Bedroom. DVO: "He was a genius. I had goosebumps just watching him think." Pan back from a love-struck Danielle to Brian, well, thinking. He suggests that they find a place that sells handcuffs, and maybe they'd find a pair that uses the same key. Sharon remembers a place called The Pleasure Center that might have that kind of thing, and when Rayanne teases her for knowing that, she's all, "What -- I've passed by it! Jeez!" Angela's like, fine -- so who's going? They all stare at Brian. A cloud of fear darkens Brian's face: "I don't even know where the Pleasure Center is!" Sharon tells him not to worry, she'll show him.
Dinner table. Everyone's nice and buzzed, but Patty is outright drunk -- and disappointed when she finds they've finished off the bottle. Sheryl busts out another bottle, and Patty's all, "Let's break this puppy open," and Graham thinks maybe she's had enough. "You think that I'm drunk?" she leers at Graham, and then she's very obvious about hiding the bottle when Warren walks by and asks how's the meal, and everyone says that it's great, but Patty motions Warren closer and says in a stage whisper that Graham hates the food because "he's a food snob, and he hates anything that he doesn't fix himself." Graham, mortified, tries to laugh it off, but Patty won't let him, saying that she's friends with Warren, and he's "a very sensitive person," and "we speak all the time now," as she smoothes the front of Warren's shirt. Warren, annoyed, glares down at her as the rest of the table tries not to succumb to hysterics. Patty refers to earlier in the day, when the rest of them "left [her] here all alone." Graham, a rictus of disbelief plastered across his face, stares at Patty. Warren eventually walks away, and Patty murmurs that "we pulled that off," which they totally didn't, and fishes the bottle out from under her chair as Sheryl giggles helplessly.
At the Chases', Brian comes in the front door and says sourly, "You would not believe who we ran into around the corner from The Pleasure Center." Angela walks over to peer out the window.