Synopsis by Josh Ralske
Justin (Randy Harrison) is clearly suffering from post-traumatic stress. He's having nightmares, and he won't let anyone, not even Jennifer (Sherry Miller), touch him. Emmett (Peter Paige) decides that he wants a butt lift, but it's a costly procedure, and he doesn't have steady work. Michael (Hal Sparks) has been spending all his time partying. His friends and family tell him to get over David and get back to work. He goes back to the Big Q, but his old job has been filled. Jennifer goes to Debbie (Sharon Gless) for advice about Justin, but doesn't want to hear it when Debbie suggests that Brian (Gale Harold) might be able to help. For his part, Brian abides by Jennifer's wishes by sending Justin home when he comes to visit. But soon enough, a desperate Jennifer changes her mind. Ted gets caught looking at gay porn on the internet at work, and is fired, even though his straight co-workers spend a lot of time on similar pursuits. After checking with Melanie (Michelle Clunie) about what a long shot an anti-discrimination lawsuit would be, Ted decides to confront his boss. Michael and Emmett get jobs doing domestic chores in skimpy outfits, mainly for lecherous older men. The pay is good, but Michael feels violated; Emmett doesn't seem to mind all the attention. While planning for Gus' first birthday party, Melanie and Lindsay (Thea Gill) argue over whether or not to get married. On the advice of a psychiatrist, Brian and Justin reenact prom night, in an effort to spark Justin's memory of the brutal attack.