Jill is moving into Jack's, and Jack talks about how great and convenient the move is. Jill starts setting up his stuff, and Jack demonstrates her anal, yet lovable, need for everything in its proper place by questioning his every move and hovering over him anxiously, and it's SO BORING I could die.
Next scene. "Paris," Mikey, and Elispa ride around in the limo while "Paris" tells a childhood anecdote so she can flash some thigh while showing some scar from her escapades as a scamp. Elispa finally does something polite and leaves them alone in the limo to head up to the apartment. "Paris" tells Mikey she had a great time. He says me too. She goes to kiss him, but he squeezes her hand. She asks if he wants to drive around the city for a while and Mikey says, "No, but I want to call you tomorrow," as the Horns of Horniness play in the background.
Next scene. Jack and Jill sorting CDs. Weirdness arises when Jill wonders if he should label his, and Jack looks insulted. Then Jack says they're not really moving in together, they're just pretending, and that it's a rehearsal. Jill says for "the big play," although they're not going to be doing The Big Play anytime soon. I'm assuming they're talking about Living Together or Marriage, but frankly the metaphor is hackneyed and boring and I choose to ignore it and not recap it. Any of you need to know EXACTLY what was said can get a transcript by sending three dollars and a can of hearts of palm to me, manimal, c/o MBTV.
Fancy party. Dan the NLRF is talking up Audrey and how gorgeous and fabulous she is. Barto comes up behind her and asks that they talk. Barto wants to leave. Audrey says five more minutes. Barto said she said that an hour ago. Audrey says that this party is important to her, and she thought he would understand that. Barto says that they only have a few nights left together and it's important to him that they actually spend it in each other's presence. Then the Ferret says that's exactly why she asked him along. Barto repeats her statement incredulously. The Ferret tells him he should be a little more supportive, and that if things take off for her, this is how things are going to be and he should learn to handle it. Barto tells her she's been acting self-absorbed like everyone else at the party, and she says maybe he should go, and he does. Now she looks incredulous. Barto walks out, and Dan the NLRF says goodbye. Barto turns to see the Ferret eyeing him nastily, and then the NLRF comes up and puts his arms around her and leads her to another john -- oops, I mean, "Industry exec" and Audrey pastes on her big Valley of the Dolls grin.