Back in the bar, Jenny has augmented the parallelogram. When Jeremy comes in, Jenny wants to know what took him so long. Jeremy looks awkward; Jenny snatches the paper from his hand and is disappointed to learn that Jeremy was right. Jeremy doesn't say much and Jenny says, "You figured out how you recognized me," which Jeremy admits. Jenny gives him a half-joking "you really shouldn't watch those kinds of movies, Jeremy," and Jeremy gets all defensive and claims that sometimes he gets home late at night after the show and the movies are just there on Channel 35. I'm pretty sure Jeremy would have to ask for that channel in his cable package, I mean, I don't think cable companies package porn with TBS and the Discovery Channel. ["Not that youd have any reason to know this, but in Manhattan, Channel 35 is a public-access channel, and at night it broadcasts Robin Byrds show and a bunch of extremely explicit ads for 900 numbers. It is pretty shocking, though; I mean, kids can watch it, it comes with basic cable. So, snaps to the SN writers for nailing that detail, but again, unless you live here, you wouldnt know that, or even believe it. Carry on." -- Sars] Anyway, Jenny says it's okay to enjoy the movies, that's why she makes them. Wow. Such a humanist! Jeremy says, "You're very good." Jenny invites Jeremy out with her and her friends to a party. Jeremy wonders why she's talking to him when there are "a lot of guys in this bar, there are a lot of guys in this city." My theory, Jeremy Goodwin, is that she has worked her way down to the Gs. Jenny thinks about it and grabs a coaster and starts writing. Then she smacks Jeremy in the head and gives him the coaster (explaining that Jeremy said he needs to be smacked in the head and given a sign). The coaster reads: "I think you're cute and I've had fun talking to you and I'd like you to ask me out." Aw. Jenny's sweet. Jeremy says it's flattering but "I can't." Jenny asks if he had fun talking to her and Jeremy admits he did, and Jenny says his reluctance now is because he knows what she does for a living. Jeremy says his point is that he is nothing like the people she associates with, which I thought was pretty judgmental, even given that Jenny's a porn star.
Episode Report CardDaniel: B+ | 1003 USERS: C+
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