Jackie can't believe that Lenny's still around, but he says he's been out and back twice already. He shows around a caricature he got somebody to draw of Zoey from his phone -- it's cute, and exactly what you think, considering she's already a caricature -- and Zoey shows up to scream at him to put it away. It's adorable. Eleanor appears and rattles off some doctor stuff, and Jackie stares at her and her après-sex hair for approximately one second before ordering her to go to lunch. Now.
Eleanor giggles under Jackie's walleyed stare and admits that she shagged a nurse, in the chapel no less, which is horrifying but not as horrifying as the next part, which Jackie already has intuited: That it was Sam. Eleanor laughs about how he's a recovering addict, and Jackie says that's just one of the many, many problems she has with him. Eleanor says that without booze and sex and drugs it's a wonder he gets out of bed in the morning: Maybe a shag in front of Jesus is what will keep him alive. Jackie wants to barf, and Eleanor giggles about that because she knows how much Jackie hates him, and changes the subject to Eddie.
"It's over. It's done. It's... You know, whatever we had is now a big fat fucked-up mess." Eleanor points out that in addition to the usual obstructions we can have in relationships -- stalking, drug trafficking, suicide attempts, am I right ladies? -- there's also Jackie's whole marriage and family. Which, of course, Eleanor knows just how much of a bummer those things can be, considering Kevin always acts like it's Eleanor trying to fuck Jackie all the time. "I think the overdosing stalker in him was just lying dormant," Eleanor says, and wonders if he's maybe going to tell Kevin the whole thing. Jackie says no, because what would he have then? Which kind of tells you she's not done with him.
"Everyone's life in ruins? If-I-can't-have-her-no-one-can kind of thing?" Jackie's sure -- and she knows people, it's her magic power -- that he's not that guy. She says that he loves her, no matter what, even if there's a little bit of hate in there now. Eleanor asks the big question: Does Jackie love him? The answer is yes, but answering the question is a bridge too far for old Jackie, because that would make it cheating instead of an exquisite demonstration of denial and Addict Skillz. Eleanor says she doesn't judge either way, and that she expects the same from Jackie, even though it's Sam. I say: Look at Sam. There's your alibi. Just look at him and ask yourself if the normal rules apply. Not wanting to talk about either of their adultery boyfriends, Jackie decides lunch is over. Eleanor stays behind, to do God knows what sneakiness. It involves a bouquet, we'll see.