Bailey enters Charlie's office and asks if he turned down the "billion chair" order. Charlie says he hasn't yet, but he's going to when they call back. Bailey tells him not to turn it down. Charlie says that's easy for Bailey to say when he doesn't have to do all the work. Bailey says he will help out if it means that Charlie can take the order. Charlie wonders what changed his mind. Bailey says that he realized that he couldn't run around afraid all the time, because then he will jump into the next wrong thing that feels halfway right. No, it doesn't make any sense to me either. Plus, Bailey is bored of sitting around all the time and he would like to work with Charlie. Charlie says it sounds good to him. They shake on it.
I was just recovering from the "Dueling Banjos" fiasco, and they break in with the Julia/Adam post-coital scene. They are lying in bed, surrounded by candles, and Julia tells Adam the last thing was called "The Elephant Kiss." Julia pulls the book out from under the covers and says they have four hundred pages to go. Adam says he noticed that Julia's mind wandered after "The Butterfly Stampede" and Julia says she had a story idea. Adam asks if she wants to write it down. Julia says she's more in the mood for reading, and they start making out again.
That fades into a scene of Bailey and Holly making out at an outdoor café. A waiter comes up and clears his throat and Holly asks what his problem is. Bailey says that was the international sign for "Pay your check and get out of here." Holly realizes they've been there for two hours as Bailey pays the check. Holly asks if they should go home now. Bailey asks her what the rush is, since they have a beautiful table, candles and each other. Holly tells him he has a beautiful point. I tell them to get a room.