And it looks like Gabby and Peter were invited to the singles night as well, but Peter informs Gabby that he only stopped by to tell her his passive-aggressive days are over, and she can barely say "good for you" for scanning the crowd for guys slightly less dweeby-looking than her soon-to-be-ex-husband. For starters, says Peter, he's taking the house: "And I'd just appreciate you getting all your crap out of it tomorrow so I can get on with my life." Now it's Gabby's turn to give a shocked "Ex-cuse me?" And in this supposedly way overcrowded bar, Fox Daddy and Kate manage to hear and see everything as the two of them bicker their way right on out of the bar. Kate grabs Nick, who is lying to some woman about six inches taller than he is about how much he loves Pilates ("I just Pilateed this morning," he explains). Nick makes a joke about Kate trying to get him alone, but the first thing I noticed was that I have never seen quite that many buttons on a shirt before. Kate tells him they're looking for Peter and Gabby, "before they kill each other." But they locate Peter and Gabby, and they're not killing each other; they're making out on a bench. Kate starts cooing, saying she knew they were a good couple, but the charming Nick says that this is just "a prelude to a bye-bye bang." Nick gets their attention long enough for Peter to demonstrate that he has become Assertive Again by calling off the divorce, and Kate teases Nick with a sing-song, "You saved a marriage." "Take that back!" yells a clearly dismayed Nick. Oh, all right. Heh. And nothing says marital bliss like steel drums, which take us into the next scene.
Kate's telling Marla's lawyer that she appreciates the "expedited schedule" and she knows Aaron does too. But the lawyer harrumphs that it's against her better judgment since Nick couldn't even attend the meeting, which Kate attributes to a "work emergency." "What, did they run out of three-holed paper?" says Marla. Now that was funny, but Kate wonders why she doesn't ease up on him. Is "ease up on him" some sort of legal thing? And finally, someone tells Kate to mind her own business. Undaunted, Kate lectures her on how Aaron just wants to do the right thing, and Marla and her lawyer stomp off under such a withering attack.
Turns out the "work emergency" was a cover-up on Kate's part, as she is now leaving messages for Aaron, identifying herself as his attorney, "who just totally went to bat for you," like, maybe he's not returning her calls because he can't believe he hired a lawyer who talks like a Valley Girl. After she explains that Aaron's son is going to be coming over for a visit, her phone beeps, and it's Laurel, whining about how Peachy left without saying goodbye and is now not answering his phone. Apparently not in the mood for this, Kate gives Laurel a good tongue-lashing of her own, telling Laurel that if she wants Peachy back, she's going to have to work for it, and she hangs up.