Cut to Jake at the restaurant, fielding the call from Lily. She tells him that the repair can't wait, and he asks, "How much?" Lily describes the extent of the damage and Jake cuts to the point: "How much is it going to cost?" Lily says that Will hasn't given her an estimate yet, and something on the desk catches her eye. It's a letter to Graham from a children's AIDS foundation, thanking him for his generosity. Lily picks it up, like it's any of her damn business, and says that Judy has used Will Gluck before, and that he's very reasonable. She says, "But you'll split it with me, right?" Wearily, Jake says that he will, and throws another fifty pounds of weight onto his shoulders. Lily changes the subject to Jennica just as the sleek-haired devil slinks through the kitchen and tosses Jake a seductive look. She's got the urge all right, and I don't mean to herbal. Jake tries to be evasive, but Lily keeps grilling him until he finally relents and admits there is, in fact, someone named Jennica whom the girls met the other night. He argues that at least he's spending time with the girls -- isn't that more important than.... Lily cuts him off with an abrupt "forget it," as she snaps up a picture from Graham's desk. Jake argues that the girls can handle it: "They're pretty damn mature." "Well, let's not make them any more mature," Lily retorts. She glances at the picture, which is of Graham and his retriever, and smiles. Jake laughs that she's "a fine one to talk," and assures Lily that the girls introduced themselves. He asks, "What else?" Lily is somewhere between disgust and exasperation, and snaps, "That's it," before hanging up on him. Graham enters the office and smiles at her cautiously.
Cut to Judy and Karen, sharing a table at Phil's. Judy asks if Karen is okay eating there, and Karen assures her that it's fine. Judy expresses sympathy for Jake, and the bad breaks he's caught lately. She glances at the man himself, flirting in the distance with Jennica. Karen turns to follow Judy's gaze and dryly comments, "Looks like he's found a way to numb his pain." "Oh, yeah," Judy snides. She then blurts, "So...they're getting married." Karen's bread appears to get stuck in her throat for a second, but she forces out, "Indeed." Judy looks at her searchingly, then lowers her eyes to the menu. After a second, she sets the menu aside, and leans conspiratorially across the table to tell Karen about Paul, but Karen thinks she's talking about Will. Judy clarifies, saying, "That's yet another person I've slept with." At least she acknowledges that she's easy. She owns those notches on her bedpost, which, to hear her and Lily talk, should be whittled down to a toothpick by now. Judy gets back to the point of her story: "I have reason to believe [Paul] might be stalking me." She tells Karen about the phone calls, but admits that she's not sure Paul is obsessed with her. She bitterly jokes, "That's so me. I can't even get a competent stalker. I mean, when a guy's obsessed with Lily he professes undying love -- calls her an eclipse!" I've said it before, but Judy, book an appointment with Dr. Wise-Ass. Now. Today. Karen's right there -- ask her for his number. Because it's just not healthy when you're jealous that your sister's sexual harassment is somehow more romantic than your own. Okay? Anyway, Karen snags on the eclipse thing, too, repeating it bitterly, and no doubt fantasizing about sending Lily to the far side of the sun, for real. Judy realizes how callous she's being, and relents, "It was awful, actually. Someone at work." Karen asks what happened, but doesn't sound like she's ready to bleed from her heart in sympathy. Judy actually shows some restraint and tries to salvage some of Lily's privacy, saying simply, "She stood up to him and he backed down. End of story."