Marin stomps away, and right into Cheryl and Meryl, who wanted to say goodbye, and thank her. Marin protests that she didn't do anything, but they disagree, saying that Marin showed them that real men exist, and is sending them back to New York with the knowledge that they don't have to settle for guys who wear more jewellery than they do. Meryl says that Elmo is terrific, and both women are still over the moon about Jack. With one final stroke of Marin's ego as they say they can't wait for her new book, the girls are on their way back to the 516.
Ugh. Okay, Jewel is an AWFUL actress, so I'm going to shorthand this: Jewel and Theresa know each other from when they used to sing together, though Theresa was "Winnie" then. At least, I think she says Winnie; did I mention how terrible Jewel is? Theresa supposedly moved to Alaska because Jewel talked it up so much, and Jewel is disappointed that Theresa doesn't sing anymore. Theresa makes a self-deprecating joke about how every singer secretly wants to be a waitress. Jewel sucks.
Patrick is practising his chopstick technique at the desk at the Inn when Celia bustles in with a picnic basket, promising that dinner is "a ton of fun on a bun." Patrick correctly guesses that they'll be dining on sloppy joes, but apologetically says that he's stuffed with dumplings. Celia, unpacking plates of the least sloppy sloppy joes I've ever seen (show of hands as to who's surprised Celia's sloppy joes are rigidly tidy? Thought so), tightly says that dumplings aren't dinner, but Patrick says that Mai calls them magic food, because they're so small, yet so filling. Celia doesn't answer, so Patrick sternly tells her she should give Mai a chance: "She's hen cool. That's Chinese for 'very cool.'" Celia squints: "She taught you Chinese?" Patrick says she taught Annie too: "She loooooves Annie!" "Oh, COME ON," crabs Celia around a mouthful of joe. "Mom-Mai's a trip!" giggles Patrick. Celia is brought up short by the nickname, and in her jealous rage is forced to pack up her dapper joes and leave in a huff.