Judging by the fact that the next scene has them making out in her apartment on the floor, I guess I can figure out the answer to that one. Daphne tries to get in, Bella kicks her out. Daphne annoys Cyrus, he's still Googling. He found his "best" ex. She wrote a book! Score. Except the book is how to stop dating losers. On the floor at Bella's, she's eating cereal and sitting on Jake's lap. She says he doesn't feed her, he's too busy. He suggests lunch tomorrow instead. Then he gets quiet and weird, when she brings up their past. He unloads the info that she's the first person he's been with since his ex... though we have no idea how long it's been. He's being all strange and there's an uncomfortable conversation, mostly about his ex, Celeste. They do this cool thing where Bella just stares as his voice gets more and more distant. I guess this is the "So long, mountain biker dude" cue. We hardly knew ye.
But there's more time left, which means either Bella's going to feel bad and drag this out, or Tommy arrives, or they just put Elliot on the screen to hold cats and other small animals for ten minutes. I vote for the latter. Bella's complaining to Augie about Jake's ex obsession. Cyrus walks in with a copy of his ex's book. It has a tag line. "Before you start dating 'the one' you have to stop dating the zero." That can't be good for Cyrus' self esteem. Augie thinks Bella should get a copy so she'll cross Jake off the list. Bella's not done with Jake. Sigh. I guess that's the option we're going with here. She likes him, as long as it doesn't involve any conversation, so she's going to keep him moving. Which is Cyrus' snarky suggestion, but Bella thinks its brilliant. Of course.
Now they're rock-climbing again. But Bella's broken nail leads to more talk about Celeste. Bella does have the good sense to roll her eyes. He invites her camping, at a place near Celeste's family house. Bella, to her credit, tells him, "More climbing, less Celeste." But he's confused. He only mentioned her as a point of reference, not reminiscing. She's tired of Celeste-palooza. Then he calls her crazy. She calls him rude. This goes on, then she walks off.
At the flower shop, and Daphne's hair looks amazing right now. Daphne's all "You go, girl" and tells her she made the right decision, even though Jake is really hot. Bella talks about their amazing chemistry and banter, and he conveniently walks in. He'd like to buy an "I'm a jackass" arrangement. He tries to apologize, but she says he's not over his ex. He insists he's done with Celeste, and asks for one more chance. She caves.