Kirsten is reading to Diana on the floor of her (spacious) office. Diana is fussing and doesn't look very happy. A woman walks in and asks Kirsten about some report. Kirsten says she's trying to get Diana to nap so that she can finish the report. The woman points out that it was due yesterday, and then observes that Diana doesn't look very sleepy. Kirsten bitchily says, "That's what happens when interesting people come in." The woman asks her why she doesn't take Diana to the nursery. Kirsten says something about no one-year-olds being in today, and that Diana gets overstimulated by the three-year-olds. The woman asks her why they don't ask one of Charlie's many siblings, or possibly Owen's nanny, to watch Diana for a few hours. Okay, she didn't ask that, but I would have. Instead, the woman says she should probably leave, and Kirsten asks her to ask "Meredith" to call her husband while she continues to struggle with a completely unsleepy Diana.
The Indigo Girls are playing. I can't hear them, but the captioning told me so. Adam is making tacos. Julia enters and says she is surprised he is making them, since she thought they would be getting take-out. Dude, in case you haven't noticed, Adam is poor. Not all of us get checks every month without ever having to lift a finger. Adam says he thought it would be nice to do something "a la casa." You see, because he's making tacos, so he has to speak Spanish. Yeah, I thought it was dumb too. Julia notes there are "candles, flowers...I thought you hated the Indigo Girls," and that Adam is "wearing The Shirt." Adam asks what shirt, and Julia replies, "The one I said I liked -- the 'Your eyes are so blue' shirt." Adam makes excuses as to why all those elements are present but Julia asks him what is going on since it is clearly a scene set for seduction. ["The Indigo Girls? Is Adam a lady?" -- Wing Chun] Adam tells her to sit down and starts to talk but Julia stops him, and then they both babble awkwardly for a few minutes and then Julia tells him that "some things are better left unsaid." Adam picks up a bottle of hot sauce and tells her it tastes like "tongue- kissing a volcano." First of all, yuck. And second of all, I hate the phrase "tongue-kissing." Why do you have to specify what kind of kiss it is? Wouldn't "kissing a volcano" have sufficed in getting the point across? Anyway, Adam feels dumb and Julia feels dumb and I feel dumb, and you probably do too, so let's move on.