Keeping the Faith

I envy him, you know, 'cause this
would be so easy if I was him.

- Brian--
- I picked the wrong gig.

- Brian, let me talk to you.
- Come on, come on. Admit it.

If I wasn't a priest, if I was a rabbi,
you could fall in love with me
without this guilt.

- Listen to me!
- What?

I'm in love with a rabbi.
- Sorry?
- I'm in love with Jake.

That's what I was trying to tell you.
I'm-- I'm stunned.
I mean, I'm-- I'm-- I'm stunned.

I'm-- I'm-- I'm paralyzed. What--
Excuse me.
My mouth just went all dry. I--

I can't believe this.
When-- When did this-- this happen?
- We've been together since July.
-July? Oh!

Ah. July.
We knew we should have told you, but we
just weren't sure how you'd react...

and we thought
it would be the better choice.

No, no, no. I'm--
I'm glad you saved it, 'cause it's
definitely less weird for me now.

Brian, could--
Brian! Come on. Let's just talk
about this. You don't drink.

Excuse me, but I think in light
of recent revelations...

neither of us is in a position to say
what the other one does or does not do
with much authority.

Wouldn't you say?
Oh, God!

You must think I'm such an idiot.
- No, Brian.
- No, no, no. I mean...

I think I'm an idiot.
I mean, all these moments with you.
You know, I've been
walking around on a cloud and...

it's just been reflected glow
off of you and Jake.

That's not true.
I'm so embarrassed. I--
God, talk about a bad case
of the third wheel.

- Oh, Brian.
- It's like I'm on some...

bad new Aaron Spelling show.
- Melrose Priest.
- No.