After the credits, Jack and Marin are still kissing in front of the gorgeous scenery. He breaks it off to tell Marin he just needs another day. Marin passive-aggresses that that's what he said four days ago (but she's still smiling all sexy to make sure she doesn't actually express her needs or resentments like grownups do), but Jack says one more day will really do it. Marin asks him to pinkie-swear, and when he does, she moans that even his pinkie is hot. Which...it is. I'm not made of wood, people.
Patrick's childhood bedroom is decorated with the typical dorky teenage stuff -- including a photo of Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman, which I don't think quite works, given that he's supposed to be in his mid-twenties and I saw that movie in high school, but anyway, he's sitting up in bed, slurping some soup, when Celia enters with a model ship Patrick never finished building; she wanted to give him something to do while she was at work. Patrick tells her that, unlike Celia herself, he's not really that interested in models, but she ignores him, forcing her interests on him. At least this dorkery doesn't have a costume associated with it. She exposits that her supervisor, Dick Ellis, is evaluating her today -- third time in six months -- and bustles out.
Jack's. Theresa's helping Lynn pack up, Lynn commenting on how much stuff she has. Theresa wisely intones that you sometimes don't know how much of a life you have with someone until you're packing it up. Lynn takes her cue to ask if that's how it was when Theresa moved out of Ben's, and Theresa says she guesses Ben just had to get rid of her to realize he missed her, and that they're doing great now. Lynn says it's the opposite with her and Jack: as soon as she was gone, Jack realized how big a pain in his ass she was. Theresa asks what Lynn's plan is, and Lynn shrugs that she'll go back to Vancouver and give her baby the kind of life Lynn herself never had, which -- great, a troubled childhood of neglect that screwed someone up too much to be in relationships. I've never seen that on TV before! Theresa asks whether the baby's father's in Vancouver, and Lynn says that he's a Brazilian she met in Peru; they got wasted, and she woke up pregnant. She fishes, asking whether Theresa thinks she's crazy to try to raise a baby alone, without a dude or any family to help her. "We're your family," says Theresa kindly. Lynn puts on her hard candy shell, cracking that "Aunt Theresa" can serve the baby his or her first beer. What a generous reply to what was probably a genuine offer of support. I'm really forgetting, the second time through, what I ever liked about this character.