Kristin's beachelorette pad. She bitches to Bartender Stacie that she's bored with her clothes and slips it in that she went on a dinner date with Brody. BS chips in that Brody's always had a thing for her. They wonder if Brody broke up with Jayde because he realized his lingering feelings for Kristin, or if Kristin's just a rebound. Kristin insists it's different, since she's been good friends with Brody for years. There is, however, a distinct lack of resolve in her voice.
Brody's mom's house. Linda the MILF greets them with a tray full of lemonades and a big kiss on the cheek for Kristin. It's a colossal circle jerk (daisy chain?) in which Kristin and the MILF go 'round and 'round complimenting each other's awesomeness as girlfriends and mothers. Brody finally breaks it up, only to be reminded of the dog he bought for Kristin that she quickly abandoned when they broke up. Apparently the MILF has adopted him as her new pig-like, farty boyfriend. The MILF notes that Brody and Kristin have been seeing a lot of each other and tells them they're cute together. No ulterior motives here! Not a one.
Well, I'll just let Spencer give you the location info: "You gotta go to Beverly Hills if you're debating cutting off your nuts." He and his "friend" (who is wearing a pointedly ironic "Hard Times in Los Angeles" T-shirt) head into the urologist's office. Spencer bitches about how the puppies have only made Heidi more passionate about getting barefoot and pregnant. To emphasize his idiotic selfishness, he asks the receptionist if the doctor can perform his vasectomy today. She pretty much ignores that one and tells him to head into the doctor's office.
The doctor asks Spencer why he's come for a consultation today. Spencer eloquently talks about his baby-crazy wife, then compares his dick to a faucet, which the doctor can turn off and on at will. The doctor shields his exasperation well (he is a Beverly Hills doc, after all) and tells Spencer he should think more in the long-term when it comes to the snip-snip. Spencer seems shocked that the procedure could have permanent ramification. Glad to see he's really done his research thoroughly! The doctor shows Spencer a chart of how the procedure would go down, and I'll just cut to the chase: it's a sight gag. There is lots of cringing, overly dramatic, and self-hugging head swinging on Spencer's part. I swear, if he could make his eyes pop out of their sockets, he would. The man is a cartoon, y'all. And, frankly, I'm surprised it took this long for the show to latch on to such a cheap ploy for physical comedy. He walks back out to the waiting room groaning and graphically describing the procedure to his pal. He vows never to have the operation done. As they walk out, he shoots back to the receptionist, "This is, like, a torture place."