At the Cohen House, the guys are heading out to a movie that only Seth likes. Kirsten begs off so she can stay home and make an appointment with her doctor, who there is no way is still in her office this late at night. And she wants to make an appointment for tomorrow! Ha! I had to claim I was on the verge of death to get a next-day appointment with my doctor, and even then he held me off until late afternoon. Good luck with that, Kirsten. The guys pile in the car and talk about how Kirsten has seemed down lately, but they're sure she'll feel better in time for the surprise party Sandy's planning. He says he's so good at surprise-party planning that he "coulda been with the CIA." Seth pokes his head in from the back seat and says, with great delivery and timing, "I hear they're known for their birthday parties." I will miss Seth. Hopefully, some of Adam Brody's films will actually be released so I can see more of him after the show ends.
The next morning at the Cohen House, Seth is confused to find Bright watching him sleep in his bedroom. Bright is almost as creepy as Taylor. Pancakes will really need to watch his back this week. Seth's bedhead is adorably tousled, by the way. Bright assures Seth that he isn't dreaming and tells him to "rise and shine" because they're about to fight against the subjugation of animals. With that, he flings the covers off of Seth, who says it's a good thing he doesn't sleep naked. Bright pretends that he's happy about that too.