Ted's. Ted comes home and finds Blake all scrubbed clean, and cooking many things in the kitchen. Ted's surprised that Blake is up. Blake says he feels great. Ted's like, you cook? Blake says yeah, his parents worked and he was the oldest of seven kids: "So, I know how to make a chicken stretch." That should come in handy if he's going to hang out with Ted. Ted notices that the table's been set and candles have been lit. Blake asks Ted to put on some music while he finishes up. Ted puts in an opera. Blake says it's nice, what is it? Don your helmet, y'all, the blows are going to start coming fast and furious. Ted says it's La Traviata: "It's about this woman, Violetta. She's a courtesan...a slut, basically. And she likes to go to parties a lot." Blake grins that he knows the type. He asks what Violetta is singing about. Ted continues that she's just met this really nice guy who's in love with her, "and she's wondering if she can give up her life in the fast lane in order to be with him." Blake asks if she does. Ted says, "She gives it a shot."
Patience: Hey, who's that singing in the shower?
Camper: Symbolism. Drove down from New York for the weekend. Jesus. Is that one off-key MoFo, or what?
Blake opens the refrigerator and pulls out a pitcher of water. As Ted watches him pour water into two clear glasses, he flashes back to the night when Blake offered him a whole glass of GHB. Blake turns to give him a glass, sees the look on Ted's face and laughs, "It's just water." Ted nods uncertainly. Blake says that he made dinner in order to thank Ted for being so nice. Ted says he didn't have to. Blake: "Yeah, I did. Actually, I wish there was something more I could do." He takes the glass out of Ted's hands and leans in. Ted asks Blake what he's doing. Blake says, in so many words, that he's picking up where he left off last time. Blake looks a lot older up close. Ted reaches for him, and they start kissing.
The Happy Fun House. Brian's Lesbians are also kissing. And laughing, so that reconciliation thing must be working out for them. They giggle into the living room, Melanie Marcus holding a big flat box behind her. Justin's on the couch, and Melanie Marcus and Lindsay are all, ta dah! They got Justin a super-duper deluxe art supplies box. Justin wistfully runs his hands over the contents as Lindsay gushes, "I know you want to get into computer graphics and animation, but first you're going to have to study all the traditional techniques -- still life, life class, composition -- because no matter what you eventually do, you need to have solid, classical training." Melanie Marcus adds, "Even Picasso knew how to draw people's eyes in the right places." Justin closes the box with a snap, and says thanks, but no thanks: "It is so nice. But I decided to go to Dartmouth." Brian's Lesbians frown at each other, probably wondering, hey, didn't we have our own story line a little while ago?