Bailey is still at the bar, staring at his full glass. The bartender asks if there's something wrong with it, so we know he hasn't had any to drink yet. A woman approaches and tells the bartender that she wants her usual. He says he doesn't know what she means. She says she comes in every Wednesday night. He says it's not Wednesday. She orders what Bailey is having -- "an unblended scotch" says the bartender. I don't know what the hell that whole exchange was about. She talks to Bailey but he doesn't answer her. She says that must not be his first drink, but Bailey says it is. The woman gets her drink and reveals that she has never been in this bar before. So what was that all about? Was it just to get Bailey's attention? What a psycho. Anyway, she offers up a toast but Bailey doesn't drink. The woman says that if he can't lift the glass, either someone died, he lost his job or the love of your life just took a hike. If he were depressed because someone had died, that would be kind of an insensitive thing to say. Of course, she's crazy. So there's that. She says that she's rooting for number three on her list so that they can bond, and asks if he's planning on drinking his scotch. Bailey offers it to her and she drains it in one swallow. Yeah, this is definitely a good companion for a recovering alcoholic. The woman says, "So, do we hate her or is no one to blame?" I yell at my television, "We hate her!" but Bailey makes like Howard Jones and says no one is to blame. Bailey asks about her situation and she says she hates him, and she'd rather talk about his problems. Bailey smiles for the first time in like, ever.
The next morning, Kirsten is pouring coffee for Myra and asks if she has a hangover. Myra says, "Mr. Salinger never mentioned you." Kirsten offers her some breakfast. Myra says that Kirsten is pretty and she can see why Charlie married her. Kirsten does look pretty this morning. Charlie is on the phone with Sylvia, and says that she can call the precinct if she wants, but Myra was drunk; he could smell it and she woke up at 4 AM and threw up. Back in the kitchen, Myra asks to use the bathroom and passes Charlie on her way in. Charlie tells Kirsten that Sylvia told him just to send Myra to school. Kirsten says, "She doesn't even have a change of clothes, and she's sick," and I think the order of those two things shows you her priorities in life. Charlie says he tried to tell Sylvia that. Kirsten says that they are spending so much money and sacrificing so much for a child and Sylvia just wants them to put Myra on a bus. Then Charlie and Kirsten discuss some more what great people they are and how much Myra's mom stinks, even though Myra is right in the other room.