Larry and Jamie yell at each other. Larry asks why Jamie doesn't move to Boston. Jamie doesn't want to. She instead wants to talk about how much passion the two of them have for each other. She sits next to Larry on his desk and caresses his ear. He says he can't go through this again. "Just tell me that you know it's over," she tells him. He pushes her hand away and says, "I know it's over." This is right before they smash their faces together and start kissing like hungry dogs. "Oh, no!" Larry groans, breaking away and running out the door. Oh, be quiet Larry. You know you liked it. You know you want to play Wolverine in the X-Men sequel. You will notice that I gave this episode a grade of D. The "D" only has a plus sign after it because of this scene.
There are a bunch of broken pencils on the desk as Ally frets that something is going on with Larry and Jamie. Renee suggests that Ally go to her own office and find out if Larry's called. Poor Ally. I almost feel bad for her. I mean, I really don't care at all but if I try really hard, I can almost sort of feel bad for her.
Randy bursts into Ling's office and says, "I do!" Ling sputters a little and then Randy comes out with this brilliant line: "Trust me, I've had it psychologically entombed." That is so beautifully inane. I'm going to try to say that at least once at work this week. My boss will say, "Gwen, did you get the information you needed for the newsletter?" I'll say, "Trust me, I've had it psychologically entombed." Damn. Maybe I'll get a raise! Randy demands to know whether Ling can see the slightest possibility of a Randy / Ling hook-up in the future. "No," says Ling. "That sounded a little anemic," says Randy, putting his hand on her bare arm. "Not a chance!" grits Ling. "Clear enough?" I really think they should be wearing trench coats for this scene. "What about the wedding?" Ling calls as Randy tries to exit. "She's the next best thing. And you're still invited," he replies in that bittersweet, underplayed-by-the-oboe way. Oh, shut up, Randy. No one cares.