So how did the family resolve the dispute? Separate movies. Dave and their son meet Katie and Isabella in the theater lobby. How did Bella like the movie she presumably picked? "Stupid," she pronounces, and stomps off ahead of everyone. Dave asks if Katie is still planning to meet with someone named Rita. She says she is, and offers to cancel, and he declines, and it's all so very fraught with unspoken meaning, which is good, because if they did speak it, I would care even less than I already do.
Rita turns out to be played by Sherry Stringfield, and she and Katie sit at a restaurant booth talking about some couple who broke up because they stopped having sex and also hate each other. This leads to a whole tedious, circular chicken/egg discussion, in which Rita concludes that couples who stop having sex merely realize that they hated each other all along. "I don't hate Dave," Katie says, and then freezes. Whoops. "Good," Rita nods mildly, after a pointed pause. See? It's not only couples who don't talk about stuff.
Jamie and Hugo's engagement party is at some restaurant they've taken over, and his idea of dressing for the occasion is to button the cuffs on his unironed white dress shirt and pop the collar. Actually tucking it in would be overdressing, as would shaving or brushing his hair. Pretty much the only thing missing from his outfit is having the sleeves tied together behind his back. Later, Jamie is walking along behind a booth where Hugo is sitting and talking to a couple of male friends. "Jamie's the only girl I want right now," he says. Right now? Planning on including that qualifier in your wedding vows, are you? He continues, "I don't know what's going to happen, but whatever does, I'll deal with it. Just because I'm getting married doesn't mean my life's gonna stop." The friend asks if Jamie knows that, and Hugo just gives a douchey shrug and smirk before diving back into his beer. Jamie takes this as her cue to make her presence known, which in turn serves as the cue for Hugo's friends to quickly make themselves scarce. Jamie stands there, glaring down at Hugo, and he reaches out a hand to tell her to sit next to him. "I miss you," he smarms, knowing full well he's in trouble and hoping to Eddie Haskell his way out of it. Jamie asks what "deal with it" means, and apparently it means that Hugo turns into a gelatinous ball of panic, judging by his reaction. "Were you sneaking up on me?" he asks, trying to turn it around on her. To Jamie's credit, she doesn't let him. Hugo claims he didn't mean anything by it at all. After an uncomfortable pause, he asks, "Do you really think you're never going to be attracted to anybody else for the rest of your life?" Oh, grow up, you little dickweed. Christ, I'm already so bored with these two.