Outside, Marin runs into Buzz, telling him they need more paintbrushes. Buzz cracks that they need the crew from Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. That product placement out of the way, Marin calls Buzz's attention to the little "shed" in the back, and he gleefully informs her that it's not a shed, it's an outhouse. Marin muses that she should turn it into a meditation room. Yeah, I don't know that the vapours of poos past are necessarily all that conducive to enlightenment. Marin then runs into Theresa, who's also on hand for the painting party, and reminds Marin that she's on for Ben's breakfast the next morning. So, remember, the Chieftain couldn't shut down when its owner had heart problems, but now that Marin has need of a painting crew (not that she even asked for it, mind you), Sara and Theresa AND JEROME are all right there. Maybe Theresa brought the keg and just relocated the establishment to Marin's for the day, customers and all. She apparently brought a grill, because that's where Marin finds Lynn, who says she's on chow because it's not good for her to be around paint fumes what with the B-A-B-Y and all. Marin's like, "Oh, right, I forgot about your fetus for thirty seconds." Lynn tries to interrupt the awkwardness by asking how Marin liked the tree, and Marin's like, "Jack's tree? I loved it!" Lynn says that it was from both of them, and Marin stutters that he didn't say so, and thanks Lynn for the gift as well. Jack appears, and Lynn hands him the tongs and drifts off, making a mental note to fight with him about his big-salad-credit-taking later.
Celia's. She and Ellis have apparently just finished doing their dirty business, and she's ready to "go again" already. Ellis begs for a drink of water, and Celia huffs and reaches over him to hand him a bottle of water so that they can get back to the matters at hand. And mouth. And parts unknown. Ellis, however, would like to have a conversation; he doesn't just want to be her boy toy, he wants to be her boyfriend, not that he can even get the whole word out before Celia covers his mouth. She tells him that she has a lot going on, what with Patrick's upcoming wedding, so she can only concentrate on one man at a time. Then there's a "bottoms up!" joke, the implications of which I would rather not consider.