Jessie's at a clothing store where PC will meet her to pull clothes for Operation Smile. Jeff, the owner, greets her and they plan on making a new Operation Smile hoodie. Jessie gets tired of waiting for PC and leaves a message for him that she can't wait any longer and starts browsing. Clothes shopping! Jessie is ticked off, which you can tell by the face that she uses his full name on the message. Finally, PC rolls in and apologizes. She's still calling him Peter, so you know she's mad. His excuse is refreshing in its directness: he didn't want to come all the way down here (which would mean more if I knew where they were or where PC lived), and also he was being lazy. Jessie is not mollified. And now that he's here, Jessie is angry that he wants to shop. Which is what she wanted him here to do, right? But she's been here for an hour and now she just wants to leave and she's frustrated with him.
PC and Sarah meet up on a corner. Sarah is another of PC's female friends who he likes to talk to about women. He wants to meet someone new and not from his circle. He tells us that in the prep scene, there's a lot of casual sex but that he's looking for "something a little more tasteful." Tasteful? Tasteful casual sex?
Kelli and Camille go to a spa and get glop painted on their faces. Kelli talks about Sebastian and the cupcakes. Camille isn't surprised to learn that Sebastian and Taylor went out because they clearly liked each other. She offers to call Sebastian but Kelli claims not to like gossip. But the next thing you know, Camille and Kelli are in a hot tub full of lemons (it's like a freakin' Ken Russell film in here!) and calling Sebastian up to get the scoop. Kelli thinks it's disgusting that Sebastian kissed Taylor at the end of their date, and I'm just surprised he has so little sense as to tell Kelli about it. Even through Kelli's glopmask, she's clearly disturbed.