Then we see Tom curled up asleep; his head is on Trina's stomach and she's absently-mindedly stroking his shoulder with one hand as she reads the Dr. Spock book. Trina stops reading for a moment to look off into the middle distance, with a "Holy crap, Tom and I might actually become parents" look. Or else she's realizing that Weebles and Fisher-Price's little people are surprisingly modern-looking, so parenthood won't completely wreck her decorating scheme.
Then we switch to Melinda hanging with some girlfriends in a bar, having a fine old time. She gets all distracted when Bruce comes over. He's looking confused, but that only lasts as long as it takes for Melinda to plant one on him. Oh, girl, you could do better. Or at least wait until he's worked out his issues. But there we have it -- Bruce is all upset that Susan ran off with some random schmucko at a party, so why not start a full-fledged affair? It's the mature thing to do.
Finally, we cut to Janet's undead husband laying on a hotel bed. He starts at a noise and opens the door. We then see Susan, who has dolled herself up with some really lovely makeup and hair, giving him the doe eyes. Or perhaps she's just realized that she has left the comparative comfort of her home for an assignation with the nameless undead. Either way, Susan gives Him Who I Now Refuse To Name a long, searching look, and our last shot of the episode is of her silently stepping into the hotel room and standing, facing Him Who I Now Refuse To Name. And he, fool zombie that he is, stands facing her too.
What happens next? We will probably never know. I like to think that Janet and the Deckers stay friends, with Janet becoming especially indispensable once Baby Decker begins teething; then, when "Ask Janet" becomes syndicated, Janet becomes wealthy enough to consider buying the house that the divorcing Bruce and Susan have put on the market. But that's just me -- and I'm sure you have your own ways of resolving all the different threads that were left unraveled in this episode. So long, summer -- and so long, Swingtown.
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