Camille and Kelli arrive for dinner with PC. PC is thrown a bit because he wasn't expecting Camille to be there. Kelli and Camille grill PC about Jessie and he admits she can be a bit short with people she doesn't know but mostly defends her and her ways. When he mentions Operation Smile, Camille asks for more information because she needs a cause. Remember earlier in the episode when she didn't have a cause? Do pay attention. This'll go much more smoothly. Camille wants PC to put in a good word for her with Jessie so that she, Camille, can get on the board of Operation Smile.
PC does not like the steak, although Camille and Kelli think it tastes good. PC explains that he's very picky about his food and tells them about a recent fugu experience he had. It was apparently good. He wants to know what Kelli's doing on Friday, but she's grounded for a couple of days. Camille says that her groundings are much shorter than they used to be and PC does a magnificently above-it-all "Groundings. Hm!" He mocks them for being so much (i.e. "one year") younger than him. He asks if they're twelve, and Camille immediately tells him that he's being abrasive. In an interview, PC describes them as "[bleep]ing young bitches". That got to him!
Deciding that Kelli is beneath his lofty standards, PC joins Jessie the next day at a bar. Or something. He tells her he doesn't want to date anyone and that he's done with "the high school crowd". Jessie offers to help him meet someone, but he doesn't know what he wants. He tries to make a joke out of his frustration, but when he throws a bottle of water across the table, Jessie isn't having it. She tells him he's got a shitty attitude and won't make up with him. After Jessie leaves, calling him immature (interesting fact: immaturity is the worst thing in the world to a senior in high school), PC gets bleeped a few more times. Then he has a drink.
Later that night (or another night, I don't really know) PC calls Jessie. She's hurt that he threw a bottle of water at her and he eventually apologizes. Then she makes fun of him for being at Columbus Circle like a tourist. He promises to go buy a fanny pack. Heh.
Okay! Well, I didn't actually hate that. Weird!
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