Ted's. Blake has returned, and Ted's all about asking him how his first day went. Blake's totally excited: it was really great, and MM took him to lunch, and oh! The people there are so nice! Ted asks whether there were any cute guys. Blake says that there was only one, and that he was married. Ted starts undressing Blake and apologizes for asking that last question: "I'm required to ask that question by the Boyfriend's Workplace Act of 1991." Blake nods, happily going along. Blake brags that they've already put him to work on a really interesting case. Ted's just relieved that everything went so well. He tells Blake how proud he is of him, and starts carrying Blake around the living room. Blake says he's kind of proud of himself, too, and he's just so sweet. Ted carries Blake into the bedroom, and suggests that they only drop by Vic's victory dinner for a little while, so they can "come back here and consummate [Blake's] return to white-collar respectability." Blake asks why they should wait, and suggests that they take a shower. They start making out as Blake takes off his jacket. He strips for Ted in the middle of the bedroom as an opera plays in the background. Blake pulls down his shorts (leaving his socks on), and throws them to Ted. Yes, there's a slight dick shot. Ted grins, shakes his head, and snarks that Blake needs to have a little more respect for his clothes, instead of leaving them on the floor like that. He starts picking the suit pieces off the floor, teasing Blake, when he notices a little vial that's fallen out of the suit jacket -- a vial filled with crystal pieces. I'm not exactly sure what it is, but I'm guessing it's all bad. Ted looks at the vial in horror. Blake calls to him from the shower. And then calls him again, as Ted hurriedly puts the vial back where he found it, and runs into the bathroom with an apprehensive look on his face.
Vic's victory dinner. Everyone applauds Vic, who finally stands up and makes a speech. Vic says that they should be thanking Melanie, because she's the one who got his case thrown out. Everyone applauds Melanie. Melanie says, no, no, Vic's the one who was so brave. Emmett adds, "You were an inspiration, the way you stood up for yourself." Vic says he really didn't have any choice, given that horror story Emmett told him. Emmett kind of looks around, like, la lala la la. Vic's like, wait, it wasn't true? Emmett shrugs, "All of my stories are true. And if they're not, they should be." He leans over so that Vic can give him a kiss on the forehead.