Debbie answers the door. Hogbreath is charmed. Debbie tells him that she looks like a princess. She introduces him to Mel and Lindz as we watch from the WhoreCop Shoulder-Cam, for some reason. Debbie tells her date that Mel and Lindz are lesbians, even though we can see Lindsay with her arms around Mel's waist. "That's nice," he says. Mel and Lindz dissolve into giggles. Debbie introduces her date, and this time I hear "Detective Whorebath." I like that I never hear the same name twice. He says his name is Carl. Mel and Lindz excuse themselves, since their fifteen seconds is used up completely now.
Michael and Vic are walking down the street. Michael expositions that since Ben is still working on his book, Mike figured he'd come down to the house for dinner with Debbie and Vic to get to the bottom of this whole "treating Ben like shit" problem. He's even carrying a grocery bag. Vic says that Debbie's pretty set in her ways with regard to the way she's going to think about Ben. For some reason, this is the first time Vic mentions that Debbie's got a date tonight. It's been an entire day and night and nobody told Mikey that's his mom's got a date for the first time in a decade? "With a man?" Mikey asks after thirty seconds pass. Vic says of course it's a man. "Why should she be any different from us?" Vic asks. Michael turns around and finally notices that his mother is just a few feet away, chattering with Whorebed. Vic goes on about how sexy detectives are. Michael says that he thought Carl was a homophobe. Debbie runs up and giddily introduces her date to her brother and son. Michael gives Carl the cold shoulder. Debbie beams that they're off. Carl opens the car door for Debbie. Michael stomps into the house, brooding.
Airplane. First Class. Emmett orders everything he can from the flight attendant. He's very excited about being in First Class. Pickle jokes that Emmett's been eating since they took off. Emmett says it's his first time, and he wants to make sure Pickle gets his money's worth. They clink champagne glasses. Emmett says that if you're very quiet, you can hear the moos of the cattle back in Coach. Pickle laughs at Emmett's cattiness. Emmett says he used to be one of the herd, but now he's on the other side of the curtain. Pickle says that, from now on, he hopes the world will be a whole new world for Emmett. Emmett looks at his boyfriend lovingly and says, "It will be. 'Cause I'm with you." Pickle asks if it would be too tedious to tell Emmett how marvelous he is, and how happy Pickle is that they're together. Emmett says he'll try to endure. Pickle says that nobody has ever given him such pleasure before, and he can't wait to make love in every destination. He wishes they could make love right here and now. Emmett reminds Pickle that there's such a thing as a Mile-High Club. He tells Pickle to go to the bathroom and says he'll follow after a little while, when nobody's looking. The rest he tells Pickle in a whisper. Pickle agrees, unbuckles his seat belt, and walks off. Emmett waits long enough for an exhale before he's following Pickle, who couldn't possibly have made it to the bathroom already at his age. Emmett enters the bathroom behind Pickle. That's a gigantic First Class, by the way. They giggle as they shut the bathroom door and mark it "Occupied." If you rearrange the letters in "Occupied," you get "Die pucco," which almost sounds like "Die Pickle" or "Pucco Die"/"Pickle Die."