Claudia is visiting Ross, who asks about Victor. Claudia tries to change the subject, but Ross doesn't get it, and asks again. Claudia says that Victor thought Ross was "helpful." Oh yeah, everyone wants a helpful boyfriend. Ross continues to dig, and Claudia comes up with "sweet and smart," which Victor didn't actually say, but Ross is putting Claudia in a difficult position here. Of course, Claudia put herself there by trying to set them up in the first place, I guess. Ross finally figures out what's going on, and says that Victor must have really hated him. Claudia says that Ross just isn't Victor's type, and that she thinks Victor likes "angry guys." Hey, maybe they could hook him up with Ned! Ross plays the "nobody wants a nice guy" card. Claudia tells Ross what Victor said about love being an accident. Whoops! I fell in love!
Kirsten and Charlie are getting ready for bed. Kirsten is telling Charlie about Daphne's situation (read: she is telling him about their situation). Kirsten says Daphne and Diana are alone all the time. The phone rings and Charlie answers (after Kirsten gives him permission). It's someone from work, and Charlie straightens out the problem in a matter of minutes and hangs up. Kirsten's mad because they aren't supposed to call after midnight, and Charlie says it was an emergency. It only took him like a minute to deal with! It's not like he was on the phone for hours. Anyway, Kirsten says she's worried about Daphne (read: she's worried about herself). Charlie says that after Luke gets established, he'll have more say over his hours. Kirsten wonders how long Daphne (read: Kirsten) is supposed to wait, and that Daphne's thinking about moving back to San Francisco, and maybe she should. I'm not sure what the Kirsten parallel is in that part. Charlie says it's only been a month, and Luke's only doing in his job. I'm actually on Charlie's side in this one, and maybe instead of running away, Daphne should talk to Luke about what's really bothering her (read: Kirsten should shut up). Kirsten delivers an ultimatum, saying that Luke had better think of something or Daphne might not be there when he comes home.
Bailey is telling Holly about how he's been planning a simple ceremony for them, but then he started talking to Will. Holly is upset that Bailey told Will, because they weren't going to tell anyone. Bailey says it was an accident. Holly feels like the whole wedding thing is taking on a life of its own. Bailey says he knows it's just pretend, but it has to look real, so they need to relax and smile for the cameras, and enjoy themselves. Holly agrees. Bailey pushes it, by talking about the honeymoon he is planning. Holly is all, "Honeymoon?" and Bailey says that INS will want to see pictures from the honeymoon, first thing. Not that he got the idea from when he rented Green Card or anything.