Victoria returns to the table with Finch saying, "Hey, sexy," and I have to say that him saying, "I was getting lonely without you," while staring brazenly at her breasts, was pretty funny. She snaps her fingers and is all, "Up here!" so he sheepishly apologizes, saying that it's just because she's so hot. Surprisingly, that doesn't sway her; she just tells him to work on the eye contact. Trying to at least keep the conversation going, she asks if he has any hobbies, and he bores her by talking about swimming, and his collection of matchbooks from restaurants he's visited (sounding especially sad when he admits that he kind of stopped actually collecting them). Oh! He forgot to mention his car, a '67 Lincoln Continental, with original upholstery, suicide doors. You'd think this would be all yadda yadda yadda to Victoria, but she snaps to, saying that that is her dream car. "Really," says Finch. "I restored it myself." He also uses the phrase "pretty cherry," and when Victoria expresses a desire to see it, he's all, "Cheque!"
Outside, in the Lincoln Continental, Victoria's purring about how it looks like it's fresh off the showroom floor. "Yep, she's my baby," says Finch. Poor, sweet, deluded Connie. Victoria praises his restoration job, calling the car a "beautiful piece of machinery." "So are you," says Finch. Victoria gives him a look, forcing him to apologize and acknowledge that he realizes she's a woman, not machinery, but she interrupts his apology to warn him that his "window of opportunity is fading fast," so she recommends he stop talking. He does so, and they start doing it right on the front seat, horn honking approvingly.
The next day, Victoria's on the phone with Kate, pretending to nonchalantly wonder what Finch thought of her (but Kate hasn't spoken to him yet). Kate's all, why do you want to know? And Victoria's all, no reason, and Kate's all, Victoria Francine Carlton! You liked him! And Victoria's all, nuh-uh! And Kate's all, yuh-huh! And so on, until Victoria admits Finch was kind of cool, "in an oddball sort of way." And she drops the bomb that she and Finch made out in the front seat (and there was "totally enough room"). Kate's a little surprised, and slightly annoyed at Victoria's blathering about how not enough American cars have big bench seats anymore, and so forth, until finally Victoria says it's her impression that Finch doesn't seem ready to settle down. Did she figure that out before or after he stuck his tongue down her throat?