Charlie and Kirsten are getting frozen yogurt. Way to save money, guys. Charlie says he doesn't want to tell his family about their baby-making efforts because the family will try to help. ["Ew -- HOW?!" -- Wing Chun] Kirsten floats the idea of taking time off from trying. Yes, please! Charlie points out that she's five days into her cycle, and that she has already injected hundreds of dollars worth of hormones, so they should go through with it this month. Aw, what a romantic! Kirsten starts talking about all the things they will have to cut out, like cable television and magazines. She is shocked at how much the frozen yogurt costs, and says they'll have to cut that out as well. Then Kirsten swipes a bunch of Sweet 'n' Low packets and some napkins. Oh, how I wish I were making that up. I think these two need to take some of their copious free time and volunteer at a homeless shelter, so they can see what poverty really looks like. I can tell you that it doesn't wear a leather jacket like Kirsten's.
Bailey is having a garage sale to raise money. Holly stops by and asks how much a really gaudy gold frame costs. Bailey tells her it's $75 and asks why Holly is there. She is meeting John, her date from across the street. Holly asks why he's trying to raise money and starts listing off all these luxury items Bailey might want to buy, like a wide-screen TV. You'd think after she put her foot in her mouth at the hospital last week, she'd learn. Bailey tells her he is trying to raise money for a friend's operation. Holly puts the pieces together and feels really dumb. Bailey makes a crack about her "boyfriend." Holly asks why Bailey has to be so angry. Bailey says they liked each other and she threw it away. I know that recap is pretty disjointed, bur frankly, I could not care less about these two, so I'm trying to keep it short.