The Big Ace Saloon. Drue and Pacey, thoroughly soused, have gathered several other ne'er-do-wells at their table. Pacey wins a hand of cards, and as he sweeps the money towards him, the bartender comes over and asks how they're doing. "Mighty big fun, Mack, mighty big fun!" Drue slurs, clapping Mack on the shoulder. Shout-out? Nah, probably not. Mack addresses Pacey as "Dave," the name on Pacey's fake ID, and Pacey's a little late in catching his snap. Semi-hostile back-and-forth designed to prove that Pacey doesn't know Rhode Island, where he's ostensibly from, during which Drue cringes drunkenly; after Mack busts on him, Pacey heaves himself to his feet and Westerns, "You calling me a liar?" Drue stares at him for a split second before laughing like a hyena, and Pacey cracks up too, and Mack glares at the both of them as they fall about laughing at themselves.
West Side Grill. Pan around Joey and Jen at the table, Joey sipping her drink and Jen seething; Mr. L's chair is empty. Mr. L blusters back in shortly thereafter, rambling on about how something's come up at the office and he has to get back. Jen is nearly panting, she's so upset, but Mr. L is oblivious, urging the girls to order anything they want because it's all paid for, and he counts off a bunch of bills and tells Jen to "show [Joey] some magic." Oh, that's classy. He leans down to kiss Jen goodbye, and she flinches away. Then he says goodbye to Joey and takes off, glibbing over his shoulder, "Jennifer, I love ya, you get more beautiful all the time," and glad-handing his way out of the restaurant. Jen glares after him, her eyes filling; Joey looks after him too, then turns back to Jen with a "hey you okay?" face, but Jen averts her gaze and twists her lips to keep from crying. Michelle Williams's acting is kicking ass, by the way.
Jen and Joey emerge on a rooftop; Joey does her Country Mouse open-mouthed-marveling thing while Jen points out various neighborhoods and highlights of the skyline.