Even though Danny and Sabrina's relationship continues to blossom, Danny wants to keep it casual, citing the fact that he tends to self-sabotage when a girl gets too close. That being said, he boasts about how he and Sabrina reached a dating milestone for him - one month. Justin suggests celebrating, but Danny reiterates his position: keep it casual. Justin ignores Danny's decree and, unprompted, buys Sabrina flowers on Danny's behalf - and she interprets it as a gesture of true commitment.
Danny rails against Justin's move until his friend helps him realize that he likes Sabrina and he wants to make a real go of the relationship. But the more Danny pretends to be the committed guy, the more he panics - and one night at the bar, his anxiety leads him to ditching Sabrina after she heads to the bathroom. Justin attempts to cover for his friend and leads Sabrina back to the apartment... where they discover another woman in Danny's room.
Outraged, Sabrina ends the relationship, and Danny returns to the bar ready to apologize and set the record straight. He makes an earnest confession, calling himself a coward and admitting that he simply doesn't know how to be close to people. But Sabrina remains undeterred, and she rejects him... then walks right into Justin's office. Turns out Justin hired Sabrina as a waitress for the bar, and when she comes back in her apron, she dumps a beer in Danny's lap. They might be done dating, but they're not done seeing each other.
Meanwhile, Brett requests the gang's help in naming a very important appendage of his. Leslie jumps to the occasion, suggesting several unique names... that all sound like members of a boy band. Shelly and Burski get in the act, too (Justin declines to reveal what Nicki calls his male member), but Brett eventually takes one of Leslie's recommendations. She's honored and becomes emotional - perhaps a little too much - and Brett assures her he will keep her up to date on all his appendage's adventures.