Back at Belfort, Danny is on the phone with Paul, who wants nude pictures of Danny for the wallpaper on his computer. Danny laughs, and they each say, "I love you!" and hang up. Aw. Kelley starts interviewing Danny with one of the video cameras. Danny tells her that Paul told one of his army friends that he's gay. All his friends assumed he was saying Danny in the sense of Danielle. But now Paul has told someone, and he's happy to have someone to talk to. Danny looks pretty happy too. He asks Kelley what she thinks it would be like to have two dads, if the kid would miss out on anything. Lest you think this whole conversation was apropos of nothing, there was obviously some stuff edited out in between -- suddenly, Danny is holding a pint of ice cream. Kelley says the kid would miss out, and it would be hard for the kid growing up. And also, she brings up that most people think that having two gay parents would mean that the kid was gay, because they don't understand that it's not learned behavior. Then they cut out a bunch more of the conversation, because suddenly Kelley is putting the lens cap on the camera and Danny is finished with his ice cream. Danny thinks it would be hard for a kid, but in the end it would "make a better product." What is he, in manufacturing? Then they use the cheesy "video cam" effect on Danny, even though in the previous shot Kelley was putting the camera away, as Kelley says it depends on the where the kid lives, and the people there. Suddenly, the camera is out and on again. Could this conversation be any more chopped up? Danny says it's not a "cut and dried issue" where it will always be one way. Kelley nods and says she'd like to think about it and then get back to him later. That seems like an odd response. I mean, it wasn't like he came to her and said, "Will you be a surrogate mother for Paul and me?" That is something that would require some thought. He just asked her opinion on two men raising a child in the hypothetical. Unless there was a lot more to the conversation that we didn't get to see.
Julie's family arrives at Belfort. In an interview, Matt says he used to think Julie was loud but "it's like a family thing. It's in the bloodline." Julie hugs some girls that I guess are her sisters, but without the Hip Squiggly Font of Character Introduction (tm djb), how the hell am I supposed to know? Then, she's lying on the floor, like, making out with some little girl and I get all uncomfortable. We get our first look at her scary dad. If this were a movie, Philip Seymour Hoffman would play him, I think. With gray hair. Julie gives her mom and sisters the tour of the house. Danny walks up and introduces himself to Julie's dad, which I thought showed class, since her dad was kind of awkwardly standing there. In an interview, Danny says he doesn't know if they "know about him or not" and if they do know, they're "probably biting their tongues." Then he kind of demonstrates how one would bite one's tongue, which was cute. Despite my own misgivings, I'm kind of on-board the Danny train. For now. Danny waves to Julie's mom as we hear him say that these are "two worlds that do not go together." Melissa hugs Julie's mom.