We finally make it to Warren and Donna's big date, at the theater, waiting in line for popcorn. Warren is as nervous as Robert Downey Jr. in a courtroom. Donna tells Warren that he doesn't have to be nervous around her, which is like telling Louis Farrakhan he doesn't have to be black. It comes time for him to order the popcorn, and he screws even that up, communicating horribly with the concession guy stand who's just trying to save our young Warren a few bucks on different popcorn sizes. Donna and Warren get their popcorn and walk to an escalator to take them to the theater. As the escalator takes them up, Donna tells Warren that she thinks Jessica likes him. Warren pops a boner right there and then, asking, "Really?! Pshaw...she doesn't like me." Donna insists, telling Warren she's seen how Jessica looks at him. Warren says that's all well and good, but he's not with Jessica right now, he's with her. This makes Donna all warm and fuzzy and she holds Warren's hand. Warren's balls begin to tingle ever so slightly. Warren feels bold and begins saying how a woman is like a flower, you have to feed her and water her and ARRRRRRRGH! Warren gets his foot caught in the escalator and falls to the ground, throwing popcorn everywhere. The alarm system goes off, the escalator automatically shuts off, and people start stepping over Warren so they don't miss the coming attractions in their respective theaters. Warren tells Donna to tell the manager to turn off the escalator. Donna tells Warren not to go anywhere. I snicker to myself at what a loser this guy is.
At the alley, the wedding has begun when we hear, "Hold on! Hold on!" Ed shows up dressed as Colonel Sanders, saying you can't have a wedding without a best man. He leans over to the couple and says, "If you two screw this marriage up, I'll have to hunt you down and kill you." Barbara says, "We won't," and Ed says he knows they won't.
Warren walks Donna to her front door, and she says she had a great time. He says, "I did too. Any date that involves the Jaws of Life can't be all that bad. Unless you were in a car accident." Donna asks why he never kissed her on the hill weeks ago, and he says that he was looking for a signal...any signal. Donna says, "You just needed a signal?" Warren starts babbling about windows of opportunity closing as Donna slowly moves closer to him. He's still chattering nervously as she tells him to stop talking, leans in, and gives Warren his first adult kiss. They stop; she says, "Goodnight" and goes inside. Warren stands there for a second and begins to walk away slowly, this time with a little bit of confidence in his step. Tony Bennett starts singing "Call Me Irresponsible" as our musical montage of the week begins.