Then she goes for coffee with Michael and lies to his face by apologizing and saying that she didn't know about the whole situation, but he's doing his I'm-a-way-cool-and-understanding-guy routine and says things weren't really happening anyway, which is I guess what you might say if you're interested in someone and think things are going somewhere, only to find out she's been eating peaches on the side. And he says that when things "click," he'll know. Kate asks when things last clicked for him, and he says when he was at Stanford, and launches into a story about how he managed to fall in love with a Berkeley student at a football game. Kate gets all doe-eyed as he talks about this, and she's all, "You were in love!" because -- get this -- Michael used to make the supreme sacrifice of taking a bus after his car broke down. Anyway, since he's had the real thing, he knows pretty quickly when it's not there. And the Cliff Notes version is that they broke up after university because she wanted to get married and he didn't, so that kind of makes me wonder about his blah-blahing about how he's had the real thing. And then she wound up marrying his best friend, even. "So I guess that makes me a matchmaker too!" he says, and they both laugh at his annoying little joke.
Kate's awakened by Ramon, who has called to ask her if she's still looking for "that long-haired rocker dude," and meanwhile Ramon is RIGHT THERE with Aaron, so I would hope Ramon knows that Kate is looking for Aaron, since I don't think private investigators spend a lot of time finding people on spec, and Aaron is in some sort of fish-packing plant and he explains that he took a second job, and Kate tells him about the visit, which Aaron wants to push back until noon because he won't get paid unless he finishes this shift, so Kate whiningly agrees, and the whole time Aaron is looking off-screen like he's reading his lines from cue cards. "But Aaron, please. Noon," says Kate.