Party over, whoops, out of time
Fichtner is married to Jane Krakowski, whose most recent credits are as follows, for fans among you: losing a co-hosting job to a third-tier soap opera non-diva, and losing by a wide margin on Celebrity Jeopardy to both Mike Piazza and -- wait for it -- Kevin Sorbo. Piazza won, by the way. Jeopardy tidbit. You're welcome. Inside the bedroom, Jay enters to find Fichtner completely naked (Sars, that's at exactly 1:13:14 on my counter you're welcome ["thanks, but sadly I already knew that" -- Sars]), who shows him the glory of a cologne he's wearing and the bed he sleeps on. He mercifully adds boxers to his wardrobe of nothing and pushes Jay onto the bed, leaning in close next to him and asking, "Would you say you're open to new things?" And further sexual deviance in the kitchen, where Jane's advances on Gailey go over not that well for some reason. What could it be? What could it be? Jay thanks them for dinner and apologizes, telling them they have to leave. Fichtner understands, but first has something to discuss with them. As such: "Okay. You've looked around our place. Where do you think we got most of this stuff?" Gailey goes with Sears. He's wrong. "It's actually from Confederated Products Confederated Products is a multi-level direct wholesaling company, which means we don't just sell the products ourselves, no sirree Bob, we recruit and manage teams that work under us." Jane wants to know if some nice chaps from the entertainment industry would like to be involved. Hee. The Cult Of Amway. It makes this movie just a bit more brilliant than it otherwise might have been. Fichtner flinches at the mere mention of the word, and we cut to Gailey and Jay in a liquor store, swearing that after that experience they have to "bathe themselves in sin." They each come clean that the sexual indiscretions they've had in their relationship with each other was with "Jimmy in makeup." Wait, those two are together? And so they're off to This Jimmy's house, where Sookie from Gilmore Girls (!) answers the door and tells them that Jimmy has gone off to "some kind of rave thing." Mary X-mas, Gailey.