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In order to make it seem like she's moved on, Sam asks Craig, a complete stranger, to be her date to Todd's gallery exhibit. However, Sam soon learns that she and Craig may have met sometime in the past and not in a good way. Meanwhile, Howard finds one of Todd's picture that shows his daughter in a not-so-positive light.
(Samantha throws away the invitation)
Regina: Don't do that. I need the address.
Samantha: What? You're going?
Regina: Yeah. I didn't sleep with him.
Todd: You brought a mugger to my show?
Samantha: Yeah, well, I was, uh, gonna bring a serial killer, but his van broke down.
Regina: Howard, what are you doing?!
Howard: I protected her body in her prom night, and I'm going to protect it now.
Regina: Well, I have news for you about her prom night.
Andrea: God! That's my boss! There must be some kind of line he's crossing here, right?
Samantha: It's not happening if you don't look at it.
Andrea: Like poverty.
Samantha: The meaning can be interpreted in countless ways, like that statue of a giant clothespin.
The statue that Sam is referring to is a work by Claes Oldenburg that is 45 feet high and is located in Centre Square Plaza in Philadelphia.