Elaine and Bob walk home together, discussing how great of a time they had and how cool they are. Bob goes through the list of phone numbers Elaine gave him. She gives him a "goodnight" at the door. He says that it's too early. She says it's quarter to twelve on a Monday. He says that the wine is really affecting him and that he can't walk home just yet. She reminds him that he's only got three blocks, making it official that absolutely no one in this show owns a car. He says that he wants her. She says that's sweet. They kiss. She pulls away. He says he doesn't understand, he thought she liked him. She says she does, but that it's a first date. Bob laughs and says, "But Danny O' Connell on the first date, you --" He stops himself. Elaine asks if Danny told him about their first date. Bob says no. Elaine figures out that Danny told him what happened after their date. She realizes that Danny was the guy that gave Bob her number. She turns to go in.
Bob says that he thought they were clicking, and he assumes they had a better time than her and Danny did. He wants to know why Danny got invited up but didn't. She says that it's because she thought she and Bob were really clicking. Bob says he shouldn't get punished for being more fun than Danny. He says that's not fair. I think I heard this line when I was seventeen. Wanna know why Danny got invited up and you didn't Bob? Because if the guy is really boring, you'll try and at least get some physical satisfaction out of the date. You don't care what he thinks of you. If you like the guy you want him to know you're a "good girl." Here's a tip: If you just want a girl's booty, then act like an asshole. If she sleeps with you, she didn't like you. If she didn't sleep with you, then you've got to decide if you want to date her. But if you really like a girl and act like yourself and want to date her, you're gonna have to wait. Elaine gives Bob the fierce "Goodnight, Bob" with the chest push. As Elaine walks away Bob sighs and deflates a bit. The oboe sings its sad, sad song. Elaine walks into her apartment in tears. She pushes her hair back as we go to a commercial.