It's been a month since their unconventional meeting when Aiden wrestled Finn to the ground and had him arrested for kidnapping. After accepting Aiden's heartfelt apology, which included jumping into the dolphin pool with Finn—even though he couldn't swim—Finn has spent the last month getting to know Aiden and his daughter, Kaylee, on a series of play-dates. But now it's time for grown-ups only, in a restaurant that doesn't have a kid's menu. His attraction to Aiden has blossomed over the last month and Finn desperately hopes the other man sees him as more than a play-date.
Aiden is as nervous as Finn at the prospect of the first 'real' date he's had since Charlie Sheen's second to last comeback. When Aunt Patti suggests he has a little nip of Bourbon before Finn picks him up, his arm doesn't take much twisting. Unfortunately, he conveniently forgets the antibiotics he is currently taking and becomes a little less and less inhibited as the evening goes on.