We return from the commercial with Adam being upset and Amy being apologetic. Amy says she wanted to tell Adam, but he didn't know how. He says she seems to have figured out a way, and stomps off. Jen apologizes to Amy, because now everybody's going to know about their illicit, class-busting lesbian affair. Amy says they'll deal with it, and reminds her about what they said they'd do if everybody found out. Bad exposition! Bad! No treats for you! Jen worries because she's lived in The Town all her life. Amy insists that everybody's going to look at them funny, so they have to leave. Jen finally agrees. Amy tells her to go home and pack. She'll come pick her up in thirty minutes.
Tru, back at the party, is filling in Davis over the phone that it's actually "Juliet and Juliet." "Did you get to see them make out?" Davis asks. No, he doesn't, but he looks like he's imagining it. Tru still doesn't know how Jen and Adam are going to wind up dead together. Then she sees Adam get into his fancy car and drive off. She tells Davis she has to go, and hangs up.
Cut back to the 1920s. Forgotten about this subplot? Me too. It was good while it lasted. Harrison finishes a shot and then offers to go buy the next round. After he's gone, Lindsay apologizes for Harrison and starts to bring up the work issues. Mr. Handsy, though, goes straight for the thigh again. Lindsay realizes that Harrison was telling the truth, but before another confrontation arises, Harrison appears out of nowhere (Random Harrison Generator! Only works in bars), and suggests that Mr. Handsy should go and prepare for his meetings tomorrow and stuff. For some unknown reason this cows Mr. Handsy, because there's a witness, I guess? Even though it totally happened in a public place last time and she just needed to make a big scene? Whatever. Mr. Handsy decides discretion is the better part of getting away with sticking his hand on the thighs of employees other than Lindsay, and takes his leave. He even takes Lindsay's portfolio to look at later. He's totally going to beat off to it. Lindsay thanks Harrison for helping her.