Sandra walks away and motions for Lou to follow her. He does.
Garrity and Mike are proving how gay they are by singing "Lady Marmalade" in karaoke. When they start, Garrity sings into his wine cooler instead of the microphone. There's a dude next to him in a green sweater vest who totally steals the scene with his dancing. The funniest part to me was that Steven Pasquale, who plays Garrity, has done a ton of musical theater, so he obviously has a really good voice, and yet as Garrity, he's singing like you would imagine Garrity would. For some reason it always cracks me up to see talented people try to act like regular schmos.
Anyway, as Garrity and Mike "sing" upstairs, Chief takes a shovel and destroys everything in the basement. I guess he's not swallowing his anger anymore. I was worried he was going to have a heart attack. He picks up a framed photo of Peter and himself when Peter graduated from the Academy, and sobs.
Lou and Sandra frantically make out in the bathroom. Lou puts a stop to it and says that he can't do this, because Candy is waiting for him. Oops. Lou leaves, and Sandra is like, "Who's Candy?"
Tommy, on his way to the House of a Thousand Cats, calls Johnny and tells him off for notifying Janet of the kids' whereabouts. Johnny suggests that Tommy just listen to Janet, because the kids need a mother and Tommy can't handle them on his own. Tommy points out that Johnny has one kid in reform school and another one headed that way. Johnny thinks that proves his point, because he can't change how his divorce screwed up his own kids, but Tommy has a chance to make things right. Johnny advises, "For once in your life, stop thinking about what you want. Stop thinking about what Janet wants. Start thinking about those kids and what they need. Because without them, Tommy, you got nothing." Tommy hangs up on his brother and asks Plastic Dashboard Jesus, "What are you looking at?"
Garrity and Mike are apparently singing the extended version of "Lady Marmalade", because they're still at it when Chief comes back upstairs. Having vented his anger, he's able to smile at Jeannie having a good time, and at everyone dancing around.
Lou walks Candy to her car. Candy hopes he's not driving, and Lou says he'll crash at Chief's. Candy offers Lou a ride, no charge. And I don't think she means in the car. Lou accepts.
Tommy finally arrives at the House of a Thousand Cats, and is greeted with hugs from his kids. Teddy lures the kids into the kitchen with the promise of ice cream, and Pa Gavin takes off to find another drink, leaving Tommy and Janet alone. Tommy asks what she's doing there, and then starts listing off all the things he will do to be able to afford a lawyer to fight her in court. Janet says that she doesn't want to go to court, and doesn't want to steal the kids again. She claims that this whole thing made her sad, and made her think about their wedding. Because she was sad? That doesn't bode well. Janet continues to list off the good moments from their life together, and then starts crying. After pulling herself together, Janet says that she couldn't stop crying after Tommy took the kids. Tommy mellows a bit and sits down, as does Janet. She says that she needs her kids, but that they kept asking where Tommy was, including asking if he was dead. Janet says that she was in a hospital for a few weeks, and that she got some counseling. And now she has perspective: "And I think, for the sake of the kids, and for what we used to be like before Jimmy died, I think we oughta give it one last go." Tommy looks at her in disbelief, and a whole host of emotions play over his face, including relief, fear, and joy. He points out that "one last go" isn't exactly a ringing endorsement, and Janet reminds him that they promised to stay together, "'til death do us part."