After being clocked by the Nick's wife (I personally think most older women's gaydar is sharpened and refined from years of dating) he confronts Cedric who confesses. He eventually tells Lindsay, who accepts his offer of friendship and all is right with the world. I loved that Cedric was so comfortable with his sexuality and there wasn't any DL drama. It was dealt with like a simple, everyday family situation. Plus the E. Lynn Harris reference was unexpected treat.
On a slightly shady side note (say that 5 times fast!): Isn't a little sad that a straight, hardcore rapper (Ice Cube) will feature a positive/realistic depiction about a black gay character but he who shall remain nameless(you who I'm talkin' about) has yet to do so?
You can watch the episode here.
H/t Living Out With Darian