LAX. Jacob says the following words of wisdom: "It's really hard to be a girlfriend in a band. I mean we travel all the time. It's tough." Jacob holds hands with a girl as he explains that she's his best friend. Her name is Janie, and she's who he "depends on for everything." That's healthy. He says that they dated in the fifth, sixth, and seventh grade, so you know that their love is pure and true. They dated when they were ten. They dated in a simpler time, before puberty and physical attraction. He says she motivates him, is whom he leans on, is his shoulder to cry on. Poor, poor girl. We see them walk out of LAX. Jacob is manhandling the back of her neck. Janie continues to look downward, not making direct eye contact with Jacob. He rubs her side and then kisses her neck.
In another corner of Arrivals, Shrilli has one of those luggage carts -- you know, the carts for families that have tons of luggage? It's just her, but she brought so much luggage that she needs a cart. She frantically looks around as though Ashley forgot her again. Ashley tells us that he's glad Shrilli came out because he's missed her and he knows they don't get to talk and hang out like they used to. "Used to," like, two weeks ago?