After the credits, Marin and Jane are testing out a bed in the mattress store Elmo supposedly totally has, even though earlier episodes made us believe people bought coats and Corn Flakes in the same establishment. Jane and Marin debate the firmness of the mattress, and then Marin turns and we see that she's literally lying in between Jane and Sam (the latter of whom agrees with Marin that the bed offers good back support). Jane asks whether Marin isn't moving too quickly, but she has an idea in her head now and isn't about to let it go. Once she's hopped out of bed to go talk to the salesman, Jane and Sam roll toward each other. He cheerfully grouses that this wasn't the bed he was hoping to get her into, and she tells him to be patient, and then they totally start doing it right in the store. Um, Marin has to sleep on that shit later. Please keep your fluids to yourselves.
Radio station. Marin is holding a book of paint chips up to the window, saying she hasn't decided between two shades. Patrick morosely asks which is cheaper, and explains about his worries over providing for his family, and how Buzz told him he had to man up. Marin asks whether Annie can't help -- "woman up," as it were -- but Patrick doesn't really credit this notion, and then Marin starts the show, asking her five listeners whether there's ever a perfect time to move on. We then cut the scene before anyone can tell Marin that living without central heat is a stupid way to prove a point to a dude you were never actually dating.