It's bedtime for Binder, and as he lies beside his wife, he suddenly dreams that Missy is beckoning from the foot of the bed. For some reason, she's wearing a sheer royal blue nightgown with a bright red bra. Not that I was looking or anything. Anyway, blah blah she wants him bling blee vanity project blech barf end-of-scenecakes.
Another walk & talk. This time, the boys discuss the whole "Donna wants another baby" thing. Absolutely nothing worth transcribing is said in this scene, so let's just move on.
Just for the record, if you're having trouble following the plot, or if you think this recap seems really jumpy and unfocused, well, it's not your fault. It's not mine either, though. That's what the show is like. And actually, since (to my knowledge, at least) this is only the second time in MBTV history that you'll actually have the opportunity to read a recap before the show has even premiered, you'll be able check it all out for yourself. Besides, if you're reading my recaps, you're probably trained like me to be watching HBO on Sunday nights anyway, so it won't even take that much effort. Anyway, Mickey and Donna are enjoying a nice dinner at home when she brings up having a second child again. Mickey feels this is just an emotional response to finding the pornography, but Donna insists she's serious. He then proceeds to berate her for never wanting to talk about sex, and also for not being receptive to his suggestions in the bedroom. Specifically as they pertain to -- yep -- you guessed it, anal sex. Are you shocked yet? Are they edgy enough for you? How about after I transcribe the remainder of Donna's dialogue from this scene? "Oh, yes. Take me into the next room and just ass-fuck me straightaway. Seriously. I want it. Take me into the bedroom and just slam-fuck me in the ass. I'm hot and I'm desperate and I want it deep in my ass give me a good solid ass-fucking, because then I've got to do the dishes and put the baby to bed." I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried, folks. Hell, most fan-fic writers couldn't make that stuff up. I will say, however, that the oh-so-predictable reaction shot of the maid in the kitchen turned out to be funnier than it had any right to be.