Langston's thinking about Ford, and we don't mean the car brand. The absurdly buff producer, now teacher, is constantly on Langston's brain, which could spell trouble with Markko. But Ford's not just making waves with Langston -- he also ends up crowding in on the Three's Company action with Layla, Cristian, and Fish. FOUR roommates? Three of them incredibly hot guys? Layla should be so lucky.
Clint serves Nora with some pretty harsh divorce papers. Thankfully, Bo's there for her. Basically we can already tell you that 2010 will be a good year because there's lots and lots of Bo and Nora being ... Bo and Nora. A totally unbreakable unit. Meanwhile, Clint -- with full knowledge of Kim's gold digging desires -- gets closer to his new "executive assistant." But then Natalie and Jessica get wind of what's going on. And they totally remain passive and say nothing and there's no really good, funny drama. Nope, not at all. And look for David Vickers to reappear and give his commentary on the whole affair. Yes, David and Kim scenes. Your prayers have been answered!
Mitch continues his brand of hell-raising, which is so fun because it causes Dorian to act in ways that are very drama friendly. You know the deal by now: Mitch has threatened to kill one (or all) of Dorian's girls if she doesn't abide by his instructions. Thus far, that's included firing Bo as police commissioner. But get a load of who he wants Dorian to install as Bo's successor: disgraced former mayor Stanley Lowell! Yes, the man who masterminded a drug ring and ordered Cole to be killed! You can imagine how Dorian's friends and family react to THAT.