Ally voices-over the break-up for us, which we see and don't hear. She talks to Jonathan and Michael for a while at The Same Old Restaurant, and then they're gone forever. Then, at The Bar, Ally picks at her hair in front of Larry while Jeffrey Osborne and Vonda sing "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me." Then Larry and Ally dance. At another table, Ling rags on Nelle for getting dumped for Ally. Nelle tries to play it off. "I don't appreciate you bringing that candy-ass into this bar," says John. He says something about lawyers marking their territory. No one wants to hear his crap. Richard sprays himself with breath spray several times. Ally dances with Larry and makes her supposed-to-be-sexy faces. His face is impassive. Elaine and Renee watch them. CGI steam comes out of Elaine's nose. Ally and Larry do some fake flirty talk and then Ally tells him to shut up and puts her arms on his shoulders. They don't kiss, though. RDJ narrowly escaped that one.
Ally walks down the sidewalk and voice-overs, "The thing about walking alone -- it allows you to reflect on the day. And I couldn't wait to reflect on this one. But I guess that'll have to wait." Then the camera pulls back, and we see that Larry's walking with her. He's holding her hand and has his arm around her waist. I'm so sure. No... you know what? I blame Molly Ringwald for this.
Next week: Robert Downey, Jr., gets paid to kiss Ally McBeal.