They dance their dance of lies. He kisses her in a smacky fashion until Isabel is suddenly snapped back to attention in the diner. Maria asks a concerned, "Are you okay?" Isabel claims that she's fine. But when he kiss her like this. When he touch her like that. It was so long ago. But it's all coming back to her. Now.
Opening credits. Dido is my anti-drug.
For those of you playing at home, it is now 2 days, 3 hours, 54 minutes until the wedding. Thanks, Wedding Font! Kyle "The Best Man" Valenti wears his mechanic's onesie and works under a large chartered bus while a cool guy in a denim jacket and the same sunglasses as the guy on The Simpsons who announces, "Hello, human fly here" barks behind him, "Well? Well? C'mon, I need an answer here." Kyle snaps that he's "still looking," but an inspired bit of cell phone hijinks learns us that Human Fly isn't talking to Kyle at all. But then he gets off the phone and asks Kyle, "So what's the deal?" But see, we don't know he's off the phone yet, so there's nothing filler-ish about this moment at all. Kyle stands and explains to Human Fly that he has no idea what's wrong with the tour bus, suggesting, "Why don't you and the band go get a cup of coffee and come back in an hour or two?" Human Fly bemoans that he's "stuck for two hours in some rat hole called Roston, New Mexico." Oh, come on with that. Who hasn't at least heard of damn Roswell already? There even used to be a television show named after it. On an actual kind-of network and everything! But no matter; I hear it was cancelled some time since. And a great time of mercy it was. Until it wasn't cancelled anymore.