The Museum. Justin and his mom walk through the galleries, as Jennifer babbles about how much she misses coming to the museum with him. They're getting along pretty well, even after Jennifer implies that she's the reason he's an artist. She encouraged him, she means. Jennifer walks up to a painting of a Victorian-age woman holding her child and tells Justin that it's always been her favorite; in fact, she put it on his birth announcement. Justin's busy checking out a grunge-puppy on the other side of the gallery. He and Grunge Boy exchange the Look of Homosexual Acknowledgement. Jennifer is oblivious. The painting's really pretty, though. A techno beat pumps faintly in the background. Heads up. Sex is coming. Grunge Boy jerks his head out of the gallery, prompting Justin to tell his mother that he has to use the bathroom. Jennifer does a double take when she sees Justin and the other guy walking out of the room together, but decides to not do anything about it. She sits in front of the painting (O! The IRONY) while Justin has sex with Grunge Boy in a stall. Brian would be so proud!
Mike and Emmett's place. Mike's telling Emmett and Ted about his upcoming date with Dr. Dave while Emmett gives himself and Ted pedicures. He seems especially concerned that his mom not find out, "she doesn't need know every time I go out with someone." Ted, snickering, "Every time you go out with someone is once a year." See? So, don't feel so sorry for Ted when Brian gives him a hard time. He dishes it out, so he can take it. Emmett asks what Dr. Dave is like, Mike says, "Old." Ted frowns, "How old?" Mike: "Older than you." Ted, nodding, "That's old." Snerk. Emmett: "Well, think of it this way -- [older men] don't come as quick, and they have lots of money." You know, the older I get, and probably the more money I make myself, the less and less that seems such a great deal. Because sometimes you just want to get some damn sleep, okay? Mike tells them that Dr. Dave is taking him to some restaurant called "Papagano's," which Ted tells him is really expensive. "How expensive?" Mike asks. "More than your tax return." Ted replies. Mike works at the Big Q Mart. My Old Navy pajama bottoms are probably more than his tax return, but whatever. Mike is not pleased to hear that. "What are you wearing?" Emmett asks him. Mike frowns, "I don't know [looking down at himself], this?" Gay or no, Mike's definitely a guy. Emmett's like, not on my watch, "Now put down Captain America, and come with me." Ted frowns, and lifts his foot out of a basin. "I'm still soaking, here!" Hee.