The next morning, The Stooges walk into The Bench break room. Sam tells JBL and Ben that WiseGuy must be involved. The Stooges, however, suspect that Sam did something to drive Andi into Greg's arms. They ask him what he did, but he insists he's a good boyfriend. They suggest he be more of a bad boy, but Sam points out that Greg isn't exactly a bad boy himself.
More on that later, though because Tedager walks in with some exciting news. And it's not, as JBL suggests, that Tedager is finally moving out of his parents' house. The announcement will, in fact, come from Ben's green card ball-and-chain, a.k.a. Dawn from The Office UK. She reminds them that she and Ben are married, then announces that she's pregnant! And guess what! It's news to Ben, too!
Out of the meeting, Ben points out to the important fact that he and Dawn never had sex, so this baby can't be his. She catches him up -- she has a boyfriend, and it's his baby. Ben asks why Dawn didn't just marry her real boyfriend. She counters that he has commitment issues...and, oh yeah, a wife -- not to mention a thriving career with the Cirque du Soleil! Ben's actually happy because if she can have an extramarital relationship, so can he. He tells Dawn about Cassidy, but she cuts him off. She thinks Ben's mistress will give them up to the immigration authorities, whereas her mister is far more discreet. As Ben walks off, she tugs at his heartstrings, saying Ben has her and her baby's life in his hands.
Elsewhere, Greg walks in and approaches Andi. She tries to brush him off, but he gives her a meaningful and invites her for coffee. As if under a spell, her demeanor changes. They get ready to leave with him and agree they connected the night before, but Greg gets some serious bitch-face when he spots The Stooges in the distance.
They seem to completely bypass the Greg-Andi action, though, as we see them driving into their apartment garage. They sit and banter long enough to give Chainsaw McG the chance to perch atop the Caddy's roof and fire up his saw. As JBL drives wildly around the garage, Chainsaw cuts perilously close to them. He's finally knocked off of the roof by a low-hanging ramp. The Stooges screech off, leaving Chainsaw lying there. He pops up soon thereafter. And it is on.
Over at the bar, The Stooges recap the day's events over brewskies. They spot a table and leave Sam to carry the oversized glasses over. He carries them awkwardly, nearly bumping into a guy along the way, which makes him drop one. But it falls onto some gravel many stories below, and Sam discovers himself teetering on the brink of a roof. And, you guessed it! WiseGuy's there. He takes a beer and clinks Sam's glass. But Sam has no time to cheers; he wants a vessel to fight Chainsaw McG.