AJ is over at Blanca's apartment, watching The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Their good time is interrupted by some thugs hanging out on the street, blasting music loud enough to wake up Blanca's son, Hector. She leans out the window and tells them her kid is sleeping, but they tell her to suck their dick. AJ pretends like he's going to do something about it. Blanca closes the window and says that her ex used to go down and kick their asses. Has she seen AJ? He's about as big as a prepubescent girl. Blanca goes to attend to her crying son while AJ puts on his shoes. Oh, dear. This isn't going to end well.
AJ walks outside and grabs a bike out of the trunk of his car. He approaches the thugs and says that if they will go hang out elsewhere, he'll give them the bike, which is expensive. The thugs think it over and decide to accept the offer. Oh, bullshit. They would beat AJ up, and then take the bike anyway. And probably also steal his car.
Anyway, cut to AJ and Blanca having hot, sweaty sex. Afterwards, AJ asks Blanca whether it bothers her that he's younger than she is. She nonsequiturs that Jesse Ventura was born on his birthday. Huh? Are we supposed to think that she's old, or trashy, or weird, or what? AJ discovers that Blanca remembered his birthday from doing his paperwork, which I guess means that she was interested in him way back then. Because she thought he was cute, or because his last name is Soprano? AJ doesn't question it, which is due to what my guy friends used to call the Power of the P. Blanca asks AJ whether it bothers him that she has a baby, and AJ says that he loves kids. Whatever he has to say to get some more action, right?
Christopher and Julianna had plans to go out, but Christopher thinks that Julianna is too sick to go anywhere. She coughs every time she tries to sit up, and looks like hell warmed over. Christopher tells her that she's grounded, and leaves to get some Robitussin. Julianna yells that the medicine has some really long word in it that would apparently jeopardize her sobriety. Christopher can't stand to see her suffer, and decides to buy it anyway. Julianna calls him back and tells him to get her some valerian tea, because if you put eight to ten bags in a cup, it's like taking a Valium. Okay, but if it's like taking a Valium, then why not just take a Valium? It's not like Valium is physically addictive, right? I just think it's the same thing, substituting one addiction for another. They jointly rationalize that since valerian is all natural, it's not really a drug.