Talkin' 'bout My Generation
Kenneth is teaching when he gets a phone call. We don't see who it is, but he looks upset by whatever they have to say. The Voice asks him after class who it was. He says it was the sperm bank, and he demurs that he doesn't want to talk about it in the hallway at school, but The Voice is persistent. They told him that he was infertile and that he can't have children. He slowly walks away on the verge of tears. Oh, between him and Rolly, one of them is going to make me cry soon.
The mood gets lighter with some home video from April 2000. It's Anders asking Brenda why she loves him. She talks about his secret dancing. He does one of those cheesy things where he holds up big cards with words on them that he flips. It's a message for Brenda on her birthday. He says that he loves her because when they are together he feels alive, and his cards say that he got her flowers because she already has his heart.
Present day Brenda is on her blind date, and the lucky fella wants to know about the film crew. Then he just dumps out a ton of information about himself. He's a lawyer who loves musicals and Catherine Zeta-Jones, drives a Prius, doesn't like books and loves to go to the gym. He then whispers that he has a small penis, but he knows how to use it. Wow. What a charmer. Then he wants to know the "411" on her. She wisely gets up and walks away. Smart girl.
There is a bridal shower happening and Jackie and Dawn try and have a conversation, but it is just uncomfortable. Then Caroline walks in and Dawn looks utterly relived. In the kitchen, Caroline sees Falcon. They exchange pleasantries and then she asks about Steven, and tries to get information out of him, but Falcon doesn't want to get involved with their thing. Caroline sets Falcon straight about this "thing" that is a child. She says she has a 9-year-old son who thinks he's meeting his father, and then she awesomely threatens to cut off Falcon's balls unless he gets Steven Foster to get on a plane and get back to Texas this week. Not a shy wallflower anymore! Dawn makes a toast to everyone, thanking them for coming and then starts tearing up about Rolly not being there. Lots of hugging ensues.