Kate, who I should probably report is wearing a black see-through shirt, takes the call in some room that I guess isn't her office, since her clients aren't there, and when she picks up she apologizes for not calling, but work has been crazy. Like she needs to apologize for not calling. Since she's so busy, he'll be brief: "Have dinner with me." Kate's all, whuzzah? And Bryan's doing that I'm-so-totally-fine-you-don't-have-to-worry fake-out that dumped guys like to do (I've done it). "No expectations, so no excuses," he says, so Kate agrees and asks where he wants to meet, but we don't hear him picking a place.
Time to check in with her clients. And they're not real clients, they're matchmaker clients. Connie's dragged along her boyfriend. Hey! It's that guy! Kate's all, "Are you Johnny Ray? Are you Fay Wray? Are you Jimmy Ray?" No! It's Eddie Kaye! Thomas, that is, known to most people as Finch (and that's how I'm going to refer to him) -- at least, that's if they can remember his American Pie character's name at all. I suspect not a few people know him only as the guy who boinked Stifler's mom. Connie introduces Scott, who's kind of confused that he and Connie are meeting with a lawyer. Kate's explanation is that she dabbles in relationships on the side, which doesn't seem to clear things up for Finch. He also doesn't seem to be able to answer Kate's question about whether Connie told him what she and Kate discussed. So Kate lays out how Finch would, in an ideal world, be able to explore what's out there before he settles down. "Is that accurate?" she asks, the lawyer in her coming through. And he hesitantly says yes, that would be ideal. Kate says that with his girlfriend's blessing, Kate can introduce him to many interesting single women so he can satisfy his curiosity. Finch seems quite stunned, even with Connie looking on supportively. And I think Connie's quite cute, so I'm going to have to say that while Miss Match isn't a show I'd watch if I weren't being paid to do so (not enough people carry guns on this show, far fewer than on shows I normally watch), I have to say that it's not a show that's exactly hard on the eyes.