Lily: I'm sorry, I didn't order a drink.
Waitress: It's from the bartender.
Lily: I understand where drinks come from, I didn't order another one.
Whitney: Lily, he's hitting on you.
Whitney airs Wednesday nights on NBC. And the theme of last night's episode is what we don't know.
Lily and Neil were engaged. And I really wanted them to get married. They broke up a few episodes ago.
Lily doesn't know if it's okay to move on yet. Whitney goes snooping to see if Neil is moving on and discovers he's dating. A man.
They try to prepare Lily for the news but she's convinced it's some big breasted woman named
Sienna or Jade. She fears, "She's one of those hot girls who've been named after a Crayon."
Then Neil tells her, "I've been kind of gay I think."
It's a big surprise to him. He's attracted to a co-worker named Steven. He's not sure if that makes him gay or what.
Lily tells him, "You don't have to be anything. Alright? You don't have to be gay or straight, you're just Neil. You're sexuality is fluid. It's like sometimes people fall in love with people, not genders."
If Neil's going to be gay -- and this isn't a phase -- I'm find with him being gay. If he's not gay, I expect Lily and Neil to get back together.
One of the funniest lines in the episode?
"Can you guys imagine being attracted to men and women?" Roxanne asks. "It just sounds so exhausting."
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