Meanwhile, Jeff's totally freaking out with Carol because Nancy told him specifically that this date was "not a date." Jeff misunderstood the situation and was under the impression that he was to portray a hotshot playboy squiring the lovely Miss Vessey. Carol starts laughing and they share a decent little chuckle over the whole mess. They start to walk back to the table to explain Jeff's insanity, and see that Ed and Bonnie are engaged in a rather heated argument. So they hit the bar instead.
As usual, Bonnie and Ed are fighting. Ed is chastising Bonnie for sucking him into her world when she knew she'd only break his heart, and Bonnie is laughing a seductive, evil laugh while licking her demon lips. Actually, Bonnie says she didn't know it would turn out this way between them. Ed says it's typical Bonnie Hane behavior and Bonnie says, "If that's how you feel." Ed reiterates that's how he feels. Bonnie leaves. Ed gets up to leave and sees Carol and Jeff yukking it up at the bar. Jeez. He pretty much trashed his relationship with Carol to pursue Bonnie, only to have Bonnie break his heart so that when he's ready to turn to Carol for solace, BAM!!! Carol's got some new eccentric young stud to keep her company. Irony, baby. It's a cruel, cruel fact of life. Ed leaves the bar to the sounds of Carol and Jeff hooting away.
Commercials. God bless commercials. They give me a chance to fine tune my sloppy notes on the show, plus retrieve a tall, cool beverage. Thank you Mr. Commercial Guy.
Back to Jeff and Carol, now walking down the street. Jeff's beating the crap out of himself for calling Carol "hon." He can't believe he did it and tells Carol that he's going to move to Tibet and become one of those monks that Richard Gere is talking to. He must mean the monks that carry gerbils in their pockets, but he doesn't specify this fact. Carol thinks it was kinda cute how he called her "hon," and they share a few nice moments on the street. Carol says she had a great time tonight and Jeff pushes for another date. Carol, showing a moment of clarity, says that as much as she'd like to go out with him again, she has to tell him something about Molly. Jeff resists saying, "Molly? The fat girl from the book club??" and just sticks with, "Molly?" Carol tells Jeff that Molly thinks he's really cute, which takes Jeff aback. Carol, satisfied that she has sold out her best friend, tries to get Jeff to give Molly a call, telling him, "She's amazing." I throw out the old Fortune Cookie joke by finishing up her sentence with "...In Bed!!" and then slapping my knee with laughter until it bruises slightly.