Meanwhile, Lemon finds Dennis in a park working on some helium cans and a big, metallic silver object of some kind. He tells her he knew it was her immediately because he's personalized the vibration on his pager for "each chick [he] used to put it to." She ignores that comment and asks what he's building. Just then a Hispanic boy climbs out of a door in Dennis's contraption. Dennis slams the door on the kid, then explains, "This is Jose. I met him through this program that places troubled adults with child mentors." Lemon puts two and two together that Dennis is planning to re-enact the Balloon Boy debacle, except with an actual kid in the balloon. She opens up the door and tells Jose to run like the wind. As with Drew, Lemon realizes that Dennis is a no-go and walks off wondering what she did wrong. Dennis screams after her that she'll be back. She keeps walking, so he hits on the nearest jogger. When she keeps a-runnin', he dismisses her as a lesbian.
Jack's apartment. Nancy is enjoying a Guinness after their non-date. He puts on some marching band music to stifle the mood, so Nancy excuses herself to the bathroom before heading back to her hotel. Jack picks up the phone to order her a car service, but he barely dials the number before she returns in a positively bordello-ready red lingerie ensemble. He drops the phone and lunges toward Nancy to take her to the bedroom caveman-style.
Cerie's rehearsal dinner. Lemon gripes to Jenna that her man hunt has been for naught. Just then Cerie introduces her to the guy she's sitting next to. It's Wesley! He smugs that he knew she'd be back, then obnoxiously pantomimes her search for someone better than him. He calls her out for the last two instances of "singles events in gymnasia" and revisiting boyfriends past. She says that she hates him, to which he counters that that's his only defect. "So where do I rank with all the other men that you've been with?" She mulls it over, realizes he has a point, and invites him to accompany her to Floyd's wedding.
Jack's apartment. Nancy lays out a breakfast spread not unlike that in Pretty Woman. She hugs Jack and says she's glad they took such a huge step together. He tries to play it down, but she confesses he's the only man she's ever been with other than her ex-husband. Jack blanches a bit at the expectations she's clearly got for their relationship. They sit down to eat, and she says she has something bad to tell him. She says she went out with her girlfriends one night and danced with a man after midnight on Saturday, which is technically Sunday: "A man had his hands on my hips on a day that was set aside for the Lord!" She laughs about Catholic guilt and how the nuns really messed her up. Jack laughs, "Not me!" as she walks away. Flustered, he goes to stab his fork into the table but misses and punctures his leg instead.