Brian has finally made it to work, and is presenting a new ad campaign to a client. The print ad features a scantily clad, oiled and buff Stud-Boy. A younger man fidgets with his wedding ring as Brian goes on about how, with this ad, their beer is "selling sex, not Clydesdales." Brian notices the ring, but doesn't seem too impressed by it. An older man at the table asks, "What about the model? Isn't he a little too --" Brian finishes with a sneer, "Gay?" Turning to the rest of the room, he says, "Ladies?" A woman who resembles Katherine Harris before she started doing her own makeup answers, " I wouldn't care. I'd go to bed with him anyway." Yeah, good luck with that, sweetheart. Brian asks the married guy what he thinks. He thinks that he hadn't thought about it. Brian directs The Sneer his way.
Justin at school. The locker room is a little...distracting this morning. Boys in the shower. Boys in tight football pants. Boys in the shower in tight football pants.
Cut to the football field, where Justin and Daphne are hanging out while he sketches the team. Justin tells Daphne that he and Brian had sex the night before. She just looks at him, nonchalantly, winning my heart forever. "Well," he says, "aren't you shocked?" "Not really," she replies. Hah! She figured he was gay, even though he never told her. Babe, he'd have to be to let you get away. Blasé, she offers him her veggie wrap, and asks him how it was. "Well, I started out a tight end, but ended up a wide receiver," he replies. I groan. Daphne giggles. I still love her, though.
Meeting's over. A blonde woman who sat in chats with Brian, and confirms that the married guy's married and has two children. Brian refrains from laughing out loud. Married Guy walks past them, asks them where the restroom is. After a second, Brian follows him. The blonde shakes her head. That Brian. Always buggering clients.
At school, Justin's giving Daphne graphic, schoolyard-boasting details. Daphne wrinkles her nose and says it must have hurt. Justin gets all fuzzy about it and basically says that it stopped hurting when he started falling in love. He just looked at Brian's face, and he looked so peaceful and happy, like he was in a beautiful place, "and that beautiful place was me." Urrrghhhh.
Back at the Ad agency, Brian has made the restroom faux pas of using the urinal right next to the married guy. MG tells him it was a good presentation. Brian says, "That's what we're here for -- to please the client." I can't believe he gets away with lines like this. Oh, wait a minute. Brian's gorgeous. And self-confident. And Married Guy probably doesn't know where he's getting his next same-sex nookie. Never mind.