Oh, great. It's the severely irritating Ramon, with his report on "the nanny-banger's wife." I guess we're supposed to be impressed by the extensive research he's done on her, including finding out her zodiac sign (Sagittarius). Ramon has been following Ellen Donovan, and he rattles off a list of her trips and appointments; there's nothing untoward, just dropping off dry-cleaning and the like. Jerrold wants to know if the nanny had anything to say. Ramon tracked her down at the gym, but he starts drooling, so it was kind of tough to make out what he said, but it was something like, "You have got to see this nanny." Jerrold, a little too eagerly, says that they do need to interview her, and Kate says they'll be doing that Thursday, and she's doing a good job of not being too grossed out as her dad pops a boner at the prospect of checking out the hot nanny.
Serena and Dr. Cooper (the vet) are having lunch, I guess, at the Only Bar, and they seem to be hitting it off well. Serena's telling a story about the chocolate lab named Winnie she had when she was a little girl, and the day they had to put Winnie down was the saddest day of her life. Dr. Cooper's quite sympathetic, as he's had a few of those days himself. All's going swimmingly until the water boy tries to fill Serena's water glass. She makes a nifty little Miyagi move to cover her glass and says, "Stop! Bottled. Flat." The waiter scurries away, and Serena turns on the charm again, telling Dr. Cooper how amazing it is that he works with animals, but he's got a look on his face like he just realized he's having lunch with Hitler. Meanwhile, the Water Waiter is over at the bar tattling to Victoria. Dr. Cooper explains that he just loves working with animals, and Serena calls it noble. Then the real waiter shows up, and asks if they're ready to order. Serena snottily says that having their menus closed in front of them for ten minutes is generally an indicator that they're ready to order, and I really have to side with her on this one. Before the waiter can apologize or anything, Serena asks him to tell her about the sea bass. He does so, but as soon as he mentions cilantro, Serena cuts him off and says she just wants a tossed salad, and a discombobulated Dr. Cooper orders the same. Serena then tells the waiter to hurry, as she's "hypoglycemic." Dr. Cooper looks afraid for his life, as Serena says this is so much fun, because most of the time when she goes out to eat, it's "business, business, business."