Once Brian's gone, St. L. tells Melanie that she had no right to talk to Brian like that. Melanie justifies it because Ted's in a coma, and he's looking for Brian to "show the decency, the kindness to release him." Which isn't a tough choice to make, or anything, and there I am defending Brian again. God, I hate this woman. Lindsay says that since Brian is the one who has to make the decision, that's even more reason to be kind to him. What if it were one of them, and the other had to make the call? Pull the plug on Melanie? If Lindsay didn't want to do it, I'd volunteer; she wouldn't have to find Madonna. Then, as always, Lindsay turns around and justifies Melanie's behavior by saying that maybe she yelled at Brian because she would be as scared and angry as he is, if she were in his position. Like Melanie doesn't act that way all the damn time. They touch foreheads, sharing a nice lesbian moment. I'm still waiting for one clue why Lindsay is with this shrew. One. Possibly they haven't gotten there, yet. I'll give it two more episodes. Fair warning.
Meanwhile, at the Friendly Neighborhood Sex Club, hot naked gay men make out. Brian walks in, grabs some guy and starts kissing him. Another guy joins in, then another, pulling up Brian's clothes, practically devouring him. There's moaning, there's kissing, and then all of a sudden, Brian pushes them all away. He puts his dark sunglasses back on and strolls right out again. Brian Kinney turns down fast, anonymous sex. First the smiling, and now this. And there's not even a full moon. Wow, he must really be upset, huh?