Tony interviews that BJ and Duane have a "magical rapport" and "live in their own world." Heh. Sing it, Tony. The drama continues to unfold, apparently, as Billie Jeanne chases Duane around the apartment conducting a loud dramatic confrontation in front of the friends and family, like it's an episode of The Real World (fork-fork-FOOORK!). Man, as much as I feel sorry for BJ about the crappy way Tony is using her, she certainly isn't making herself look like the girl any guy would want his friend to marry, ever. In fact, she's arguably red-flag girl. BJ explains that she had to pull Duane out of his incredibly self-centered state and explain to him how this wasn't exactly about him right now, but it was about her taking "a journey and a step." He sobs as they hug. It occurs to me that I could not take him for five minutes without wrapping his scarf around his neck and choking him. I'll show you some crying, ya big baby.
Back at Casa Nic, Jill is reminding us that she was worried about how Kevin's family was going to react to her having posed in Playboy. Kevin interviews that he was worried about how his family was going to react to Jill's having posed in Playboy. You know, if they only showed everything once, this show would be sixteen minutes long, including the intro segments, the panel, and the lingering, loving shots of the bathroom door. Weirdly, Kevin's dad brings Playboy up in a conversation involving Jill, Kevin, the Nics, and the Kevins. So they're airing this in front of everyone's family, which seems a little odd. Kevin's dad is concerned over her response to the issue of whether or not she would do it again. Jill says that she wouldn't know unless she was asked, but she can't honestly swear she would never pose in Playboy again. Jill perceptively interviews that for all that the Kevins may tell her that they accept her past (have they done that?), she's concerned that it "may bother them." Think so?