Anyway, Finch asks, "Am I being punk'd?" Um, are you supposed to be somebody or something? No. You're not being punk'd. And, cute girls or no, if Ashton Kutcher ever shows up on Miss Match, I'm out of here. Anyway, Finch is really flabbergasted by the whole thing, and Connie needs to explain that as much as she wants to marry him, she won't while he has any doubts at all about them being together. Finch agrees to date other young hotties, but only as long as Connie agrees to do the same. "I don't want to go on dates with other guys," she says, but he says that if he goes on these dates and they wind up getting married, he's going to hear about it for the rest of his life. Maybe Finch could be a bigger asshole and we could be just a little bit more confused over why Connie wants to marry him in the first place. Could that be possible? Connie looks to Kate for help, and Kate smiles and nods like this is all a really good idea, so Connie agrees to do it too. Finch wants to know if there are pictures they're supposed to look at, but Kate just laughs and says she'll give them a call when she's got people lined up.
After the meeting, Kate's walking Connie out. Um, is Finch staying behind to hang out at the law firm? Let's not ask questions like that, and just accept that Connie needs to talk to Kate alone and tell her that the thought of going out on a bunch of random dates really weirds her out, whatever a "random date" is. Kate reminds her that it seemed important to Finch, but Connie says that she doesn't want to lead anyone on. At that moment, Wallace Langham, formerly of Veronica's Closet and Larry Sanders, walks in, looking like a courier, although I don't think it's inappropriate to say that his walk is more of a sashay. He waves at Kate, who's all, I think I know just the guy.