Tracy tells Kenneth that he needs to pull it together, act on his impulses, and ask the sexy and blind Jennifer out on a date. It takes some convincing because, as Kenneth puts it, "There's something about her that makes me all carsick inside," but Tracy accelerates him out of his position of indecision by pouring out water on the floor before Jennifer walks by. She slips and falls, and Kenneth again comes rushing to her aid. Again, they hold hands, but this time when Kenneth goes speechless Tracy swoops in like Cyrano de Bergerac. He pretends to be the silent Kenneth, and charms Jennifer with silky words. "Well, cotton and fiddles! I enjoy your smile!" Tracy (as Kenneth) asks Jennifer out on a date and she agrees.
It's date night inside the Lemon household. She and Dr. Baird finish their stew in the living room. "It's my own recipe, where I use cheddar cheese instead of water," says Lemon. Dr. Baird tells her he's happy they decided to stay in on Valentine's Day and take things slow. They make the usual small talk. Lemon is about to spill to him the charming personal story behind where she grew up but then one of her boobs spills out of her blouse. Dr. Baird is a gentleman and lets her know. "I can see all of it," he admits.
Two sad (and very blue-eyed) Jesus statues set the scene for the Catholic church where Jack and Elisa are attending the feast of the martyrdom of Saint Valentine. Jack checks his watch, pulls out his cell phone, and calls Jonathan. As Jonathan answers, everybody kneels to say the Lord's Prayer... everybody but Jack:
"Our Jonathan, who art in the office,
Hallowed be thy reservation.
If you are able, hold my table,
As we will not be there by seven.
Have them delay our heavenly dessert,
And forgive us our lateness,
As we forgive those who cause lateness against us."