Georgia goes back to the Lonely Hearts Club to sit with Billy Flynn. He's there, of course, in the same seat, working on his third martini. She offers to buy him another to keep him sitting there. He asks why she's there on a Friday night and she says it's probably for the same reason he's there: "Came to sit next to something I know I can't have." Like he knew that she'd show up again. Oh, maybe she was referring to his alcohol. Doesn't matter, she flashes her ring at him to show she's not trying anything. But we all know that Billy Flynn doesn't care about expensive things, cashmere coats, diamond rings. Sorry. I love that musical. She introduces herself as Georgia. He says that's a beautiful name and that his is George. He says that he's old enough to be her father, so he's not going to try anything either. They try to find a topic of conversation, but Georgia just wants to dance. George obliges.
Renee, Whipper and Ally are saying their goodbyes to the happy couple.