Jamie is on the phone, trying to rustle up some more panel members, without much luck. Because you know, most musicians are free and clear on a Saturday night. It's not like they have paying gigs or anything.
In an interview, Matt says he's "still open minded about a lot of things, but he's still firmly Catholic, one hundred percent." Oh, because I thought that Peeping Tom act a few minutes ago meant that he was questioning his faith and possibly his sexuality. While Matt is saying that, we see a shot of him looking scornfully at Danny, who is putting away dishes. Danny and Kelley go out to lunch. I wasn't kidding about the restaurant thing. Danny says, "Matt is a super-cool kid, but he makes me feel weird as hell after I hang out with him for a while." Danny continues that Matt thinks there is really something wrong with being gay. Kelley says she never thought of that as the reason why Matt acts weird towards Danny. In an interview, Danny says that he should really deal with Matt, because it's "hindering [their] relationship" and getting to know him.
Danny and Matt are sitting in the living room at Belfort, having a chat. Danny says that Matt's beliefs say that "it's wrong," and Danny wants to talk to him about that, and wonders if he honestly believes that homosexuality is wrong. Matt says, "Sexuality is given by God to unite people, and the fruit of that love is children," and that "anytime you take love or the opportunity for children out, you're not fulfilling...I'm not fulfilling what God created sexuality for." I have so many questions for Matt on these views, but I'll just stick with the whole, "Judge not, lest ye be judged" thing. Plus, I kind of wish Matt was gay, because maybe then he wouldn't wear those ugly plaid pants he has on in this scene. Danny says he feels like he has a relationship with God, and he is certain about it. Matt says that he sees Danny and Paul's relationship is real (since he watched them making out the other day), and he doesn't cringe or think that Danny's going to hell, blah blah blah hate-the-sin-love-the-sinner cakes. Danny feels that Matt says he doesn't judge, but really he does. Matt insists that he's not judging, he has his beliefs, but he's not pointing his finger and condemning anyone. Except that he was treating Danny differently, which is judging and condemning in some ways, no? Anyway, Matt says he supports Danny and will be his friend. Danny gives him a high-five, and then a hug, and to Matt's credit, he doesn't look that uncomfortable in the embrace. Or maybe he enjoys it a little too much, if you know what I mean. In an interview, Matt says that right now, he is still learning about homosexuality. Just when I start to like Matt, he asks Danny if he wants to go to mass with him sometime. Oh, for crying out loud.