Fortunately, Cameron just happened to be in their new neighborhood when he checked his voicemail, so he was able to stop by and turn off Nina's water, although he advises her to hire a plumber. My advice would be to let the seller worry about that shit, since it's not actually Nina's house yet. After Nina mentions that Peter's out of town, the subject moves to the kid in Cameron's house, which Nina has heard may become permanent. Somehow, for some reason, in case anybody cares. "I'm just trying to do the right thing, Nina. For everybody." Well, don't hurt yourself, dude. He tells Nina it's a nice house and that he hopes they'll be happy there. And he's out. What a hero.
In New York City, Damien is making out with Frankie on the living room couch. He tries to talk his way into her pants, but she's not ready. As in still a virgin. Damien doesn't say that he is too, but he does try Galina's line that in Europe, they'd be considered adults. Which kind of bums them both out, and Damien decides that since he's not getting any, he might as well go. It's almost that abrupt, too. I always kind of had the impression that it's rude to leave just because sex isn't forthcoming, but we should give Damien a break. Perhaps he's remembering the old song and thinking, Man, if I can't make it here, I can't make it anywhere.
Sean and Tally are crashed out in Jill's living room when the lady of the house comes down in a lacy black nightgown to talk to her ex. Sean's awake, but says that Tally has been asleep for a while. Jill invites Sean up to her room, but Sean says that he's with someone. Jill realizes that it's the woman Sean's looking for. Wow, with those powers of deduction, he should bring her into the investigation. It would double the brainpower at work now. "I used to wonder what it would take to get inside of you," Jill says. "I guess somebody found out." And then we see that Tally is awake after all. Must have been the thrilling dialogue.
Cameron comes home after dark to find his wife in the tub. She starts to say that the baby's asleep and everything's under control, like now that she's dropped the Ice Queen act all the child care is her responsibility because she's a girl. But Cameron acts all magnanimous about letting her stay under her network-friendly blanket of bubbles, saying, "I'm on duty." Big of him when the kid's sleeping. She asks about his day, and he "modestly"says, "I did good." Beth thinks that he means in class, but of course he means he did good in not helping Nina christen all seven of her bedrooms and half the bathrooms. Instead of correcting Beth, he parks himself on a stool next to the tub, and asks whether she's happy. But all he's doing is confusing her, until he says, "Let's do it. Let's have a baby." Poor gullible shlub that she is, she actually looks thrilled. Which, I can tell you, one week into having a new baby in your house, and someone brings up a second one? She would now be drowning herself.