Fashion event! Clothes! Paintings! PC is not impressed and makes fun of the trendy people. Jessie networks furiously, claiming to be interested in PR or whatever the person in front of her does for a living. Kelli is also at the event, having invited Camille along. PC apparently knows them and goes for the European double-kiss, which Camille makes fun of in an interview. Well, she actually compliments his confidence, but it looks like she's mocking. Jessie looks a little ticked off by PC talking to girls who aren't her. Camille tells us that Jessie is considered a bitch, and Jessie assures us that of course she wasn't mad that PC was off talking to other women. No, no, no. She wouldn't dream of being angry about that. PC interviews that Jessie doesn't want new friends so she's a little rough to new acquaintances. PC and Kelli exchange numbers. Kelli appears smitten. Camille mentions that everyone has Blackberries and that it's very New York. Again, I've seen Blackberries even way out here in the wilds of Washington. Actually, it's mostly iPhone country out here, although I understand that Microsoft employees have to use the official Microsoft phone.
Sorry! Got distracted. Jessie makes PC leave with her and then refuses to have a conversation about Kelli and Camille. Jessie has no interest in meeting people her own age and would prefer to network with professionals.
PC rolls into Jessie's place and tells her that she looks like her mother's wedding picture. Zoe agrees and tells Jessie she could be marrying her dad right now. Unsurprisingly, Jessie finds this line of conversation weird. PC tells Jessie that he's going to have dinner with Kelli, and Zoe shuts down. Luckily, Zoe is there to needle him. PC claims that it's not a date, but Jessie says that if it's after 7 PM, it's a date. It's awkward.
Marci and Taylor shop for clothes, and Taylor tells us for a second time that her parents are divorced but she lives with her mother most of the time. Marci probes for information about the party and Taylor makes the basic mistake of mentioning Sebastian. So now Marci has a boy's name and demands details. Taylor is texting Sebastian while in the store.
In a weird pink-and-purple place, Sebastian and his friend Gabe (who has hair almost as floppy as Sebastian's) are having a double-date with a girl named Remy and, um, someone else for Gabe. Sebastian pretends to be able to speak French, and Remy buys it. Sebastian is emphatically unattached and gets a kiss from Remy at the end of the date.