Meanwhile, Mike and Nancy are sitting down to an extremely quiet dinner with Carmella. Nancy goes upstairs to check on Sara, which is really Carmella's job, but Mike wants to talk to Carmella. He says they're happy with Carmella, but Mike couldn't help noticing that Carmella stares at him quite a bit. Carmella apologizes and says that nobody told her to avoid eye contact with them. She shamefully looks down at her lap. He tells her that's not it, and gently orders her to look at him, but she won't. He calls for Nancy.
Ed and Bonnie are on their date. Ed asks Bonnie why she asked him out. She asked why he accepted. Bonnie orders a Cosmopolitan, and Ed orders a Shirley Temple. Both the waitress and Bonnie make a big deal about the drink. Ed asks that they stop talking about the drink and just serve it. Bonnie says that Ed is one weird dude. Ed says he'd like to explain the Shirley Temple ordering, but that a higher power prevents him from doing so. My first thought was "Maury Povich?" but then I realize he's talking about the time-honored tradition of the $10 bet.
Nancy comes back down to the kitchen and tells Carmella that Mike thinks she has a crush on him. Carmella is confused but then says that the reason she stares at Mike is because he reminds her of a butcher that she used to go to; he also had a very big forehead just like Mike's. Then Carmella starts giggling and finds this to be a great opportunity to humiliate her boss. "Oh Mr. Burton, Carmella can not resist you," she laughs as she clutches her hands in front of her heart, acting like a lovesick little girl, or Carol with PMS -- take your pick. "You are just so big and strong and beautiful." Nancy and Carmella get a big kick out of ridiculing Mike, who looks like his grandmother just caught him masturbating. Nancy laughs and says that she'll be telling this story until the day she dies. Which will be sooner than later if she doesn't quit embarrassing her husband.