In the meeting room, Dana is surprised to see him, and he asks to have a word with her. She says sure and he orders her outside. As they walk out, Dan says, "Did Pixley storm out?" and "Were you being a pisher?" and Casey denies everything and says, "I wasn't mean to Pixley." Outside, to Dana, he says, "I was totally mean to Pixley." This whole thing is so aggravating for me that I want to deal with it as efficiently as possible. I think the Dating Plan is stupid. So does Casey, but he also thinks it's mean, basically because he has to tantalize women with his magnificence but then has to tell them that he has to date other women for six months so he can go out with Dana. She wants to know why he told Pixley that. "It seemed like the right thing to do," says Casey. "In retrospect?" asks Dana. "Not so much," he says. She starts annoyingly smirking at him and -- get this -- starts giving him crap for "taking a dive" and that he has to try the Dating Plan for real. And Casey gets really agitated about this and so do I, mainly because I'm siding with Casey, especially when he tells Dana that he had to be honest with Pixley because he "liked her a lot." And she seems distressed that he liked her a lot, this girl he went out with, even though she FORCED HIM TO DO IT. But the pain only intensifies for me as Casey is now gleeful that she's distressed, and he pokes his head into the meeting room to tell Danny, "Jealousy's rearing," and Danny says "'kay." And if you thought it could get no worse, Casey makes a horrifying comment about how if he hadn't "pulled the plug," he'd be over at her place right now, doing Jell-O shots and "watching her please me." He actually says that. Dana calls him disgusting. And now I side with Dana. And that's it, I can't recap any more Dating Plan, we know how it turns out.
They go back into the meeting room and Dana smacks Jeremy for losing to Sally Sasser. The show ends on cutesy scene involving the Plot of No Consequence, and the crew is now resorting to filling up the show with bridge results, which Dan thought was "the sport of kings." Which even in my Dating Plan-induced rage was kind of funny. We're out.