Mike, David, and the Octogenarians. Short Hair says that they just got back from Bora Bora, where they also went for their fiftieth. Anniversary, that is. Mike whispers, "Holy shit." Short Hair smiles and hugs Long Hair, while Mike and David gaze at each other affectionately.
Later, as the Old Guys clear the table, Mike whispers to David that he can't believe they've been together so long. David says that he wanted Mike to meet them so that he can see it's possible for two men to live together their whole lives: "That's what I'd like for us." Yeah, but these guys knew each other longer than a few weeks, you desperate control freak. Mike ponders David's point, because he's been hanging out with Brian too long to actually have a spine. Long Hair asks if he and David are going to live together, and David replies that Mike hasn't decided, "but, [he's] hoping." Make that "manipulatively desperate control freak." Ugh. Short Hair asks Mike what's stopping him. Mike babbles something about getting seasick. I have no idea what he's talking about. Short Hair replies, "Listen, young man, living together ain't for sissies." Long Hair adds, "Neither is getting old." Short Hair continues, "And no matter what the problems or sacrifices are, it's worth it to have someone to share your life. And you're there to share his." Mike and David look at each other shyly. Mike's. Not. READY! All time issues aside, if Mike's not ready, why get into a situation that he's not ready for? Pants! Has the world gone mad?!
Brian and Lindsay. Lindsay's getting on his case about throwing Justin out. Brian: "I did him a favor and this is how he repays me." St. L. says that Justin didn't mean to do it, but Brian doesn't want to hear it, and tells Lindsay to stop making excuses for him. Lindsay snorts, "Sorry. Must be a force of habit." Oooh. Burn. Lindsay gathers up the baby and gets ready to go. Brian yells that he thought she was going to help him make a list of what was stolen. Lindsay turns back, grabs the pen from his hand, and snaps, "Oh, yeah. There's one valuable item missing that can't be replaced." She scribbles something on the notepad, and walks out. Brian looks down at the page and sees the word "Justin" scrawled on it.
Liberty Diner. Daphne and Justin are having lunch. "You're such a big dramatic queen," Daphne drawls. Justin rolls his eyes: "That's 'drama queen.'" He asks if she has a better idea; she offers to put him up at her place. Justin says that her parents would be thrilled. Daphne asks what he's going to do in New York, and Justin unveils his plan to go to Chelsea and become a model or a go-go boy. He says he could make a hundred bucks a night. Actually, he could make way more than that. I used to live with a go-go dancer in L.A., and that boy made bank. Daphne says that she could come too, and Justin laughs, joking, "That would be great! You and me!" Daphne adds, "Except. I have to be home by eleven." Sigh. It's always something. Justin says that he's going, and that he's already bought a plane ticket. Using Brian's credit card. Daphne reminds him that's a felony, and that he could go to jail if he gets caught. Justin shrugs, "At least then I'd have a place to live." He says that he'll pay Brian back once he gets a job, but he's got to get out of town immediately.