Pot Brownie is addressing the household staff, who are lined up against the wall. I'm almost positive that one of them is the same actress who played a fat, hairy wife in Part One. He puts a medal around Eddie's neck, and announces his promotion. "From this day, Joseph has charge over you...all that I have I give to him...he will answer to no man, save to me." Yet another quote that will be important later. Sort of. Surprisingly, Eddie does not use his newfound power to demand extra sheep for his chambers. Instead, he goes back inside the house, where Cleoslutra propositions him. Now would be a good time to point out that Cleoslutra is played by Amanda Donohoe. I know she's been in a lot of stuff, but I only remember her from L.A. Law, where she gets bonus points for playing a strong-willed woman named CJ back when Sorkin was still doing A Few Good Men off-Broadway. Incidentally, she's credited here as "The Egyptian Temptress." I don't know about that. She's tempting me to change the channel, but that's about it.
Anyway, Eddie turns her down. Because, you know, he's pretty. And she's old and icky. Plus, she's wearing too much eye make-up, and in the immortal words of Irwin M. Fletcher (a.k.a. Chevy Chase), "You shouldn't wear [too much] eye make-up. It makes you look cheap." On the other hand, Randall "Tex" Cobb would have done a better job with this scene than Turd Watch Eddie.
Cleoslutra refuses to give up. She asks about Eddie's dad. He gets all sad. Or at least tries to. I can actually see Eddie Cibrian thinking, "Think sad thoughts. Think sad thoughts." It's pretty sad. She kisses him, and leads him over to the bed. The Steel Drums Of Non-Sheep Love (tm Pamie -- sort of) get going on the soundtrack. They mack a bit, and then he runs off. She yells after him, "Joseph! Joseph! Stella!" Way to be discrete there, Mrs. Robinson. Why not just boil a rabbit on his stove?
It's later. Pot Brownie refuses to believe something. Hey, I just noticed we haven't had any bad edits yet tonight. I was always taught in film school that the best edits are the ones you never see. The guy who edited this just doesn't realize that, if you can't see it because of all the eye make-up, it doesn't count. Anyway, Pot Brownie refuses to believe that Third Watch Eddie tried to rape Cleoslutra. It's easy to see why. He's pretty. Her, not so much. She holds up his gown and asks how she could have gotten it. What's up with people stealing Eddie's clothes to frame him? Somebody get this guy some black gloves and a pair of Bruno Maglis, stat. Pot Brownie casts Third Watch Eddie out of the house, and there are still no commercials in sight.