At JB's clip-and-curl job, a stylist is examining a client's hair: "A little lazy with the conditioner. We'll get you all taken care of. JB, you're up!" The stylist swings the client's chair around to reveal, surprise, surprise -- Joan. Joan says she thought JB was off Tuesdays, and JB explains he took on more work and suggests getting someone else to finish her up. Joan protests, "No, no, that's silly. I don't want to have to switch salons just because you and I aren't together anymore. I'm okay if you are." JB says he is and starts getting her ready to wash her hair -- well, we already know where that can lead! Joan comments that she hoped he would be out of the hair-washing business by now, and JB says that nothing has come up. Joan tells him that her friend still has an opening at his limo business if JB's interested: "I wanted to call you but I didn't know if I should. Anyway, I would be happy to call." JB tells her she doesn't have to do that for him. "Consider it a friendship offer," Joan replies. JB assents.
Joss and Casey are talking at the bar. "I'm not upset about this, so why you should be?" Casey says. "Because I know you, Casey, and I know that a baby is going to require a little more attention than you gave to Bruno," Joss replies. Casey says that that dog always hated her. "That's because you never fed him -- I had to," Joss retorts, adding, "You do that to a kid and they are going to put you in jail." Casey says that she's grown up since then and she can handle it. Joss is unconvinced. Casey suggest they go visit their parents and have eggnog and a nice family Christmas. Joss tells her that their Christmas will be hell once their parents find out that Casey is pregnant. Casey says, "Mom and Dad are going to cry and moan as soon as they realize that this is their first grandkid --" "Yeah, they are going to burst with pride," Joss interrupts. Casey continues, "They'll get over it. And besides, I need you to help me convince them to loan me some cash." Joss tells her no way, no how.