Soliloquy Judy asks, "Why did it have to be good?"
Back in bed, Will grabs her head and starts kissing her again. Judy voice-overs: "There are times in life when bad sex is the right thing. Bad sex with your ex. Bad sex with people who are wrong for you. Who you are not going to be with."
In bed, she asks, "Who do you want to be twenty years from now?" "Someone who doesn't think about that question," Will answers without hesitation. There's the sound of a key in a door and we hear Lily call out, "Hello." Jesus, I thought they went back to Judy's place. They're shagging in Lily's bed! And the plucky little guitars kick in to confirm that this is, in fact, a little light-hearted humor. Lily stands in the foyer, calling out repeatedly and glancing around. Her eyes shift this way and that, suspicious. When she doesn't get a response, she half-shrugs and starts for the kitchen, still calling out.
We return from commercials to find Will racing down the stairs and buttoning his shirt. Those plucky guitars are still playing, so we know Lily's going to collide with him in three...two...one. "Aah!" she squawks. They stutter and sputter in an attempt to communicate whether Judy's still there and where she is and why Lily couldn't find anyone. Will says he's going to finish up, pointing toward the dining room. Just as Lily starts up the stairs, Judy comes spinning down the in a little halter top and leather pants. Man, is she thin. Lily proceeds up the stairs, and Judy snatches her cardigan off the banister and races to follow. Lily beats her to the bedroom. "You slept with him in my bed!" she fumes. "What if the girls had come home?" Judy says she knew they wouldn't come home -- she was more worried about Lily. She then points out that Rick and Lily "did it in [her] apartment." Oh, but if course, that was different. That was a "relationship." And, it involved Lily, and therefore should be considered beyond reproach. "I have no idea what this is," Lily says, referring to Judy's tryst with Will. "Why, because he works with his hands?" Judy demands. "No! I think he is great," Lily says, and then things go really bizarre as I find myself rooting for Lily and begging Judy to listen to her. Lily says she thinks that Will is really sweet. "Yeah, well why don't you marry him?" Judy brats. "Because I have Rick," Lily says. "Oh exactly -- the big architect!" Judy snipes. "Is that what this is about? Are you competing with me?" Lily demands. "Because that is really stupid." Judy snarks, "Oh, that is a wonderful fantasy on your part," and starts to walk out of the room. Lily tells her to wait and then gives her a really nice talk. She says that Judy has "so much to offer" and Lily doesn't "care if it's with Will or Paul or George or Ringo! Are you going to keep doing this? I mean, just jumping from one person to the next because you're disappointed?" She tells Judy to "decide," to "pick one person and then just stick with it. Make it work with Paul if it can't be with Will." Judy looks chastised. "Make it work," Lily repeats.