Meanwhile, Peter is coaching Samantha on the "bankers" they'll be meeting. He wants to convince these guys that his bad boy, leather-wearing, YMCA days are over. Oh, if he hasn't already mentioned it, he told the bankers that Samantha was his fiancée. She's naturally upset but plays along when the boys "from the old school" show up.
Things are jumping at the Pulse club, and Laurie wants to know where David is. The barkeep says he's up on the roof fixing the air conditioning. Yumyum -- there he is, on his back with an undershirt on, covered in grease, and working with tools. Why didn't he just call a repairman, Laurie wonders. Well, besides the fact that this gives him a great opportunity to show off his manly biceps, the repairmen were already here and they just made things worse. Laurie really appreciates the way that he rolls up his sleeves and pitches in around the place. She has noticed how much more professional Jenny is, as well. In short, Laurie finds him to be a very decent guy. She also wants to have sex with him from the look in her eye. The feeling is mutual.
Back in El Segundo, Peter is dropping off a very drunk Samantha at her pad. She's had one too many martinis. Peter is trying to be honorable, but she won't let him leave until he gives her a kiss. With pleasure. He bids her adieu, and she calls him "Chandler." He's not too happy about that.
It's nighttime at the San Diego naval base. A doctor is advising "Mrs. Johnson" that she needs to take it easy. Heather agrees to slow down a little with her hectic schedule of backstabbing and double-crossing. The doctor offers to let them hear the baby's heartbeat. He smears some blue gel over Heather's tummy, which hasn't increased one inch in size over the past two months. By the way, Yasmine's an innie. The doc cranks up the volume on the monitor, and unless Heather has some kind of irregular heartbeat, she's actually pregnant. It's settled. Both Heather and Chandler -- Chandler more than Heather -- are awestruck by thump-thump of life.
For some reason, Parker Brothers has purchased advertising on Titans to promote their "My First Games" line of toys for toddlers.
Gwen's over at Richard's place while Ethan has his admission interview. Gwen wants to know if her restoration project was put on the back burner in favor of Dress2K. That about sums it up. "I guess you've got your juggling to do, and I've got mine," Richard declares. What kind of smug-ass response is that? Does that mean she gets her money or not? It sounds like it doesn't. Still, she asks if that means she gets her green light? Richard smiles and tells her that, unofficially, she's got her money. But you just said...oh I give up. It doesn't matter because Ethan is returning from his interview with the school principal. He did very well...until she caught him doodling on the back of the application. She shows it to Gwen and Richard, and it's an insanely artistic caricature of the head mistress with devil horns. Just doodling, huh? Hilarious. The Bramley Academy will be in touch. Gwen and Richard have a good laugh over the whole thing.