Back at the law firm, Kate's telling her dad that they can't continue to represent Weston, since he's just going to keep coming back to them with brand-new cases. Jerrold attempts to explain to his daughter the concept of repeat business, but she runs down the list of frivolous lawsuits, including one for harassment of his father (when his ex-wife just called to remind him to take his heart medicine), and an injunction to try to keep her out of the gym they both belong to. For anybody who doesn't get it, Jerrold explains that Weston is obviously using the court system to lash out at his ex-wife, which I'm sure is completely unheard of in the divorce industry, and Jerrold just has one question: "Did the cheque clear?" It did, says Kate, rolling her eyes (but smiling). Fox Daddy tells her to keep up the good work.
Finch and Kate walk down the street, with Finch talking about punching above his weight, dating-wise, saying he'd like to date a model or actress, since he always fantasizes about that when he's out with Connie, and Kate smiles at this instead of poking him in his beady little eyes, but at least she tells him that the women he's fantasizing about "can't hold a candle" to Connie in terms of warmth or character, and Finch is all, "I know, I know," but he really wants to get this out of his system. Kate doesn't say anything. "I know, you think I'm a pig, don't you?" and Kate smiles and says, "Not entirely," and promises to see what she can do.
Supremely annoying therapy scene with an older woman with short, white hair named Sonja, who thinks it's marvelous that Bryan wants to get the bottom of what went wrong with their relationship. Kate, meanwhile, looks about as eager as I do about my upcoming dental surgery. Stupid wisdom teeth. Anyway, Sonja wants to know what Kate thinks went wrong, but Bryan jumps in by saying that they really love each other, but the problem was they weren't communicating. Kate says she's actually quite a communicative person, but the trouble was that Bryan didn't listen. "When did I not listen?" says Bryan, and Kate reminds him of that stupid Maui trip that she didn't want to go on, so he starts off on how he was just trying to do something nice, and he bought non-refundable tickets, and blah blah yippy yeah, and Kate says it was nice, but she felt like he was "steamrolling" over her. They start to bicker, so this is where the therapist decides to introduce them to her rock -- it's an actual rock, and only the person holding the rock is allowed to talk, while the other one has to listen. She is obviously the most deranged couples therapist ever. Um, excuse me, bickering couple? I'd like to interrupt your argument right now so that I may GIVE ONE OF YOU A HEAVY, BLUNT OBJECT. Now, continue picking at each other. Kate takes the rock, and complains about how Bryan was always so critical of her. Bryan takes the rock and apologizes, acknowledging that he can be a critical person, starting with himself. He says, though, that during their time apart, when he went on dates with people the likes of "Candace, the model-slash-actress," he realized the things that annoyed him about her are actually the things that he misses about her. That sounds like a bit of a slam to me, but Kate takes the rock back to say, "Thank you." Then Crazy Couples Therapy Woman suggests that they go on a first date together; they should get all dolled up as their "special selves." Bryan suggests that he make dinner, and Kate agrees that they can do it at her place, and Crazy Couples Therapy Woman is all yelling at the top of her lungs, "THAT SOUNDS WONDERFUL," and clapping. Then Kate asks if Bryan has the number of that model/actress, since she might have someone good for her. Bryan just makes this "you see what I'm talking about?" face and gesture to the therapist, like so much for taking her matchmaking business seriously.
Out on the town with Candace is the newly emboldened Finch, bragging about the work he did on his '67 Continental. Candace, however, is less than impressed. "You drive a car from 1967?" Bryan's all, that's right, baby. But Candace says, "That's just sad." She asks what he does for a living. He says he's a student activities coordinator at a college in El Segundo. "Wow, you must make like no money," says Candace, sounding almost impressed that Bryan doesn't die from the shame of it all. Bryan's kind of thrown for a loop, but manages to ask if that's important to her, although it CLEARLY IS, and she says that she's been poor, and "rich is better."