Dejected Emmett sits alone. Nobody cares about his gimp wrist. Don't worry, Em. Wrists have a way of healing pretty quickly around these parts. Ted sits down next to Emmett and gives him a pep talk. They sit there and fall in love. Well, it's Ted, so only Ted falls in love, and Emmett leaves so Ted can make another love collage in his armoire.
Woody's. Debbie toasts to the Liberty Balls. "Long may they hang," Vic says. This is a record for Vic being out of the house. Ted too, come to think of it. Everybody toasts, and the record scratches as Horvath walks into the joint. Debbie asks if he's come to gloat. He says he wanted to offer congratulations. He says the straights didn't win by much. "You guys are great," he says. Everyone loves him and calls him "Carl." Debbie runs after him. She says the winner should buy the loser a drink. Horvath looks around nervously. "Don't flatter yourself," she says. "Nobody here's interested in you." Pause. "Except me." They make out. Everybody has a mixture of disgust and happiness at the sight. Michael looks away and covers his eyes. "A straight kiss at Woody's," Emmett says. "That's gotta be a first." Ted says that people really do find love in the strangest places. Emmett asks Ted if he sees anybody here that he loves. Ted says it's too soon to tell. WE. GET. IT. Emmett's hand is wrapped in a towel. Because towels are known for their wrist-healing qualities.