Now comes my favorite part of this whole episode. Tracy runs out, looking for a cab, or a machine gun, or something, Mike hot on her heels. Mike states, "It's true. David was my boyfriend." Tracy nods once, sharply, and then after looking for that machine gun some more, whirls around and asks, "Do you laugh at me? You and your friends, The Boys, do you laugh at me?" Mike lies, and says no. Tracy ignores him, and continues, "I must be a big joke to you, huh? The girl at work, who has the big crush? She's so funny, because she's so stupid!" Okay, see, I was laughing at her before, and now I feel really, really bad about it. The moniker "SOL" has officially been retired. Mike says that it's not like that, but no one believes him. Before running off, Tracy bites back at him, "You're a liar, Mike! A liar."
Meanwhile, back at the party, Brian's sniffing coke in order to make his face feel better. Or just maybe because it's there. Ted, standing next to him, rolls his eyes in disgust. Mike walks up to them, mad as all hell. Brian tries to talk to him, but Mike walks right past him and up to David behind the bar. "I wanna get out of here," Mike tells David, "How about you?" David agrees wholeheartedly. Justin holds up the comic book and reminds Mike not to forget it; Mike says he doesn't want it. Mike then stomps up to Brian, firmly says, "Thanks for the party," and takes off. Brian watches him go, turning back just in time for Ted to walk up and say, "Well, Brian, you certainly know how to throw a birthday bash." Emmett, right behind Ted, adds, "Too bad all good things must come to an end." Then Melanie weaves up to Brian and sneers, "Well, well, well. Is anyone surprised? Look at the way he treats people. Am I right? Is there anyone here tonight who hasn't been fucked by Brian Kinney in one way or another?" Vic, right behind her, adds, "Well, what do you know? Now Michael has been, too." Debbie's next: "So you finally gave him what he wanted? Good for you!" That was sarcasm, by the way. Brian wearily shakes his head. The ironic thing is that Brian didn't say a damn thing that wasn't true. But the anti-reception line isn't over yet; it's Lindsay's turn: "How could you have done it to him, Brian? Your best friend in the whole world." She doesn't even let him kiss the baby goodbye. That's just cruel. Brian's got a permanently fixed "kill me now" expression set on his face as Justin ambles up. The boy just stands there, until Brian sighs, "Well? Aren't you going to make your big exit, too?" Justin replies, "No. You're going to need someone to help you clean up this mess." Whatever. You know he's only thinking, "Woohoo! More Brian for me!"