Mike waits in a snow-covered park. Really Hot Guy shows up -- walks up behind Mike, of course. Mike says that he wasn't sure Really Hot Guy was going to show. Really Hot Guy replies that it was a bit out of the way, and anyway, he was surprised Mike called him at all. Mike's like, well, you know, things change. Mountains erode. Demons become hypocrites, you know how it is. Really Hot Guy asks Mike if he wants to mess around. They start kissing, but Mike's totally faking it.
The once and future home of Mike and Emmett. Emmett -- who has taken the door out of his bedroom and replaced it with a beaded curtain -- gets dressed while Ted mopes in the living room. Emmett tells Ted that he did the right thing, and that he should feel good about himself. Ted droops, "I do. Can't you tell? Woohoo." Emmett's like, you told him to get lost: "If there was a magazine called Self-Esteem, you'd be the cover boy. You're the image of dignity." On cue, he parts the beaded curtain to show off his latest outfit: a black fishnet button-down shirt over tight hip-huggers. Pretty conservative for Emmett. Em asks Eeyore what he thinks. Ted droops, "You're the image of dignity." Emmett blows him a raspberry. Ted worries that Blake was "practically in tears." Emmett says it's because Blake knew that Ted would cancel his credit cards before he could use them. Ted thinks that Blake was being sincere. Emmett: "Please, you'd have to be a desperate queen to fall for that eleven o'clock number -- which you're not." Ted's like, what if something happened to him? Ted would have that on his conscience for the rest of his life! Emmett re-emerges in a long-sleeved shirt, with the chest cut out and replaced with clear plastic. Now that's more like it. He tells Ted that he's been listening to too many operas: "You offered him your home, your trust. You literally gave him the clothes off your back -- something, by the way, that I would never do." And the world thanks you for it. Emmett asks, yeah, and how did he repay you? Ted's like, yeah, you're right. Emmett tells him to get up and they'll go to Babylon: "Dozens of beautiful men will reject you, and you'll feel so much better." Ted grins. He puts his hand on the couch in order to push himself up, and slips his hand under a throw pillow, then freezes. Emmett's like, what is it. Ted: "Oh, nothing. Just my wallet." Yes, Blake didn't steal the wallet. Surprise.