Pacey and Jack are still hanging at the bar. Pacey wonders when Jack started going to gay bars alone. Jack points out that he's not alone, then confesses that Audrey took him to this joint the night Pacey cooked them all dinner. Hey, Continuity! You're back. Sars told me that you like Diet Coke, so I went to CostCo and -- hey, come back! Jesus. I can't catch a break, can I? Jack drinks his beer and comments that that's "the essence of Audrey." She "zeroes in on the one thing you're slightly afraid of" and won't take no for an answer. Pacey stares at his drink as Jack wonders who does that for her. At long last, Pacey pushes back from the bar and announces that he's going. "To chase the girl!" he crows. Jack grins and nods and says he's going to hang out with the all the other gay dudes for a while. Pacey runs off. Jack looks at the business card Food Critic gave him and smiles. Just a little bit.
Outside the radio station, Audrey hugs The Beard and thanks him for teaching her about Life And Love. The Wig and Jen are still blathering about passion and whatnot. Blah blah blah, Jen's scared her relationship with the Head isn't sufficiently spicy. Whatever. Her hair is so ugly. Finally, The Wig gives her a promotional shirt and bids her goodbye. The van drives away. Those dudes sucked. How boring was that subplot? Seriously? Of course, part of the problem is that I hate Jen, post-spinectomy. "This was so not the night I expected," Audrey tells Jen, before looking up to see Pacey leaning against his car and staring at her, all Dylan McKay-style. Jen chuckles and tells Audrey to run over there and make him happy. Or miserable. "Just go to him," she instructs.