In the kitchen, we are treated to a bunch of "through the cabinet" shots, as if we, the viewers, are seated in the back of the cupboard among the dishes. Victor is annoyed with Claudia for trying to set him up with Ross. Claudia denies it. Victor points out the "very single" and "very interested" comments as evidence. Claudia points out that Victor and Ross have a lot in common, including daughters and a love of music. Victor yells, "Everyone loves music! Dogs and cats love music!" Claudia says Victor is always complaining about his love life, and Victor says that doesn't mean she has to set him up with the only other gay man she knows. The writers seem to think that by launching a pre-emptive strike against criticism, they somehow become immune to it. Like, clearly, my criticism of this storyline would be that it's ridiculous to assume that if there are two gay men on the show, they have to date each other. So, they have Victor say it, and it's no longer an issue. But it still is. Anyway, Victor says love is supposed to just happen, and it's not supposed to be work, and Ross isn't his type anyway. Claudia says Ross is her best friend (he is?) and he's sweet and smart. Victor says he's too sweet and too smart. Ah, so Victor likes the bad boys. Thank god this scene is over because the opening and closing of all the cabinet doors was making me nauseous.
Bailey and Holly are in the hospital cafeteria. Seriously, does Bailey do anything but follow her around? He's such a stalker. Anyway, Holly heard from her lawyer, it's not good, and they are appealing the decision. Bailey says that waiting around isn't going to help, but Holly says there's nothing else she can do. Bailey's been doing a little research (which must have included stopping by the video store and renting Green Card) and he has a solution. Holly's against it, because she thinks it will be too much pressure on their relationship. Bailey says it's a better option than having her go back to England, and that they can make it work. Holly points out that they just got back together, and she doesn't want to jeopardize their relationship. Like moving to another continent won't jeopardize their relationship? Plus, Holly is worried that they will be caught. Bailey says the only people who get caught are those that don't really love each other. There's an awkward pause after Bailey says the "L" word, and then Holly says Bailey's being pressured already to say things he doesn't mean. Bailey says it will just involve a little pretending, but their relationship doesn't have to change. Holly looks doubtful.