That night, they crash Crush, but Angela is in the VIP lounge. Needless to say, they're not VIPs. JBL tries to slip the bouncer a fiver but is summarily rejected. They decide the best plan is to attack the bouncer, distracting him long enough for Sam to sneak into the VIP lounge. Once inside the VIP area, Sam spots Angela. He pulls out the bubbles. We see a hand dripping acid. It's Nikki's. Sam notices the acid-stained carpet and starts to chase her, but he barrels into a waitress, which delays him just long enough to miss Nikki. He finds a hole burnt in the exit door.
The next morning at The Bench, Sam leaves Cady another message. As he hangs up, The Gays stroll up, geared for confrontation. Sam steps in it by telling Steve and Tony "It's not what you did, it's who you are." The Gays immediately get up in arms about his homophobia, but Sam clarifies that he knows they're demons. Apparently, they'd prefer him to be a homophobe. Tony calls Sam racist, and Steve calls Sam out for being a reaper. (He found this out while playing tennis with Gladys -- Oh, Gladys! I miss you!) Tony dittoes, and slaps Sam up with some rhetoric. He assaults Sam's antiquated values and says their contribution to society should trump genetics. Sam, flummoxed, asks, "But have you guys eaten anybody?" They storm off.
Apropos of nothing, Sam bumbles around with a mannequin. (Side note: Wouldn't Bret Harrison be an excellent choice to reprise Andrew McCarthy's role in a Mannequin remake? Christian Siriano could play Hollywood!) Andi happens upon him after he has managed to break the mannequin in half and take her pants off (the mannequin's, not Andi's, unfortunately). He asks how long she's been watching, and she motions to a group of confused eight-year-olds taking it all in.
This tomfoolery segues nicely into some flirting over coffee. Alright, Sam, let's do this thing. Andi asks about the new place, so Sam invites her over to see it...on date night. Thank you, Jeebus! She agrees and heads back to work. Sam stares dreamily into the distance but is interrupted by WiseGuy, donning a black, banged wig. WiseGuy wants to gossip, but Sam cuts it short and insists he's not two-timing Cady. WiseGuy gets serious and reminds Sam that he's on the clock and has an acid-slinging model to reap. He leaves the wig with Sam, setting another one of Sam's bright ideas into motion.