The big fight! Lauren and Harry come back to one of their apartments, I'm guessing hers, and walk solemnly inside. It is clear to anyone who has ever been in a relationship that whoever speaks next, whatever it is they say, will elicit a violent outburst from his or her partner. Unless it's Lauren who speaks next. But if it's Harry, Lauren will flip her lid. Let's watch. Harry says, "You've been quite the chatterbox." Lauren snaps, "Is it a problem, Harry?" He says that no, it's not a problem, but "it's just not like you to clam up." She says, "If you think I'm a clam now, wait till we get into bed." And if that's supposed to be as raunchy, or as anti-raunchy, as it sounds: zing! Score an unexpected hit for Ms. Davis. Harry says, "So you obviously want to fight." Lauren claims she doesn't, in a very fighty-sounding tone of voice. Then Harry says, "I slept with my mother, did I ever tell you that?" Something about the way Harry delivers the line makes it sound almost convincing; or, at any rate, Lauren is convinced, and crosses the apartment to get in his face and ask (incredulously but obviously tricked), "You slept with your mother?" Of course, Harry replies, "Not really. But I figured if you thought I slept with my mother then sleeping with Jenna Miller wouldn't seem so bad." Lauren tells him to go sleep at his own place tonight (ah, so it IS her place), so Harry rounds on her and tells her she can't be angry at him for dating someone else before her. Which isn't true, she can, but she claims she isn't, so he asks what's really wrong.
She says, "Argh! It's Valentine's Day, dammit! You don't do a thing, we go out with a group !?" He points out that Valentine's Day is tomorrow, and she says, "So? You could be warming up to it. You don't just throw it into drive on February 14th. February 13th can be a very I don't feel like spending the day before Valentine's Day obsessing over Jenna Miller." Harry says he'll try to stop obsessing over her, with a gesture that changes the meaning to, "You're the one obsessing, you crazy wench." Lauren notes that he is laughing at her, and he says, "Do I look like I'm laughing?" This, of course, in the masterful arguing techniques of women, gets twisted around against him as well, because no, he doesn't look like he's laughing, but, she says, "You don't look like you're smiling when you're smiling! You're completely incapable of showing your emotions! That is another thing!" And she storms away. He stands there, expressionless, not showing any emotions, thinking, "What is she talking about?"