It is agreed that Dr. Fitch Cooper is prettier than Martina, but the gay-solidarity point is scored, Thor agrees, major hugging and dancing happen. "A doctor bought me lunch," he smugs to the world at large, and we quietly wonder if this little story, or any other plotpoint on this show, will ever recur.
While God softly plays the piano, Zoey confides about the sandwich key. As usual, the God scenes are so perfect it's no use describing them.
God: "I saw that in a movie. He wants you to come over more."
Zoey: "God, I'm conflicted. It's like one minute I'm just crazy about him, I wanna rip his clothes off. And the next I just wanna stab him. In the neck. With a fork."
God: "I saw that once in a movie too."
Zoey: "It's not just that he cracked my filling, I just wish he would, you know... Slow the fuck down, son."
God: "...I confess, I wanted to ask you out."
Zoey: "Thanks, but it'd be too much pressure to date God."
Lenny goes running to Jackie with a simple fuuuuuck and she actually indulges him. Good: Giving her a key. But in the sandwich? "Holy shit, Lenny." Her point, and it's true for both ladies, is that you gotta stop trying to handcuff her: "Give her some space, she will make a beeline to you." (Jackie, the lightbulb to the moth that is Zoey, knows from this.) "Suffocation is not really much of a turn-on. Lenny, please."
Thor and Fitch fight over the team: "A good offense is a good defense, isn't it?" asks Fitch, provoking sighs; "You don't get to type. You get to stand there and look pretty." They both agree this is in his wheelhouse.
Gloria catches the priest tagging statues he doesn't get to take: "They're architectural embellishments that do not fall within the scope of the chapel." He actually praises her for catching him on that one, and takes off, and then standing next to a giant Jesus Christ Gloria spits, "Jesus Christ." And I guess there's a point to be made about Gloria privileging the existence of these statues over the actual religious experience, but then I would also say that hidebound addiction to superstitious stuff like not saying "Jesus Christ" in front of a statue of Jesus Christ is probably worse.
God plays piano for them as Lenny apologizes to Zoey and explains he loves being with her, and doesn't want to suffocate or handcuff her, and everything Jackie told him to say, and then they slow dance, and it's just amazing. So of course Gloria appears out of nowhere and yells at them and sends them scattering; left alone with God she asks where the piano came from and He says, "I made it!" and then she sends him running, too, with a "Jesus Christ!" of his very own, before sitting down to play on God's piano for herself.