Lily rushes into an empty condo near the highway, wearing a totally cute coral/orange sun dress, and looks at Bart Bass, who is standing portentously near the window. He doesn't turn around when she comes in and asks WTF he's doing flouncing around properties when their wedding is happening. But it's because this is all a big silly color-by-numbers metaphor. I lost a bit of respect for Bart Bass here, because it's just so silly to make Lily jump through these hoops when you're going to have to look her in the eye and ask either way. "This is the first building I ever bought... Sometimes I like to come here, just to... Feel how it felt the first time I saw it." Lily thinks about that and how totally weird that is, and yet how there is a strange parallel to her own situation: "Well, there is a comfort in revisiting the things that we loved, when we were young..."
See what I mean? If this were Julie Cooper and Caleb Nichol you wouldn't even blink, it would be awesome, this whole metaphor with the building and the whole "let's take time out of our busy day for a metaphor that you're not even going to understand until the end of the conversation," because they were these magnificent cartoons. But Bart and Lily aren't cartoons because Bart is really weird and scary looking, and Lily is ... It's Lily. "But the truth is, I'm not that young man anymore. I think maybe I've outgrown this place, and holding onto it is keeping me from moving forward with what's most important to me now. What do you think I should do?" Flip it for a profit? Turn it into an art space or community center? Tear it down and build a park? WTF, I'm tired of this scene. Basically he's like, "My secret wedding wish is for you to stop fucking Rufus Humphrey and stop listening to Lisa Loeb and writing about him in your diary," and she's like, "Thanks for not calling me a whore, and I promise I got that out of my system last night. Plus, the choker is back."