KellyJo wants to know the game plan for their date. Let's see. This is Alaska, right? So: snowball fight, snowball fight, snow angels, curling competition, Coors Light commercial, snowball fight, skiing downhill with Lloyd Dobler, snowball fight, snowball fight. And then back inside for cartoons and Sunny D. Or, actually, Eugene gestures toward a nearby conveniently-located dogsled, also featuring actual dogs, and tells Kelly Jo that they're going to be "taking it up the glacier." Ick. That's just not safe in this day and age, and, besides, I've read that it hurts like hell. People say I have intimacy issues, but I just think that you just need to wait until you're with someone you really trust. Anyway, they hop on and montage up the hill, Kelly Jo sitting down on the sled and Eugene standing behind her (I guess she's a pro at this whole "taking it up the glacier" thing, to hazard it in that position). The dogs run and run. Eugene seems concerned with the direction the dogs are taking them in, so he heee-lariously undertakes some hand signals like he's just come from a visit to Safety Town. Cuba Gooding Jr. got $10 million for doing what they just did. Except he got his dogs to talk, people. Meanwhile, Miss Tessmacher got herself nothing more than a pair of chapped hands and Gene Hackman making her take it up...oh, never mind.
Kelly Jo confessionalizes that the whole day has just been "fun," and that she's sure it's going to get "better and better." Uh-oh. It doesn't take much parsing to read that that's what optimists say in the middle of a bad time. The two of them wrestle in snow, and then fall down (whoops!) in what looks like a choreographed musical-theater number where people fall in love over the course of one song. ["Djb, I would gladly pay a penny for your thoughts." -- Wing Chun] Brief smacky kissing (no, really) ensues among the drifts, but before Frosty has a chance to go thumpity-thump-thump with his corncob pipe if you know what I mean and I think you do, the helicopter from the first act goes off in the third, and Eugene and Kelly Jo are interrupted by its deromanticizing roar. They seem bummed, obviously not having been briefed about the cartoons and Sunny D. that are now certain to follow.