Valentine's Day. Lemon enters her doctor's office and boldly tells the receptionist that she didn't sign the release because her boyfriend, astronaut Mike Dexter, will pick her up... on a motorcycle. The receptionist skeptically arches her elegant Sharpie eyebrows and tells her to take a seat.
Elsewhere, Sarah McLachlan's "I Will Remember You" plays as Jenna raises her hand delicately to the window of the Fried Chicken Palace and watches Maynard, feeling nostalgic about all the good times. Ahhh, that time when he snuck into her apartment and took pictures of himself lying in bed next to her sleeping. Ohhhh, the morning when he filled her refrigerator with baby doll heads. Siiiiiigh, the night he ran up to her on the street and jacked a lock of her hair. And what about the time he pretended to be a cleaning lady and ambushed her in the elevator at 30 Rock? As Jenna watches through the window like Stella Dallas, she feels a phantom hand caress her hair. She turns around hoping to see Maynard. Instead, there's no one there. She mopes off like Charlie Brown.
Back at Lemon's office, her surgery is over, and she is loop-loop-loopy as she tries to assure the nurse that the "Anastasia" is having no effect on her. They reach the lobby, and she finds all her exes (Jon Hamm's character whose name I can't remember because I'm mentally paralyzed by Jon Hamm's beauty, Dennis, and Floyd my favorite). She is touched they all came back so she wouldn't be alone on Valentine's Day and goes down the line telling each one what fond remembrances she has of him. She assures them through bloody-crusted teeth that she does want love and will find it one day, for she is a sailor on the sea of the human heart. As you could have easily guessed, all of this (down to Dennis's beeper-clad acid wash denim jacket) is a massive drug trip. She's actually clutching the collars of the three Jamaican receptionists, who are none too pleased to have a Lonely Girl on their hands on Valentine's Day. They have dates tonight, after all. As they try to arrange a ride for Lemon, she hallucinates that a ficus is Bon Jovi and saunters her way over to him.
Over at Jack's apartment, Avery gives Jack the morning-after speech, saying she doesn't think a man like him is exactly the marrying type. He tries to dissuade her, but she's convinced he's a one-shot deal. He tries to tell her that she's piqued his interest more than he expected, then his phone buzzes. It's the doctor's office asking him to pick up Lemon. Avery thinks it's just another subterfuge, so Jack invites her along on the car ride to prove he's not lying this time.