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.
So Langham's picking up a summons from Claire ("Yum! Manhattan Beach!" he says) when Kate walks over. "Hi, gorgeous. Great shoes," he says, like, I promise you, WE GET IT. Kate thanks him and asks if he'd be interested in going out with one of her clients. And IN CASE ANYONE MISSED IT, Lucas here reminds Kate that he's gay. Kate assures him that she plans to dance at his "Canadian wedding," but she begs him anyway. Lucas explains the incongruity of a gay man dating a woman, but Kate is undeterred, even when Lucas explains that gay men aren't sexually attracted to women. "I know, it's perfect!" says Kate, promising to call him later before skipping off. Lucas gives an exasperated little sigh. Scott Thompson wonders if it was necessary for Langham to play the courier quite so swishy.
Over at the Only Bar, Victoria is all confused about the Connie/Finch situation, and finally says, "Good luck with that!" only to find out that Kate wants her to go out with Finch. Victoria says no, even though Kate insists that Finch needs to put his doubts to rest. "I see, so one date with me will send him running back to his girlfriend. Yeah. I generally have that effect on men," says Victoria, and I can't quite figure out if Victoria is lamenting her lack of success with men or being sarcastic with that last bit, boasting by implying that after one date with her, ain't no way Finch is going back to Connie. Probably the former. Kate floats the possibility that maybe the two of them will hit it off, and maybe not, but at the very least Victoria gets a free dinner out of it. To seal the deal, Kate starts stroking Victoria's ego by saying that Finch will always have the memories of his one fantasy date with Victoria, who agrees to do it only if she gets to pick the restaurant.
Speaking of dates, and restaurants, here's Kate arriving for her date with Bryan, and she's wearing this dress that…okay. So she arrives, and she's wearing this dress that…okay. I'm sorry. Let me try that again. This dress is slit all the way down to…okay. I mean, all the way down…