, she reaches for her cell phone, presumably to take pictures or video of what they're doing. And there's a valuable lesson here: never cheat with someone who owns a cell phone.