The Palace. Harrison is checking out the baby and remarking on how tiny she is. "She looks tiny now," says Va-Jane-Ah. "But last week I thought she might be a Volvo." Brooke, Sam, and Mike give hearty laughs over the pain of childbirth. Never mind that Jane was able to expel the baby from her womb in about the amount of time it takes me to brush my teeth. Mike asks if the girls have come up with a name yet. Sam tells Mike that they're "paring down the list." The baby makes a stinky, so Mike and Jane head off to the nursery to change her. Now that the threesome are alone, Harrison tells them that he bought a tux at a store that Brooke suggested. I guess this store only sells one kind of tux because Sam concludes that the fact that Harrison's cummerbund matches Brooke's dress is more than just a coincidence. Harrison exits, and Sam starts sniping at Brooke for conspiring to steal Harrison. After some prodding, Sam admits that Nicole was the one who put the idea into her head in the first place. Brooke demands to know exactly what was said, "word for hateful word."
Chem class. Lily, instead of getting a real job, has gotten involved in a pyramid sales scheme. She gives a sales pitch to her fellow students -- who are clearly feeling very uncomfortable for her -- to get them to buy organic gardening soap. "Hillcrest organically removes grime in a colorful array of natural scents," says Lily, her voice breaking as the class barely hides their pity, "including pine, lemon and spiced lemon." Josh raises his hand and offers to buy 100 bars. Lily is all "we can't afford it" and apologizes to the class for subjecting them to her pathetic sales presentation. Carmen tries to encourage Lily by buying some soap. "What a great deal!" gushes Carmen. "Because, you know, I love anything that's spiced apple." Now if those soaps only came in BBQ or sour-cream-and-onion flavors... "You don't garden, Carm" says Lily, starting to cry. Carmen lies that she was planning to start. Sam and Brooke buy soap too, pretending to be recent gardening aficionados themselves. Chem points out that Lily has to sell 700 more bars of soap in order to pay their rent -- which is already a month late. Josh is all, "Back off, we're just getting started." Chem is all, "Landlords, grocers, and phone companies are unimpressed with the phrase, 'We're just getting started.'"