Bailey and Holly are at a counter in a store, picking out the gift wrap for their wedding gift. The woman behind the counter gives them like ten choices for each step. There are ten kinds of wrapping paper, ten kinds of ribbons, etc. Holly picks up a card, and wonders if she should sign it from both of them. They ask the gift wrap lady what she thinks. The gift wrap lady lists off some possible categories their relationship could be in, like "Seeing each other, dating, exclusive, pre-engaged, engaged, married." Bailey and Holly stammer that they haven't really labeled their relationship yet. The gift wrap lady leaves to let them discuss their status. How messed up is it that they are having this conversation with the gift wrap lady? Anyway, Holly asks in a very convoluted way whether they should be exclusive. Bailey hems and haws and takes off his coat because it's really hot in there. He never does answer the question, but he does agree to sign the card as a couple, whatever that means.
Charlie is showing his furniture designs to Gus, his boss at the furniture factory. Charlie says he already lined up some potential customers for these chairs he designed, but that they need to see a prototype before placing an order. Gus says that Charlie will sell a lot of those chairs, and that he needs the right person to make them. Charlie asks Gus, "What about you?" Gus laughs and says that Charlie reminds him of himself, but doesn't answer the question. Charlie tries to persuade Gus to make the chairs. Gus reveals that he can't afford to start a new product line, and that in fact the business is on the verge of going under, so he's not able to help Charlie, even though the designs are good. Maybe it's time for Charlie to go back to teaching, a career he seems to have abandoned mid-school year.
At the wedding, Bailey is going through the receiving line and some old guy recognizes him as Holly's boyfriend. Holly rushes up and apologizes for ditching him, but there was a bit of a wedding cake emergency that only she could handle for some reason. She needs her cousin Jane, a chef, to bake a new wedding cake. Bailey is pressed into duty to prop up Holly's elderly aunt, who has forgotten her cane. The aunt proceeds to introduce Bailey to someone as "Barry Salinder, Holly's boyfriend." Bailey corrects her. She introduces him to the next person as "Barry Salinger, Holly's fiancé," and Bailey corrects her again. She introduces him to the next person as "Bailey Salinger, Holly's husband," and Bailey doesn't even try to correct her.