But before Joey gets to the bar, Charlie brings her a drink. Banter. Banter. Flirting. Barfing. Banter. Charlie's "looking for a second chance." Joey breaks the news that Jen is dating someone else already. "I'm talking about you," he smarms. "You're looking for a second chance with me? Who told you you ever had a first?" Joey asks. "All right, I hit on you. Is that a crime?" Charlie asks. Joey snorts. "If there's anything I'm guilty of, it's being attracted to you," he continues. Oh, sweet fancy Jesus. Has that line ever worked? My. God. Charlie continues in this vein for, like, the rest of my life. She's so pretty, he loves her, he wants her to have his babies, blah. Joey's unimpressed. "At least I'm not afraid to take a chance," Charlie finishes. We all see where this is going, right? Good. Joey says she's not going to "recount [her] reckless behavior" for him. He calls her a prude. I file my nails. She rolls her eyes. "Joey. The smart girl from Worthington. When was the last time you did something completely and indisputably wild?" Charlie asks. And Joey walks off. So, wait? Are they saying that you can't be smart and wild simultaneously? Because that's so not true. At least, that's what I've heard.
Episode Report CardJessica: B+ | 507 USERS: C+
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