Ally sits in an office with a terse therapist played by Rhea Perlman. After quickly assessing the state of the union between Larry and Ally, Rhea advises Ally to end the relationship.
Mr. Bennett, who looks like the guy who used to play Caroline's boyfriend on Caroline in the City (not that I ever watched that show) testifies that he and his wife picked out baby names while they were dating. He says that their meeting of the minds rested on the supposition that they'd have children someday. Ms. Clapp's lawyer, who is played by Wallace Shawn of Clueless and The Princess Bride fame, objects to this manipulative testimony. Judge Seymore Walsh probably wishes he were elsewhere as John makes faces and the this-is-supposed-to-be-funny music plays.
Ally and Renee stare at their cell phones together, waiting for their respective romantic interests to call. Ally considers aloud the idea of dating other people. The doorbell rings and both women rush to answer their phones. Then Renee says, "He's come back to surprise you!" Ally opens the door, hallucinates Larry, and kisses Jackson. "You've got issues," Jackson tells her. Ally sheepishly leaves the room, somehow managing not to get her ass kicked by Renee. Jackson and Renee look at each other and say hi. See a dentist now, Renee.
I see a commercial for Temptation Island, which I never got around to seeing. If I'd known it had featured music from The Exorcist, though, I'd have been watching it all along.
Jackson tells Renee that he was embarrassed about having slept with her on the first date. They have a ridiculous argument and conclude that they must not want each other, since they both broke the first-date rule. Ally bursts out of her room and instructs Jackson to kiss Renee, leave the apartment, and then call her the next day for a dinner date, "like a gentleman." I'm sort of impressed with Ally's take-charge attitude for once, but then Jackson tells her, "I maintain: you got issues" and the show continues annoying me again.