As they walk away, Sam realizes that the bride is missing, which kind of poses a problem if toasts are going to happen. Andrea tells her not to worry about it, since the hot groomsman went to find Valerie. And then Sam sees Valerie and the groomsman enter. And she sees the groomsman give Valerie a quite forward pat on the ass. Which either means they've had sex at some point in the past, or they just scored a touchdown. Oh, and then it's time for our weekly Bad Sam flashback. It's the bachelorette party, and Sam is (a) blotto and (b) encouraging Valerie to have sex with the hot groomsman, who just wandered into the bar. Since all my experience with bachelorette parties involves lots of drunk suburban straight girls invading gay strip clubs in D.C., it makes me wonder about that groomsman. But I'm guessing that's not the kind of bar they're at, since they seem to be at the same bar they're always at. More importantly, since this is a flashback, you're probably wondering what Sam's hair looks like. Well, it's not as long as in some previous flashbacks, and it has some curl to it, but it's still not the curly bob of Good Sam. Which, since this has to be shortly before the accident (which must have been over two weeks ago by the time of the wedding) makes me wonder if she just got it cut right before the accident or whether the hospital has a really good stylist who works on coma patients. Oooh, or maybe her mother had her hair done to prepare for the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition audition video. In any case, Sam in the present realizes that Valerie had sex with one of the groom's best friends just weeks before the wedding.
Dena saunters up to Todd, who's scarfing down some wedding food. She giggles at him, and asks whether Sam seems like a totally different person. When he agrees with her, Dena tells him that she hasn't changed at all, still being completely willing to dump her friend to hang out with the cool kids. Todd feels stupid for getting fooled, and Dena starts to tell him not to worry about it, since he's so nice and good and cute. And then she throws him back on the bar and plants one on him. Best scene of the episode. Made even better by the jaunty way she throws her scarf over her shoulder and staggers away.